The Authors Show Interviews Deb Lewis about her powerful book on stress Why Is Pono not Pono Today?
MG eric "Rick" olson
Small Business Owner, Lecturer and Subject Matter Expert, National Security Affairs
"Deb is a superstar-- enormously capable, and a make it happen executive. Her ability to manage large, complex organizations and operations is completely impressive. Poised, confident, thoughtful, and caring, she is the total package. I'd want her on any of my teams."
Book Review - Why Is Pono not Pono Today?
Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2021
Wonderful book with a powerful message for children AND adults. Stress will never go away so rather than ignore it, this book beautifully shares a story that gives little ones the courage to solve problems that arrive in life. Hopeful, endearing, and magical…this book should be in every library and classroom in the world! It is never too early to empower our younger generations and it will not only impact them but any adult who reads it too! There is no greater gift than to teach someone to understand their feelings and this book does this in a way very few books have!
"[The Stress Basics Course was] excellent and had clear identification and summary supported by examples to learn and reflect about negativity, stress, their impact and how to move to desired outcomes."
"Yes, this was a good match for me! This course has helped me deal with my extreme stress in a much better way. I definitely recommend this course to everybody."
"This course provided useful information and explanations about stress and how to use it to my advantage. Deb Lewis has an engaging style that cuts through the normal psychological babble and clarifies complex concepts through stories and visualizations. Her style and presentations have given me practical tools for both my personal relationships and business dealings. I highly recommend this Lifecoach Class series."
"I am learning new ways to think of obstacles and how deal with stress. I love the delivery of the instructor."
President, InThinking Services, Inc., Adjunct Professor
"Debra Lewis has been invited to participate as a speaker for the In2:InThinking Network's Annual Forums (www.in2in.org) on 2 occasions, in 2010 and in 2012. Both appearances were tributes to Deb's dexterity in aligning her vast experience as a military leader with our diverse audience of change agents. In 2009, Deb shared invigorating experiences of her 30+ years of active duty in the US Army, including reflections from her 13 months of service during Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2012, she shared lessons learned from her partnership efforts with her husband in a year-long, 18,000+ mile cross-country effort to make a difference in the lives of military veterans. Leave it to Debra to bring inspiration to your audience."