Susan Gilbert, is a master at the art of making shifts. Through out the years that I have known her – when we both lived in San Diego but met in New York – I have watched her transform the life she leads over and over again. Always with grace.
She amazes me how easily she slips into each phase of her life. So different, and yet, it all hangs together.
Susan begins this podcast by sharing with us the biggest shift of her life, one not chosen by her, but for her.
Listen as she tells how she moved away from the pity party, and how two tragedies transformed the way she viewed the world – as a gift.
As an Author, pilot, coach, while living with hens, horses, and her beloved dogs, Susan’s life is full and productive. With Susan, life is an adventure.
How does she do it? In this Podcast she shares some of her secrets with us, useful, practical, and way inspiring.
Show Notes – Episode #12 – Find Susan
More About Susan – and her books!
An entrepreneur since 1987, Susan Gilbert has evolved years of traditional business experience into several cutting edge projects, which includes her Web 2.0 Internet Business. As co-author of “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Starting and Running a Coffee Bar“, she understands book promotion and has also been a regularly quoted resource in USA Today, Entrepreneur, Inc Magazine and many more.
Author and publisher of “The Land of I Can“, Susan has demonstrated her ˜hands on” success in both traditional and on-line publishing. Well known for turning her dog Spencer into a superstar thanks to his ebook, How to Take Your Small Dog EVERYWHERE, and building his expert status as Ambassador of Small Dog Travel, she combines savvy marketing and search engine understanding with her entrepreneurial experiences to create buzz marketing online promotions for both authors and publishers.
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