Childhood Dreams Lead to Dream Career

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Are you anxious, willing and ready to follow your passion, but not quite sure how to find it? In many cases the root of all passions can be traced back to one place — childhood. Sometimes it takes a while to realize it.

But as Lisa Firestone discovered, as soon as you do, everything else just falls into place. Her path to finding her passion was a long and winding one, with many obstacles and challenges along the way. But her determination, her spirit and her message kept her on track and are helping her seek the fulfillment she’s been searching for all her life.

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