My guest on episode 30 of Turning the tables storyteller extraordinaire Diane Wyzga. 

Diane has, as she says, bathed in the garbage of life's adversities, creating compost for the opportunity for a joy-filled, purposeful life.

Having been a US Navy Nurse, Lawyer, Professor, Public Speaker, Litigating consultant, problem solver, wife, and daughter, she has seen life through many glasses.

Diane and I met through Seth Godin's Podcast fellowship, from which Turning the Tables and Diane's brilliant podcast Stories from Women who walk were born.

We talk about the events that have shaped Diane's life 

The triple adversity of Diane losing her job, her husband, and her mother in the space of 9 months

How a 500-mile journey along the Camino de Santigo helped Diane find new direction and fulfillment.

And how storytelling has been a companion to help Diane navigate through life.

Diane's podcast Stories of women who walk

You can reach out to Diane through LinkedIn 

And her blog can be found here

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Episode Credits

Editor and sound engineer: Tim White email: [email protected]

Host: Simon Ratcliffe

Music:

Broken Elegance -Unconditionally

River Meditation - Audioautix

When I'm gone LiQWYD

Scott Buckley - Life is

Journey Home by Day 7 

 

 

 

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