Stories of Survival
July 13, 2021
Dad, Trophies and Memories
Following the final of the postponed
Orphanage Cup Football Competition
– at which Steve Booth presented the inaugural Trevor Booth Memorial Cup –
Sarah's been thinking of her father of this week.
Arriving there at 18-months old, Trevor maintained a lifelong connection with
Blackburn Orphanage, now Child Action North West, until his passing at 86;
a place that offered him a home and a sense of belonging.
Guest Info Show Notes
Sarah Booth-Henry has 30 years plus of well-honed marketing, administrative, media evaluation experience and life skills, with a career that has included being on the US staffs of both Warner Bros. Consumer Products and the National Broadcasting Company, as well as working as a marketing liaison with the BBC, Granada Television and a variety of radio stations in her native England.
In 1998, she relocated to the US, got married, burned out, moved back to the UK, then back stateside again, where she and her husband Brett currently call #OurHilltopHideaway (AKA Los Angeles, California), home.
On her adventures Sarah has learned from some of the best teachers including Jack Canfield, cocreator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul® Series and coauthor of The Success Principles, and is an accredited coach within the Sue Stone Foundation.
Sarah says that whatever success means for you, her mission is to empower you to embrace all versions of yourself, and to
... be your own definition of amazing.
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~ Lianna Champ