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OM151: Liz Orvis | I Get Knocked Down

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Overcoming Mediocrity - Volume IV

REMARKABLE WOMEN - These stories are meant to inspire and encourage women to realize their true potential.





Marianna Guenther

Marianna Guenther is a Peak Lifestyle Strategist and founder of Athletezy, Inc. She helps her clients and audiences realize their dreams and potential by challenging the status quo, defying the odds, bending the rules, and living their lives on their own terms.

After spending over fifteen years in corporate finance sharing her gifts and knowledge with globally recognized industry leaders, the Universe guided her to pursue a path of becoming an author, speaker and life and success results coach, while she stays flexible. Marianna’s passion is to help people to create real change in their lives and to realize for themselves that change is neither hard nor long. In fact, all that’s required is our ability to ask the right questions, listen and take the first step.

She is a firm believer that how you feel every moment is more important than what you do or what you have. Knowing what’s possible in life when you commit to your vision and pursue it with 100% passion, anything is possible.

Living her ideal lifestyle is important to her instead of working to survive life. Marianna and her husband, two awesome, athletic and good-looking sons, and her dog Champ enjoy an active, healthy and busy lifestyle.

 Marianna Guenther





It’s Quite Simple: I didn’t Say Easy

This is a story of a girl who followed her passion by taking a journey across the ocean and succeeded time and time again until she came across an obstacle, or should I say, lost her hunger. It is about being OK with being a rebel, defying the odds, challenging the authority, questioning the rules and standing on the side of an underdog and finding that hunger again. It is that purpose that drives all human beings to want to become better. All that’s necessary is our ability to ask the right questions, listen and take that first step.




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