New Memoir Shares Experiences of Outer Success through Inner Work

New Memoir Shares Experiences of Outer Success through Inner Work "The Divine Intertwines: A light-worker's Spiritual Adventure in Silicon Valley" (published by Balboa Press) shares Jeanne Corsick's story of how through determination to work on a relationship with herself first, enabled her to enjoy successes that followed.

"The Divine Intertwines" recounts Corsick's career in Silicon Valley. She was driven to recreate her "core foundation" emotionally and spiritually through two main tools: Al-Anon - a 12-step spiritual program - and working with a life coach. Corsick says this self-work provided the tools that she used to become not only a successful executive assistant, but "an even brighter light on earth."

"We are in a time of GREAT change. We all have agreed to come and do our part to make things balanced here on earth," Corsick explains. "This book is just one small step in that direction. Reminding folks that when you work on your inner self, it impacts your outside world as well."<


"The Divine Intertwines"
By Jeanne Corsick
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 52 pages | ISBN 9781504386937
E-Book | 52 pages | ISBN 9781504386944
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Jeanne Corsick is a first time author with an extensive background in the role of executive assistant and project-program manager. She has worked in various industries in Silicon Valley that include semiconductor, software, bio-technology, email security, cloud computing, and digital marketing, specifically search engine optimization.

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