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099 Jeffrey Shaw

Stories that Empower

Release Date: 08/05/2019

229 Poonam Bhuchar (Special) show art 229 Poonam Bhuchar (Special)

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Poonam is a survivor of sexual assault, abuse and the aftermath and cultural humiliation of divorce. Writing about her experiences was one of the hardest things she's ever done. Today, she helps others overcome trauma, to enable them to feel lighter and better.

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228 Terry Sue Harms show art 228 Terry Sue Harms

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When Terry Sue's alcoholic mother passed away, she embarked on a 40 year journey to search for her absent biological father. She realized she just simply wanted a sincere apology from him. Another challenge that Terry Sue faced was functional illiteracy. She feels a debt of gratitude for having escaped alcoholism and illiteracy, to where she is today, as a published author.

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227 Robert Steven Goldstein (Special) show art 227 Robert Steven Goldstein (Special)

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Growing up, Robert realized that his spirituality and sexuality was not consistent with the models that are formed by others. Those views did not resonate with him. Robert felt a hollowness and emptiness. He moved and fortunately found kindred spirits. This enabled him to have a fulfilled experience and a spiritual illumination.

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226 Jean Walters show art 226 Jean Walters

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Growing up, Jean realized that her mother's negative outlook was not working for her. So, she sought to live her life in a different way in light and higher energy. Today, Jean brings people to the light.

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225 Isolde Fair show art 225 Isolde Fair

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Isolde (a singer, song writer and musician) shares the challenges of her mother in the music industry. As a child, she may not have fully understood her mom's struggles as a female music composer. However, as Isolde matured, she was able to witness her mother's fight for equality in the music composition industry. She is very grateful for her mother's sacrifices and guidance.

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224 Rikki West show art 224 Rikki West

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Rikki, who was not an athlete, decided to join a gym in her 60s and practice kickboxing. The illness of her mother drove a wedge between her and her sister. They no longer spoke to one another. When Rikki found out that her sister had terminal tumors and had only a few months to live, she knew she wanted to be a stem cell transplant donor. Rikki's meditation and prayer became a symbol of stamina and hope for her family in that trying time.

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223 Pamela Gay show art 223 Pamela Gay

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Pamela shares her family's story of being disrupted by her father's mental illness. When her parents dropped her off at college, she felt abandoned and her trauma escalated. Pamela's repressed memories were stuck in her body, but after many years 'wanted out'. Her trauma therapist helped her release the feelings of abandonment and she felt like an observer of her life rather than a participant.

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222 Cindy Rasicot show art 222 Cindy Rasicot

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Cindy's relationship with her mother was challenging. She felt fractured growing up and had a yearning to heal her broken self. Cindy sought sanctuary, that sacred place of belonging that she calls home. She moved to Thailand, where she met a Thai Buddhist nun, who led her on a spiritual and healing journey.

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221 Mark Desa show art 221 Mark Desa

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Mark's passion and mission is to raise global awareness on ataxia, a neurological/movement disorder which affects the nervous system. When he was in his 30s, he noticed that he slurred his words, had brain fog and was losing his balance. Mark was diagnosed with ataxia. Initially, he was severely depressed and wanted to stay in bed. Later, Mark felt this presented him with a challenge with two options.

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220 Valerie Taylor show art 220 Valerie Taylor

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Valerie's story is one of survival. Her extraordinary and well-developed survival instinct helped her navigate a life filled with turmoil, such as parents divorcing before she was a year old, being abandoned by her mother to the neighbors who became her foster parents and having an abusive, alcoholic step father. Valerie does not consider herself a victim nor in denial. Her ability to compartmentalize her life helped her to stay afloat and be a survivor.

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Jeffrey struggled to provide high end portrait photography in a small country town. One day, a lady told him "I don't have the luxury of worrying about my children's memory. I'm struggling to pay for rent this month." Jeffrey realized, that by providing a luxury product, he was speaking his language (or lingo) to the wrong audience and that you can't convince someone to value something they don't hold. He set about on a journey to study his target audience and reinvented himself. Jeffrey uses his intuition as a photographer in his current passion as a branding and marketing consultant. He shares these powerful nuggets of life and business wisdom:
- surround yourself with people that value who you are
- share time and experience with people that share your values
- have empathy and understanding of the people that you wish to serve
- put yourself in the shoes of those you wish to serve, without judgement
- as we head towards a world of higher technology, we are likely to crave more humanity and empathy
- we choose to connect with those who take the time to express empathy and understanding for who they are
- our clients need to know that we 'get them'
- determine what emotionally triggers your clients to say yes and be loyal to a brand and how did the brand honor that loyalty and keep those customers
- businesses need to evolve quickly emotionally as the values of society change
- ask your clients "what drives you crazy", this can become the catalyst for the work that you do

Having a keen eye isn’t just for what one sees, but also for what one senses. Having been one of the most sought after portrait photographers in the U.S. for more than three decades, Jeffrey Shaw, a.k.a. the Lingo Guy, uses this honed intuition to teach entrepreneurs how to attract their ideal customers by speaking their Secret Language. 
Jeffrey is host of the popular business podcast Creative Warriors, a nationally acclaimed keynote speaker, a TEDx speaker, a business coach for entrepreneurs, and author of the bestselling book, LINGO: Discover Your Ideal Customer’s Secret Language and Make Your Business Irresistible.

https://www.jeffreyshaw.com/
http://lingoreview.com

http://lingomediakit.com 

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