Vita's Will: Real Life Lessons About Life, Death & Moving on

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iUniverse, Oct 1, 2000 - Self-Help - 204 pages
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At age twenty-three, Debbie Gisonni had everything. She was on her way to becoming one of the top paid and youngest executives in Silicon Valley. She had found true love?and she could make a mean cannoli! Then in 1984, her mother Vita developed a brain tumor that left her permanently disabled. A few years later, her younger sister suddenly committed suicide. Within months her father was diagnosed with bone cancer and breast cancer struck her favorite aunt. Between 1990 and 1994, all of them died. Vita?s Will: Real Life Lessons About Life, Death & Moving On is a chronicle of Gisonni?s unimaginable experiences. One day she was on the corporate fast track; the next she left it all so that she could stop and smell the red sauce.

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Debbie Gisonni is an author, speaker, and business leader who spent fifteen years in corporate executive positions in the high-tech industry. During her corporate career, her personal life was shattered by the unexpected loss of four family members in four years-one from suicide. Shortly thereafter, Debbie embarked on a mission to help people navigate the ups and downs of life and work-from the tragic to the trivial-by connecting them to their inner spirit. She inspires people to make simple changes that radically increase their self-awareness, happiness, well-being and success. She is the author of The Goddess of Happiness: A Down-to-Earth Guide for Heavenly Balance and Bliss and Vita's Will: Real Life Lessons about Life, Death & Moving On. She is an experienced speaker and media guest who has addressed audiences from corporate executives to women's groups to teens. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications worldwide including a "Health and Happiness" column in the San Francisco Examiner.com and a blog on Huffington Post. Her advice ranges from healthy lifestyle and work tips to meditation practices. Debbie holds a B.S. in Business Administration and a Certification in Hypnotherapy. Originally from the Bronx, New York, Debbie lives in Silicon Valley, California with her husband and Siberian huskies. Her life-long passions include food, fitness, fashion, health and wellness. Visit Debbie's website: www.debbiegisonni.com

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