Suzanne Mattaboni is the author of the debut fiction novel ONCE IN A LIFETIME, a fun and irreverent coming-of-age fiction novel set in the 1980s against a backdrop of New Wave music and art. She is a former Newsday reporter, Pushcart Prize-nominated fiction writer, and a member of the Newsweek Experts Forum. Suzanne’s work also appeared in Huffington Post, Seventeen, Child, Guideposts, and Chicken Soup for the Soul. In this episode, she shares her story of the one encounter that launches her into womanhood, all while a particular 80’s song is playing on the “boom box”. Through her introspective reflections, keen observations, and wisdom, she shares her unique perspectives on personal growth, development, and success.
In this episode, you will learn these “totally rad” tips
How having hope and optimism is not only a choice but also a daily practice.
How relationship and connectedness are the keys to overall life satisfaction.
How discipline, routine, and perseverance can help you achieve your goals.
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