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We recently had the book, our harp CDs and the BioMat at a Women Veterans Initiative event. It was really nice to connect with so many women who have served our great country. One woman commented there were only two Marines at the event and she said it’s because there’s not very many female Marines. But […]

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Last week, I had the opportunity to go through the Princess Diana Celebration exhibit at the Mall of America. It was an amazing display, stunningly beautiful. And you could certainly feel her dear energy throughout the exhibit. I was aware of a range of emotions – from anticipation and excitement to see her wedding dress […]

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Often in my presentations, I mention my experience living in Switzerland as an IFYE (International Four-H Youth Exchange or sometimes we referred to ourselves as I‘m the Fool You Expected, depending on the day and culture shock!!). One of the IFYE alumni members recently went to Iraq to set up 4-H clubs across the country, […]

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As a speech pathologist, Eleanor Wiley learned something amazing! Through helping people with developmental disabilities overcome their impairment and communicate with their surroundings, she realized that being interconnected with the world is one of the most important things in life. This early experience eventually led her to design The Sacred Wheel of Peace® … A […]

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Amongst her many professional roles, Mary Beth Lamb is above all a teacher of empathy. As a cross-cultural facilitator, she focuses on how empathy in the workplace can be used to work together more effectively. Mary Beth models this simple, but not so easy, idea of “stepping in someone else’s shoes” in her professional and […]

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