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Feb 19, 2024

In this week’s episode, we learn the story of Jacki Semerau Tait. Jacki was a real estate agent when the great recession hit. She lost all of her sources of income, couldn’t pay her mortgage, and she and her two daughters had to move back into her parents house. It got worse from there. She tells her story about how she had only 4 one dollar bills to her name, her entire net worth, but used that as a catalyst to launch into her dream life.

Key Takeaways 

Don’t ignore the reality when things are going wrong. It’s fine to have the breakdown or feeling of being overwhelmed, but limit the time you spend on the bad feelings and address your problems.

Look up/look ahead. What’s going on in the moment doesn’t last. Use it to move forward.

Look for helpers when going through adversity.

Circumstances that seem disastrous at the time can be needed to move forward to live your best life.

You need greater vision to look past adversity.


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