Review: 'The Little Seminar of BIG Wisdom!' with Debbie Huxton

This review of Debbie Huxton's talk was posted by Silvia Siret in our Facebook group:

At first, we saw a woman who could talk. And she said all the right things. But there didn't seem a proper connection between her and us. The real Debbie came out towards the end of the first session, just before the break, when she seemingly had got in touch with her own center and therefore with us listeners. We saw a different Debbie then. And we all loved what we witnessed from that moment: Her passion for self development and helping people living their individual lives to the fullest possible. The audience caught fire, and Debbie fascinated us with her wisdom and her personal story. The main message was: "Feel the Pain!" We all escape painful feelings by distracting ourselves with comfort food, TV, shopping etc. But if you want to change your life for the better, you will have to face and feel the pain of the process of making the changes. Face the fear! That's how you grow. And why would we not want to grow. Isn't that what we're here for at the end of the day? I think we all agreed, and we felt that spark in us, when she told her story and gave us some really helpful tools at hand. She is the living example of a woman who turned her life around, by taking little steps at first, leaving her job soon after, and then using her abilities (speaking, writing, inspiring) and (since) staying true to her highest personal values (Family first, Freedom, Independence). She says: "Happiness is an inward job; money doesn't make us happy. Happiness comes first." She is now helping people making money; and that's the recipe for making money. She is now who she is, she doesn't live a lie anymore, she doesn't choose SAFE anymore, she chooses "ME". We have no doubt that she is a happy woman, and she certainly has the amazing ability to move an audience and initiate positive change in others. We from the YES Group wish her all the very best and thank her for a beautiful experience, which left us all touched and moved.