Dec 15, 2020
Imagine your marriage falling apart, you’ve lost your job and you get into a car crash that breaks your neck and you end up homeless begging strangers for money. Or try and fathom how you would survive witnessing your father take your mother's life and then his own. What would you do if you were a brain scientist who suddenly realized you were having a stroke?
All of this really happened to our three guests on this special edition of the Meeting The Masters Podcast. And all three guests not only survived these harrowing ordeals, they found a way to thrive and their journey out of the darkness has inspired millions of people all over the world.
Brain Scientist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor first shared her story of witnessing her own brain deteriorate during a stroke in one of the most popular Ted Talks of all time. Her book, “My Stroke of Insight” is a best seller and her story is truly inspirational.
America’s Life Coach Rhonda Britten has been on over 600 reality show episodes and was a regular on the Oprah Winfrey show. Her story of coming back from the worst day of her life, witnessing her parents murder - suicide teaches us all how to be fearless. And so does her book, “Fearless Living: Live Without Excuses and Love Without Regret”
“Conversations with God” author Neale Donald Walsch’s story of his life before he began conversing with God is amazing. He not only shares how the worst of times set him up for the best of times but how the times we are in can set us all up for the best times of all. Check out his timely new book , “The God Solution.”