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Keep it Simple-Doughnut Shop
Deborah Johnson

Our little shop always has a line out the door and around the building.  In case you’re thinking they have a large marque and marketing strategy, they have neither. 

Integrity Definition
Deborah Johnson

Trust is a major issue in our society.  If we can’t lead by example and teach our children, to lead trustworthy lives with integrity and a good name, we have lost much of the battle.

healthy diet
Deborah Johnson

Part of staying young and fit is connected to how we eat, or our healthy diet. What holds YOU back in having a healthy diet? Is it travel, entertainment, time management or just bad habits?

Clocks-Spend Time
Deborah Johnson

Growing up surrounded by clocks was a good reminder to count the hours as well as watch how we spend time. It is especially relevant for those in halftime.

Field Flowers-Reflection
Deborah Johnson

The meaning of reflection is a time for serious thought, contemplation or consideration. It can include everything from meditation to taking a walk outdoors to clear your head and think.


Identity Thief
Deborah Johnson-658 words

Your biggest identity thief could be you. Not in the literal sense, of course, but negative self-talk, lack of confidence and even depression all discount your personal identity.


Deborah Johnson-2019

Deborah Johnson
Speaker, Author

About the Author

DEBORAH JOHNSON, M.A., international award-winning music artist, author and speaker, helps others get unstuck with mindsets to reinvent their life and reach expansive goals. Up for multiple GRAMMY Awards and spending over 20 years in the entertainment industry, she's an expert on how to constantly reinvent yourself in a gig-economy. Deborah is the author of Stuck is Not a Four Letter Word, Bad Code and Women at Halftime: Principles for Producing Your Successful Second Half. She speaks and performs in both live and virtual events.

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