HAVE YOU EVER found yourself thinking of someone that you haven’t seen for years, and the desire to talk to them won’t go away?
I couldn’t stop thinking about about my guest Karen Malik. So I went searching, and when I found her I discovered why she was on my mind.
In this podcast Karen shares what she did when her whole life unexpectedly fell apart. What she passes on to us is profound, important, and ultimately filled with promise. What would you do if everything that had defined your life was gone.
One of the first thing that Karen does is pause. And listen. And now is following her new call. Her willingness to listen to guidance is an inspiration.
We met years ago when Karen was a facilitator and fabulous teacher at the retreat center where Del and I met. As we said goodbye that year, we knew we would do something else together in the future. I am delighted that this podcast is part of that future.
Let’s listen to Karen explain how she stayed true to herself in spite of devastating outside circumstances.
Show Notes – Episode #42 – Find Karen
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