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Interview With Irina Alexander

www.dropbox.com/s/higheaxfjj5lh3y/Determined people pod episode 4 Audio_01.mp3

Growing up in her native Russia, Irina Alexander always wanted to be a teacher. Her mother persuaded her to major in business because teachers make very little money. So, Irina earned her MBA, built a business in a male-dominated industry with over $1 million in revenue in under two years, and found herself in the top 1.6% of all woman-owned businesses. Today, she is a teacher. She teaches Neurolinguistics Programming and helps people free themselves from behaviors that don’t serve them well. She does this by getting to the root of the problem and guiding her clients to remove the root. Through her journey, Irina found the root of one of her problems which she willingly shares here.

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Remember Me?

In 2018, my first book was published. The book is called, “Killing My Father Then Finding Him.” The theme of the book is about how I came to forgive both of my parents for the abuse and neglect I felt all through my childhood. I hid my upbringing from my friends in school. I masked it well because recently I read a short piece one of my childhood friends wrote about me and why he was buying the book. He wrote, “what I remember about John was his passion for life and his genuine concern for others.”


If you are holding onto pain from your past, I encourage you to do the work on yourself to heal. I did, and I promise it isn’t easy, but nothing worthwhile ever is.

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Interview With Octavious Bishop

www.dropbox.com/s/ahk1aubtvsi0x44/Determined People ep3_mp3.mp3

When Octavious Bishop entered high school, he was reading at a 4th grade level and taking Special Education classes. Through the intervention of one man and the support of many others, today he is known as Dr. Octavious Bishop.

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Interview With Stacy Johnson

www.dropbox.com/s/dd8viz3a2h3zbcz/DPPE2.mp3

Stacy Johnson was placed in foster care at the age of two. After being bounced from home to home, she asked to be part of a foster home where she met a counselor who changed her life. Stacy emancipated out of foster care at 16, and the last thing the judge said to her before he hit the gavel was, “Stacy, you might change the world.” Click on the link to listen to Stacy’s miraculous life story, and learn how she is changing the world…

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The Elite Class…

It’s a given that some people believe they are better than others. They’re not. People use comparison to gauge where they are socially and economically. This just breeds frustration. Our Creator loves us all the same. Rich or poor. Black or white. Gay or straight. Something to consider…

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