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Darlene Corbett

Darlene Corbett views herself as a life-long learner, a pursuer of excellence, a work-in-progress, and a seeker-of-the-truth. She is also referred to as the "Unstuck Expert" in her many roles. Why? Because for over thirty years, she has been assisting people to get unstuck. Darlene's primary roles are now Therapist, Hypnotherapist, and Author/Writer. Although she loves speaking, it is now secondary and done mainly through her podcast, "Get Unstuck Now. Because of her wealth of experience, Darlene began putting her thoughts on paper.  Many of her blogs can also be found on Medium, Sixty and Me, and DarleneCorbett.com. Penning these articles set the stage for her first book, "Stop Depriving The World of You," traditionally published by Sound Wisdom. Being a believer in pushing oneself as long as one has life, Darlene has tried her hand at fiction, hoping to have something completed in the no-so-distant future. Over the years, Darlene has been described as animated or effervescent which contradicts the perception of a psychotherapist. She firmly believes in the importance of being authentic and discusses platinum-style authenticity in her book.

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Embrace The Red Line & You May Shine

"All of us must learn to navigate the challenging red lines. The earlier, the better, but it’s never too late to learn. Those who’ve never been challenged at a young age because early gifts catapulted them to immediate success often fall short of developing greater resilience." ...

Diligence and Innovation, A Win-Win For All!

"Why not take a not-so-savory human characteristic within flawed but brilliant human beings, and support creativity and discoveries which benefit them, but at some point, us too?" ...

Blood Sweat and Tears

"If you expect less, what do you get? Less? The answer depends on a person’s desire to succeed. Some individuals are motivated to prove detractors wrong, but for others, the message contributes to doubt and lack of will." ...