Yep, I even had an executive summary. This was the front page of the document I pre-submitted to the courts. Names, and some other personal information of others, have been removed. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for the ‘My Story’ Category
For those of you who have been following this blog, you may recall financial stress.
My best-kept secret was that on April 19, 2011 I declared bankruptcy.
The direct cause-and-effect event that led me there was an “intentional wealth” course that I took back in 2007. When all investments purchased through this group started to fail in 2009, I was told by the CFO to “keep the faith” and “stay positive” — because your mindset effects all things universal. Read the rest of this entry »
Here’s the beef, the full document with footnotes and cross references that I submitted to the BC Supreme Court before my appearance. Note that I’ve left the name of the Intention Wealth company out and the actual people involved. While I still curse them, I did learn a lot from them. And they have since changed the products they support. And if I want my past by-gones be by-gones, then doggone I’ve got to do the same thing. (If you want to know who they are, contact me. I’ll tell you in person. But I won’t randomly blow it out to the universe.)
Below is the document that I read in court to present my side of the story. The lawyer I consulted before-hand told me that nine times out of ten, the courts accepted the trustee’s recommendations. My trustee was recommending an additional 12 months in bankruptcy. Based on those odds, the lawyer felt that taking money to represent me was an expensive exercise in futility. So I delved into the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and wrote my story. The document was submitted to the courts a few days prior to my court appearance; the conclusion, which is below, was read in person by myself in court.
Here it is. Read the rest of this entry »
I was recently challenged by a friend, who made it clear to me that she bases the control of her life on accepting that everything revolves around the choices she makes.
Okay you curious lookie-Lou’s (and lookie-Louise’s). Here a bit about me. Me talking about my book, The Three Strategies of the Unstoppable Woman. This way, you will know a bit about my views and philosophies. And you’ll also have an introduction to the three strategies: accountability, collaboration, and initiative. It’s my first kick-at-the-can video, so your feedback is invited and welcomed. Thanks!
Violence against [name-your-cause, mine is women] happens because there is a cluster of so-called “thinkers” out there who believe that [women] are inferior, objects to be owned and controlled.