Are You Wasting Your Freedom?

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On a recent trip to Washington DC, I made it a point to visit the National Mall, specifically to visit the memorials. Seeing the reflection of a Korean War veteran as he observed the Korean War Veterans Memorial wall moved me to tears. As I turned to gain composure, my eyes caught the wall behind me that stated, “Freedom Isn’t Free.”


With a father who was a prisoner of war in WWII, I am grateful to the men and women who have fought for our rights as Americans, including our freedom of speech. It’s something I never take for granted, especially considering how in some parts of the world, speaking your truth can cost you your life. Read More…

 

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Step into the Truth Booth, improve your life, and laugh along the way with funny motivational speaker Colette Carlson. How did she go from emotional coward and the Pizza Delivery’s favorite customer to #1 sales producer for sales legend Tom Hopkins and Brian Tracy, featured in Success Magazine, a 50 lb. weight loss, and inspiring audiences at Microsoft, Accenture, Pepsi, Boeing, and organizations worldwide? Visit her at http://www.ColetteCarlson.com or call 760-230-1212.

Colette founded Speak Your Truth, Inc. to share her success systems and inspire others to Think It! Speak It! Live It! Her tools and takeaways create authentic, long-lasting change in every aspect of your life. With a MA in human behavior, a successful business and 2 teenage daughters, Colette provides a unique combination of education, research, real-life experience, and heartfelt humor to motivate you with her high content programs. Improve your Communication Skills, Work-Life Balance, Sales, Leadership, Assertiveness, Negotiation…all wrapped in the genuine power of Speaking Your Truth.

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Comments

  1. What a powerful reminder Colette. Thank you so much for sharing your observations, your wisdom and your heart.  

  2. Not only do I feel immense gratittude for those who serve and the families who watch them go….I am also proud of the others, like you, who make sure they didn't fight in vain – to remind us what we should constantly be reminded – the value in our freedom, and not to take it for granted. Thank you, Colette. Message well received.

  3. I don't know why it's so hard to confront with grace and have those critical conversations. This blog really puts it into perspective – I'll remember it the next time I lack courage to speak my truth. Thanks Colette!

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