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July 31st 2014:Just Do It and Cook Up a Career

Two outstanding guests with the Just Do It attitude in building their careers. First guest is Sue Hammond, once a budding entrepreneur with lots of money in the bank, then a major life incident changed all that and left her penniless, depressed and she battled with suicidal thoughts. Then one day she thought I need to live and live right... no need for a pity party. Her story of coming back is amazing and one not to miss. You will learn how to live, love and laugh with Sue. Our second is Chef Julie Levin. Julie will tell us about her path. She cooked at some renowned restaurants and acted as a

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Sulondia Hammond

Once a budding entrepreneur with several investment properties and lots of money in the bank, Sulondia Hammond, who is known to many as Sue-Ham, suddenly found her world upside down when she found herself in the middle of several foreclosures and repossessions of her investment properties. No longer able to maintain her lifestyle as she knew it, Sue-Ham was forced to file bankruptcy, surrender her cars, investments, and her personal home. Suffering through depression and dealing with a job she hated with a passion, Sue battled with suicidal thoughts. Then one day the thought occurred to her, If you are going to Live, then LIVE! No need to have a pity party. After all, where has the pity part
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Chef Julie Levin

With a culinary background spanning nearly twenty years, Julie Levin utilizes her experience, knowledge and passion as a sustainable food advocate. Her culinary aspirations began in Buffalo, NY where the home cooking of her grandmother and mother communicated to her the intrinsic nurturing value of scratch cooking and the inherent benefits of the ritual of shared meals at table. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America the premier culinary college, Julie began a journey. Her experiences include heading the kitchen at Rancho de San Juan, cooking at the James Beard House in New York City, the renowned restaurant Campanile in Los Angeles and acting as private chef to clients in Southern
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