The Mutual of Omaha Tour Aha Moments with

by Angela Brooks

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A few weeks ago I went to Bowling Green, Ky too interview with The Mutual of Omaha Aha Tour What an experience it was! [ Read that story here]

For years I have listened to people’s stories and love to do so. The only part about the ones I have heard are so sad…with such tragedy behind them that caused them to eventually end up in the hospital that I worked, a mental institution.

I have talked too and had coffee with murderers, rapist, child molesters, masters degree scientist, inventors, mothers, teachers, homeless, nurses and even one doctor. All under the roof of a state hospital. Am I bragging? Not hardly. Would I trust them on the outside of the facility? I don’t think so.

They all had a story.

Their stories didn’t all start out bad or horrific. Most of them had lives like yours and mine. A family, a job, kids, and spouses. Theirs choices and life style changed many of the choices they are now able to make.

It is because of their story that I was able to meet them, otherwise our paths would not have crossed.

It is because of my business that I was able to interview with The Mutual of Omaha and share my story, well a brief part of it.

Most people think that who they are or what they have experienced is not important. It is…

Who would have thought that a nurse in Kentucky going to work every day to feed her family and pay the bills story would touch people around the world sharing healing with essential oils.

Guess what… You and your story can do the same.

Watch my Mutual of Omaha Video by clicking on the picture below. THEN drop down to the comments and tell me a little but about who you are and your story. I want to hear.

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Angela Brooks is a retired nurse after 25 years in mental health. She used her lunch breaks to build her business part time on the night shift. Her car became a mobile university as she listened to business training, coaching calls on CD and phone webinars. She blogged while she was at her sons' baseball practices.

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