Your Health is Your Choice with Sara Troy and her guest Deborah Drummond, on air from November 2nd
I am very clear as to “Why I am here “.
I am here to be “in service” and this business allows me to do what makes me JUMP INTO MY DAY every day and that is to take people from where they are at to where they want to go .
That’s what this company has allowed me to do for myself and for people just like YOU.
Neora was founded with the mission of Making People Better. Our fundamental motivation is to impact the world as broadly and positively as we can through our philanthropic efforts and partnerships.
How cool would it be to work and inspire together ?
Please take my invitation to reach out and explore this possibility with me .
We are on 4 sites and 14 audio and 2 video platforms as seen here.
Deborah was born in and lives in Vancouver, Canada. A mother of her two favourite people, her determined daughter, Chloae (26) and her entrepreneurial son, Ocean (16). She loves the vibe of the arts and the creativity of entrepreneurship. Deborah is highly recognized as a pioneer for women in business in Canada for close to 30 years. With a strong background in holistic healthcare, anti-aging and wellness, and business success, she is a sought after speaker and MC. She has been nominated and awarded by many corporate and grassroots organizations for her talents and success, including Royal Bank of Canada, Woman of Distinction, Misbehaving Women of the Year award and The Wendy McDonald award.
She has been listed in Success Magazine multiple times, been seen on multiple TV shows and can be heard on many radio stations doing interviews. She has had two radio shows of her own in recent years. Her approach to business is much the same as her approach to life, and that is to go ALL in, play FULL game, and play with HEART. Deborah has been successful in building her career in local and international markets. It is not unusual to bump into her at an airport. Her reputation in excelling in never seen acquisition numbers and strategy follows her wherever she goes. However, if you ever need to find her, you’ll have the most luck looking in the local art gallery, sitting quietly with her phone off.