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Dream Believe Achieve

Dream Believe Achieve

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The Winning in Life Now radio show, staring Michelle Prince interviews one of the leaders in turning dreams into reality. Dream Coach, Tina Downey shares secrets to created a life you love. http://www.winninginlifenow.com
The Winning in Life Now radio show, staring Michelle Prince interviews one of the leaders in turning dreams into reality. Dream Coach, Tina Downey shares secrets to created a life you love. http://www.winninginlifenow.com

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Dream BelieveAchieve
Winning in Life Now RadioInterviewsCertified Dream Coach TinaDowney
Michelle Prince4/6/2009
Dream, Believe and AchievePage 2 of 16April 6
, 2009Michelle Prince:Hi, this is Michelle Prince and welcome to the Winning In Life Now RadioShow. As your host, I will be bringing you live interviews each week withsome of the most notable and successful authors, speakers, trainers andentrepreneurs in the self-growth industry.My goal is to motivate and to inspire you to take action in your life, to liveyour best life, and to do it now.I am so excited to introduce you to my guest, Tina Downey. Tina is thecreator of MySuccessBox
. She is a Certified Dream Coach
who enjoyshelping her clients achieve their dreams. She's also a public speaker andloves to lead groups through MySuccessBox
workshops.Tina's first inspiring book will be out soon,
Designing Your Dream Life, 24Days to a Life You LOVE! 
She has been a serious student of personaldevelopment for over 20 years, and is passionate about living life to thefullest, while helping others to do the same.Tina has been married for 18 years to her husband, Steve, and they live inGeorgia with their spoiled Beagles, Snoopy and Lucy.Welcome Tina!Tina:Thank you, Michelle. Thanks for having me!Michelle:Well, I am so excited to that you're here. For those of you that are listening,make sure to get a pen and paper handy to take notes. For those of you thatare driving and listening in, this will be recorded. So, we'll make sure to getthat to you after the show.I am very excited about having you on the show Tina, because you and I,we've known each other a long time. I'm so excited about where your career is heading and all the things that you're doing.I know we don't have a lot of time, so I want to get right to it and ask yousome questions that I know a lot of people are wanting to know.I know that you have a passion for personal development, so how did youget interested in this whole industry?Tina:Michelle, my first real introduction was back in 1988. My very first job out ocollege was selling copiers and my manager had us listen to Brian Tracy's
Dream, Believe and AchievePage 3 of 16program called the
Psychology of Achievement 
, and it was back in the daysof cassette tapes and videos. So, I'm kind of dating myself!Michelle:Well, I had them too.Tina:But from them, I was hooked, just really hooked on the whole industry. Iwould listen to tapes. I went to seminars. I read books. I got the importanceof working on myself to improve in all areas of my life. And, that's when I feelmy best, when I'm in a seminar surrounded with other people who are likeme, who are also working to improve their lives. I feel really at home there.Michelle:I can totally relate, because you and I have talked about this before. Its likewhen you know you're meant to do something, you can just feel it in the coreof your being. And I know you feel that way too, and this is an amazingindustry to be in.Tina:It sure is.Michelle:So, you were working on yourself. What kind of impact did that have on yougoing through those tapes and seminars? I'm sure it made a big impact inyour life.Tina:It did. Really, the biggest thing it did for me, it allowed me to takeresponsibility for how my life turned out. It made me make the choices anddecisions on how I wanted to live rather than just let life happen to me whereI felt like a victim.When I first started my personal development journey, it was in my early 20s.At that time, I was extremely sensitive. I definitely was a people pleaser andI wanted everyone to like me, which of course I know now is impossible! Butat the time, that's what I wanted more than anything. And, I by workingthrough what I learned, I realized my feelings had come from my childhood.A little background on me--my mother gave me to my dad to raise when Iwas only 5 years old. She had her reasons, but as a child, I just couldn'tunderstand why my mom didn't want me. I grew up feeling very unworthy,very unwanted. I felt that I wasn't good enough, I felt rejected, and I wouldask myself, "What's wrong with me? Why am I unlovable?" I was constantlycomparing myself to others, which of course made me feel even worse aboutmyself.So as you can see, I had a lot to work through and I could either allow mysituation to affect the rest of my life in either a positive or a negative way.

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