Truths People Need To Hear, Dr. Phil about Libby Gill

Albert Camus said that we should “live to the point of tears.”

Napoleon Hill said “we all come into life with the equivalent of two envelopes: one envelope is marked “Riches” and contains all the material possessions and wealth we could ever desire.

The second envelope is marked “Penalties” which contains the penalties we will pay if we neglect to take possession of our minds and direct our thoughts towards wealth.

This envelope contains ill health, fear and worry, indecision and doubt, frustration and discouragement throughout life, as well as poverty and want.”

However you define wealth whether it be material possessions, peace of mind or a passionate pursuit of a clearly defined vision, the key point is that we should always be moving forward toward a positive light.

It is my sincere hope that my August 18, 2009 interview with Libby Gill, who Dr. Phil said has “an amazing gift for boiling it down to some truths that people need to hear,” will help you to determine if you are stuck and how you can get unstuck.

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Libby Gill, Executive Coach, Speaker & Bestselling Author

About Libby:

An entertainment industry veteran, Libby Gill spent fifteen years heading public relations and corporate communications at Universal Studios, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Turner Broadcasting.  She was also the branding brain behind the launch of the Dr. Phil Show.

Libby is now an internationally respected executive coach, speaker and bestselling author.  She has shared her success strategies on the Today Show, The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, CNN, NPR, Oprah & Friends Radio Network, Fox News, CBS Early Show, and in Time Magazine, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, O Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Self and many more.

You can access the August 18th broadcast through the On-Demand Player below:

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