Friday, January 27, 2006

Top 5 Secrets to Lovin' Life Now!

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Warmest Regards,
Maria C. Lesetz,
Maria@MariaLesetz.com
Lovin' Life
Motivational Speaker & Certified Life Coach for Doctors
Statistical Consultant
(541) 686-1326
(541) 484-4146 FAX
www.MariaLesetz.com (or www.MSJustABumpInTheRoad.com)
www.HealingTheDoctor.com (Blog for Doctors)
www.InvincibleMD.com (coming soon!)

America's #1 Motivational Speaker & Life Coach for People with Multiple Sclerosis!
AND America's #1 Certified Life Coach for Doctors with Health Challenges!

I specialize in working with Doctors and their families who are dealing with a health challenge AND Doctors who feel like their work lifestyle is beginning to have a negative impact on their overall Health and Well-being.

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"What the Bleep do we Know?"

I just rented the movie, "What the Bleep Do we Know" and watched it last night. I know, it's been out for a while... why did it take me so long to see this movie? Well, I believe we see things and experience things just at the right time -- just when we need to hear the message the most!

This movie confirmed all that I am learning through the Teachings of Abraham Hicks (with Esther and Jerry Hicks) around the Laws of Attraction and the power of our minds. Wayne Dyer is another author & speaker who I am a fan of and whose teachings resonate the same message: We create our reality!

As a motivational speaker and a life coach, I teach people how to use the power they have within them. One of my talks "Plugging Into the Power Within" is focused around this concept that we create our reality by the things we focus on with our minds. Now, does this mean that if you are sick or have an illness that it is your fault? Absolutely not. But, the quality of our thoughts can play a big part in how we physically feel and how we recover from illness and sickness.

Many of the people that listen to my talks or work with me one-on-one through life coaching know that focusing on the positives in their life can make all the difference in the world on how they experience their life. HOWEVER, as the movie said, "positive thinking" isn't the complete answer to everything. If you sprinkle positive thinking on a bed of negative thoughts, will you create positive results? No. The challenge is to continuously work at removing that foundation of negativity that is underlying the occasional moments of positive thoughts that we have.

Did you ever have a positive thought, but then a few minutes later had doubts, fears and slipped right back into the negative? Of course you have. This seems to be the way we are wired. But, what is really cool is that we have the power to re-wire our brains so that any negative associations we have can be dissolved and we can form and create in our brains a new reality.

What if we were to take 10-minutes per day thinking about our ideal life - -closing our eyes and envisioning exactly what we want in our life, feeling every wonderful sensation of having it! What if we were to make that picture so clear in our minds that each day we saw it in vivid color with our imaginations? Would it happen? Would the universe know the difference between our current reality and what we are cooking up in our mind each day?

Just some thoughts to ponder. Exercise your brain with visions of your ideal life!

Call me today to schedule a complimentary, conditional coaching consultation to start your journey to creating your ideal life vision.

Warmest Regards,
Maria C. Lesetz,
Maria@MariaLesetz.com
Lovin' Life
Motivational Speaker & Certified Life Coach for Doctors
Statistical Consultant
(541) 686-1326
(541) 484-4146 FAX
www.MariaLesetz.com (or www.MSJustABumpInTheRoad.com)
www.HealingTheDoctor.com (Blog for Doctors)
www.InvincibleMD.com (coming soon!)

America's #1 Motivational Speaker & Life Coach for People with Multiple Sclerosis!
AND America's #1 Certified Life Coach for Doctors with Health Challenges!

I specialize in working with Doctors and their families who are dealing with a health challenge AND Doctors who feel like their work lifestyle is beginning to have a negative impact on their overall Health and Well-being.

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Saturday, January 21, 2006

Caregiver's Stress

If you are a caregiver for someone with Multiple Sclerosis or any other health challenge, you know that it can be very stressful at times and hard on you to be taking care of a loved one who has a chronic health condition or illness. Many times I find that the people around the person who is dealing with the health challenge are forgotten about. Afterall, they too are dealing with the Chronic Health Condition ... just from a different angle. Who's to say that one is a worse position to be in than the other. It can be very stressful for a loved one to see their spouse or family member or significant other having difficulties with their health and struggling with some illness.

What I did was a little research on information that could assist the caregiver of someone with Multiple Sclerosis or any other health challenge. I found this information on the internet and it did indicate that I could reprint it in it's entirety (it's from www.4women.gov).
I hope this information helps you. It is very important to take care of yourself as well as taking care of the person who has the illness! Please do remember this: Taking care of yourself is one of the best gifts you could give to YOU and the person you love.

Here are the results of the research I did. I found this information to be extremely comprehensive and valuable for the caregiver who experiences stress.

What is caregiving?
Caregiving means caring for others, whether friends or relatives, who have health problems or disabilities and need help. Caregivers provide many kinds of help to care receivers, from grocery shopping to helping with daily tasks such as bathing, dressing, and eating. Most people who need help from caregivers are elderly. About one fourth of American families are caring for an older family member, an adult child with disabilities, or a friend.

According to recent surveys, more than 7 million persons are informal caregivers to older adults. Caregivers include spouses, adult children, and other relatives and friends. Other surveys found that almost 26 million family caregivers provide care to adults (aged 18+) with a disability or chronic illness, and 5 million informal caregivers provide care for older adults aged 50+ with dementia.

Studies show that more than half of caregivers are women. Care receivers are about half women and half men. The average amount of time that caregivers spend on caregiving is about 20 hours per week. Even more time is required when the care receiver has multiple disabilities.
Caring for a person with disabilities can be physically demanding, especially for older caregivers, who make up half of all caregivers.

One third of all caregivers describe their own health as fair to poor.

Caregivers often worry that they will not outlive the person for whom they are caring.
Caregivers often suffer from depression. Caregivers are also more likely to become physically ill.
What is caregiver stress?
Caregiver stress is a daily fact of life for many caregivers. Caregiving often takes a great deal of time, effort, and work. Many caregivers struggle to balance caregiving with other responsibilities including full-time jobs and caring for children. Constant stress can lead to "burnout" and health problems for the caregiver. Caregivers may feel guilty, frustrated, and angry from time to time.

Caregivers often need help caring for an elderly or disabled care receiver. Sometimes other family members or friends and neighbors are able to help, but many caregivers do most or all of the caregiving for a loved one alone. Research has shown that caregivers often are at increased risk for depression and illness. This is especially true if they do not receive enough support from family, friends, and the community.

Caring for a person with Alzheimer's disease (AD) or other kinds of dementia at home can be overwhelming. The caregiver must cope with declining abilities and difficult behaviors. Basic activities of daily living often become hard to manage for both the care receiver and the caregiver. As the disease worsens, the care receiver usually needs 24-hour care.
What can caregivers do to prevent stress and burnout?

Caregivers can call upon others for support and assistance. Other family members, friends, and neighbors may be able to help in different ways. It may not be easy to ask for help, and you may need to make very specific requests. But getting help from others will benefit you and the person you are caring for.

Respite care can be a good way to get a break (respite) from constant caregiving. If other caregivers aren't available to fill in for the main caregiver, respite care services may be available in the community.

As a caregiver, you can take steps to take care of your own health:
- Eat a healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains and low in saturated fat. Ask your health care provider about taking a multivitamin as well.

- Try to get enough sleep and rest.

- Find time for some exercise most days of the week. Regular exercise can help reduce stress and improve your health in many ways.

- See your health care provider for a checkup. Talk to your provider about symptoms of depression or illness that you may be having. Get counseling if needed.

- Stay in touch with friends. Social activities can help keep you feeling connected and help with stress. Faith-based groups can offer support and help to caregivers.

- Find a support group for other caregivers in your situation (such as caring for a person with dementia). Many support groups are available online through the Internet.

What is the National Family Caregiver Support Program (NFCSP)?
The National Family Caregiver Support Program (NFCSP) is a federally-funded program through the Older Americans Act. It helps states provide services to help family caregivers. These services include:
- Information to caregivers about available services
- Help to caregivers in gaining access to services
- Individual counseling, organization of support groups, and caregiver training
- Respite care
- Supplemental services, on a limited basis, to complement the care provided by caregivers.

How can I find out about caregiving resources in my community?
There are resources with staff who can help you figure out whether and what kinds of assistance you and your care receiver may need.
The local Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is one of the first resources you should contact when help is needed caring for an older person. Almost every state has one or more AAAs, which serve local communities, older residents, and their families. In a few states, the State Unit or Office on Aging serves as the AAA. Local AAAs are generally listed in the city or county government sections of the telephone directory under "Aging" or "Social Services."
You can also call the National Eldercare Locator, a toll-free service funded by the Administration on Aging (AoA), at 800-677-1116. The Eldercare Locator can help you find your local or state AAA. Eldercare Locator operators are available Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Eastern Time. When contacting the Locator, callers should have the address, zip code, and county of residence for the person needing assistance. The Eldercare Locator is also available online at www.eldercare.gov.

If your family member has a limited income, he or she may be eligible for AAA services including homemaker home health aide services, transportation, home-delivered meals, chore and home repair as well as legal assistance. These government-funded services are often targeted to those most in need. While there are no income criteria for many services, sometimes you may have more service options if you can pay for private help. AAAs can direct you to other sources of help for older persons with limited incomes such as subsidized housing, food stamps, Supplemental Security Income, and Medicaid.
Supportive services for the person needing care can include both in-home and community-based services, such as:
Transportation
Meals
Personal and in-home care services
Home health care
Cleaning and yard work services
Home modification
Senior centers
Respite services including adult day care.
If you are an employee covered under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act, if you meet the eligibility requirements, you are entitled to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave during any one-year to care for certain relatives.
What kind of paid help is available for home health care? Is there government support for this?
People with low incomes may be eligible for AAA services including homemaker home health aide services and other services. Check with your local or state AAA or the Eldercare Locator service (see resources below). Government-funded services are often targeted to those most in need. While there are no income criteria for many services, sometimes you may have more service options if you can pay for private help.
If you decide to hire a home care worker, you will need to decide how much help your older relative needs. Will several hours a day be enough, does he or she need help all day until the family returns home, or does your relative live alone and need round the clock care? You also need to decide what type of home care worker your relative needs. Home care personnel include:
A Housekeeper or Chore Worker is supervised by the person hiring them and performs basic household tasks and light cleaning.
A Homemaker or Personal Care Worker is supervised by an agency or you and provides personal care, meal planning and household management and medication reminders.
A Companion or Live-In is supervised by an agency or you and provides personal care, light housework, exercise, companionship, and medication reminders.
A Home Health Aide, Certified Nurse Assistant, or Nurses Aide is supervised by an agency's registered nurse. Services include personal care; help with transfers, walking, and exercise; household services that are essential to health care; and assistance with medicines.
Nonprofit and for profit home care agencies recruit, train, and pay the worker. You pay the agency.
Home health care agencies focus on the medical aspects of care and provide trained health care personnel, such as nurses and physical therapists. Medicare may pay for their services.
Who is eligible for Medicare home health care services?
To get Medicare home health care, a person must meet all of these four conditions:
A doctor must decide that the person needs medical care in the home and make a plan for care at home.
The person must need at least one of the following: intermittent (and not full time) skilled nursing care, or physical therapy, or speech language pathology services; or continue to need occupational therapy.
The person must be homebound. This means that he or she is normally unable to leave home. Being homebound means that leaving home is a major effort. When the person leaves home, it must be infrequent, for a short time, or to get medical care, or to attend religious services.
The home health agency caring for the person must be approved by the Medicare program.
For more information about Medicare, call 800-MEDICARE or visit the Medicare Web site (http://www.medicare.gov/).
Will Medicaid help pay for home health care?
Medicaid is a joint federal and state program that helps with medical costs for some people with low incomes and limited resources. To qualify for Medicaid, you must have a low income and few savings or other assets. Medicaid coverage differs from state to state. In all states, Medicaid pays for basic home health care and medical equipment. Medicaid may pay for homemaker, personal care, and other services that are not paid for by Medicare.
For more information about what Medicaid covers for home health care in your state, call your state medical assistance office. If you need the telephone number for your state, call 800-MEDICARE.
For more information...
For more information, call the National Women's Health Information Center at (800) 994-9662 or contact the following organizations.
Administration on Aging Phone Number(s): (202) 619-0724 Internet Address: http://www.aoa.dhhs.gov/
Family Caregiver Alliance Phone Number(s): (415) 434 3388 Internet Address: http://www.caregiver.org/index.html
Alzheimer's Association Phone Number(s): (800) 272-3900 Internet Address: http://www.alz.org/
National Family Caregivers Association Phone Number(s): (800) 896-3650 Internet Address: http://www.nfcacares.org/

This information was abstracted primarily from publications of the Administration on Aging.
All material contained in the FAQs is free of copyright restrictions, and may be copied, reproduced, or duplicated without permission of the Office on Women's Health in the Department of Health and Human Services; citation of the source is appreciated.


Hope this information helped! Remember, always seek out the assistance you need as well. You are just as important as the one you are taking care of.

Warmest Regards,
Maria C. Lesetz,
Maria@MariaLesetz.com
Lovin' Life
Motivational Speaker & Certified Life Coach for Doctors
Statistical Consultant
(541) 686-1326
(541) 484-4146 FAX
www.MariaLesetz.com or www.MSJustABumpInTheRoad.com
www.InvincibleMD.com
www.HealingTheDoctor.com (Blog for Doctors with Health Challenges)

America's #1 Motivational Speaker & Life Coach for People with MS!
AND America's #1 Certified Life Coach for Doctors with Health Challenges!


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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

What does FREEDOM mean to you?

What would make you feel "free"? Is freedom something you long for? Freedom from what?

I wrote the following paragraphs a while ago on "freedom". I just found it in a folder and realized that a few years later, I have a slightly different view on the topic. Here's what I wrote a few years ago:

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Bring passion, embrace your power, live your life and discover your destiny.

Freedom is the end result... You will feel confident, invincible, and free from all the crap you thought you had to put up with and open to all the gifts the world is waiting to present you with.

Ahhh... Freedom ... what a feeling. Freedom from all the negative, not-so-good feelings we have --- a freedom that gives us an attitude that the sky is the limit -- -a freedom that makes us feel that we have whatever we want within our reach. A flexibility to express ourselves and show up just as we are.
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Now, today, I have a slightly different view on Freedom. I think that freedom is also a "mind set". If you feel trapped, you are trapped. If you feel poor, you are poor and you will act poor. There needs to be a shift in our consciousness about freedom and all the other things that we want to achieve in our lives. What if you were to feel all those things now, without quite reaching the final goal? What if you could see your end result so clearly that you feel like you are already there?

So, is freedom the "end result" like I stated in my writings a few years ago? Or is it a feeling that we strive to have at all times? I know that Financial Freedom is a goal for many (including myself). What it would mean to me is to have enough money that would last me until I am way into my 100's and I would not "have to" work another day in my life. (Now, that doesn't mean that I would be doing "nothing") I would have a "financial cushion" (whether in bulk or constantly coming in from passive sources) that would always financially support me and free up my time to do whatever I want, when I want, how I want. Doesn't that sound nice? Well, I do believe it is possible for many of us to have this type of freedom. However our "mind set" and what we choose to do (and FEEL) now with our lives, makes all the difference in the world as to whether you or I will see the day when we could say that we are "financially free".

So, what would "being free" mean to you?

Warmest Regards,
Maria C. Lesetz,
Maria@MariaLesetz.com
Lovin' Life
Motivational Speaker & Certified Life Coach for Doctors
Statistical Consultant
(541) 686-1326
(541) 484-4146 FAX
www.MariaLesetz.com
www.InvincibleMD.com
www.HealingTheDoctor.com

America's #1 Motivational Speaker & Life Coach for People with MS!
AND America's #1 Certified Life Coach for Doctors with Health Challenges!

Interested in Becoming a Certified Life Coach for Doctors? Visit http://tinyurl.com/76zok

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Monday, January 16, 2006

Coaching Doctors

It's been an interesting journey on how I came to be the expert for coaching doctors who are dealing with a health challenge. It started with becoming the best life coach & motivational speaker for people with Multiple Sclerosis!

Then, I heard about this specialized certification coaching program, specifically designed around training the life coach how to coach the Doctor client. I thought "Wow.. what if I were to combine both my expertise of coaching people with a Chronic Health Condition with the knowledge I would gain from becoming a Certified Life Coach for Doctors!" A light bulb went off in my head! Afterall, if you are a doctor, you know that dealing with a health challenge yourself can feel ten times worse than treating your patients that have the health challenge (that's if you even accept the fact that you have a health issue!). So, who's there to help you? How do you maintain a positive attitude when life throws you a health curve ball?

I got to thinking that if I can help you, as the doctor, maintain your usual energy level and keep your spirits up, even while dealing with a health challenge, you will definitely be that Invincible MD that you usual are with your patients. Isn't that what you want? Afterall, you are held on a pedestal by your patients and by society in general. There's a reputation that goes along with being a Doctor. A Neurologist that I used to go to just left his practice, due to his illness. We believe that he has Parkinson's Disease. I heard that his patients started transfering their records to another Doctor in the office without even speaking to him about it. How do you think he felt when this started to happen. Many patients don't feel comfortable going to a doctor who has obvious signs of a health challenge. As a doctor, you are supposed to be unstoppable, invincible, and God-like! But, let's get real, you are human too! Doctors get sick. Doctors have life challenges! Doctors have relationship issues! --- just like the rest of us.

I am so psyched to help you, the Doctor, to reduce the stress of dealing with a health challenge and to teach you concrete steps to maintain a positive attitude, increase your overall energy level, and enrich your personal & business relationships, in the face of dealing with a health issue. Anything is possible. If anyone knows that ... you should. Sometimes you perform miracles. You heal people.

Here's my question for you... are you aware of the power of your thoughts? That's one of the key steps that I will be working on with you when you hire me as your personal coach. I have always been told that my energy level is "off the charts". I motivate and inspire people beyond their wildest dreams. If I can do this for many Doctors, then I am impacting many patients as well. For if the doctor shows up to his/her appointments feeling empowered, despite the challenges he/she is facing, then the patient wins as well. The patient will get the best of that Doctor and in turn will benefit health-wise. So, there you have it. My motivation for coaching doctors. Healing the doctor -- what a concept! It's a win-win for all.

Try this health affirmation on for size: "I'm a Lean, Mean, Healin' Machine!" I say it every night before I take my drug therapy for Multiple Sclerosis! Do not underestimate the impact of the words and the way you feel when you say it!

Warmest Regards,
Maria C. Lesetz, Maria@MariaLesetz.com
Lovin' Life
Motivational Speaker & Certified Life Coach for Doctors
Statistical Consultant
(541) 686-1326
FAX (541) 484-4146
www.MariaLesetz.com or www.MSJustABumpInTheRoad.com
www.InvincibleMD.com (and www.healingthedoctor.com -- blog for doctors)

America's #1 Motivational Speaker & Life Coach for People with MS!
AND America's #1 Certified Life Coach for Doctors with Health Challenges!

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Monday, January 09, 2006

2006 New Year -- New You ???

Yes, it a New year already and all the media is talking about "New Year, New You" and "New Year Resolutions" and Weight Loss. You see commercials for Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem and Bally Total Fitness Memberships along with other advertisements for gyms. It's that time of year again!

But do you really stick to those New Year's Resolutions? I am kind of tired of the clich├ęs of “New Year… New You” and “New Year’s Resolutions”, blah, blah, blah…

How many times do you make a New Year's Resolution one year and then have the same one the next year because you didn't accomplish what your goal was for that year?

What I want for you is to make lasting changes in your life … not something you just state in the beginning of the New Year and then it fizzles by February 1st! The key to any lasting change is a strong desire to really want to make that change and a vision that keeps you going even when the going gets tough! And I’m sure you can relate to “when the going gets tough”! There is one more thing that is necessary to have in order to make lasting changes in your life… a steady belief that YOU CAN make those changes permanently. But how do you do that when every once in a while there’s a voice inside of you that says “this can’t be done” or “this has never happened before, why do I believe it can happen now?” or "this is not working, why should I bother?" or _________ (you fill in the blank .. you get the picture, our inner voices always seem to believe in the negative side of the coin!)

Start clearing those negative beliefs that you have in your thoughts, and you will be on your way to lasting changes in your life (and it doesn't have to be started in the beginning of the New Year -- this can be started any time, any moment!)

Here are a few ways that I have cleared my negative or disempowering beliefs that pop up in my head every once in a while:

1) First, I catch myself "in the act" (i.e., I take notice of when I am thinking a negative or disempowering thought)
2) I created a releasing exercise called the "Belief Bucket" --- it really works! (and feels good too!)
3) I read out loud an affirmation that releases my old beliefs and focuses on what I really want to happen and keeps me focused on the goal (NOT the lack of it!)
4) I have a very clear vision of exactly what I want. I make it REAL in my head!
5) I practice many of the "Law of Attraction" exercises from the teachings of Abraham Hicks (thru Esther & Jerry Hicks)

the list can go on ...

Making a New Year's resolution or setting goals in the beginning of a New Year can be a vicious cycle if you don't clear all those negative beliefs that stop you from making those lasting changes that you want in your life.

P.S. If you want to hear more about my journey of losing 70 lbs permanently, check out my "Lost the Weight & Feeling Great" CD Package by visiting http://www.marialesetz.com/lovin-life-series.html and clicking on that package. It's about a Mind Set! It's a journey and yes, it took me a while before I actually lost the weight and kept it off for good! But I have learned a lot by looking back and reflecting on all the choices I made and which ones were the most successful ones. The one thing that makes all the difference in the world is the strength of "YOUR BELIEF that YOU CAN DO IT!"

Warmest Regards,
Maria C. Lesetz,
Maria@MariaLesetz.com
Lovin' Life
Motivational Speaker & Certified Life Coach for Doctors
Statistical Consultant
(541) 686-1326
(541) 484-4146 FAX
http://www.marialesetz.com/

America's #1 Motivational Speaker & Life Coach for People with MS!
AND America's #1 Certified Life Coach for Doctors with Health Challenges!

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Saturday, January 07, 2006

It's Just Another Bump In the Road!

Yes... a health challenge can be viewed as "Just Another Bump in the Road". The bumps can be big or small -- but they always have the other side! It's like looking up a mountain. One person may look at it and say "no way, I could never climb that and look down the other side". Another person may look up at that mountain and say "it's possible ... I know that I can do it! it may take some time and lots of training ... but it can be done!". These are two totally different attitudes that can be applied to any "bump in the road" that you have in your life.

I was just recently speaking to a friend and fellow enterpreneur who went to the emergency room thinking she had the flu and it ended up that they admited her into the hospital because she had an infection in her colon and possibly peritonitis or an abscess. I called her at the hospital to tell her that she was on my mind and that I was sending her lots of healing energy. She told me that she keeps on thinking about what I say about health challenges "It's just Another Bump In the Road"! She even told me that the image of my bus with the phrase on it "it's just another bump in the road", keeps on flashing through her head. Amazing! What a great thing for her to be focusing on. Now that's the type of thinking that's going to get her right out of the hospital. (If you would like to see the image that she has with the bus, just visit my website at www.MSJustABumpInTheRoad.com and scroll down the Home Page).

I also told my friend that she should be working on envisioning the healing process in her colon (we discussed a process of visualization that really helps to keep the Mind/Body and Spirit connected and resonating positive energy!)

Your attitude is one of the key components in your recovery during any health challenge.

Just keep on reminding yourself that "it's just another bump in the road"! See the other side of that bump. Envision yourself there already. Picture the healing process already occuring in your body. Do not underestimate the power of visualization and your thoughts. We have a power to create more than we could ever imagine.

If only we tapped into that power more often ...

Warmest Regards,
Maria C. Lesetz,
Maria@MariaLesetz.com
Lovin' Life
Motivational Speaker & Certified Life Coach for Doctors
Statistical Consultant
(541) 686-1326
(541) 484-4146 FAX
www.MariaLesetz.com

America's #1 Motivational Speaker & Life Coach for People with MS!
AND "America's #1 Certified Life Coach for Doctors with Health Challenges!"

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