Grace Liang and I also met because of Jack Canfield. In the fall of 2018, I had assisted at Jack’s One Day to Greatness in Denver and was having dinner with a friend, Molly Lord, who participated in the event. We began a conversation with Grace and her face lit up when she discovered that I work with aspiring writers. A couple of months later I became a member of Grace’s team, joining Michelle Vandepas, who is assisting Grace in expanding her reach on stages and with her courses and her publisher, Titletown Publishing. Her book, Finding Grace: How to Navigate the Journey from Tragedy to Triumph debuted in October 2019. 


Here’s a little big about Grace: “I am a 44-year-old woman who was born and raised in China. I struggled with poverty and family abuse for many years. I moved to America for love in 2007. I married the most amazing man who give me two stepkids and two granddaughters. After 10 years of being happily married, I lost my husband to cancer in early 2017. Don’t cry for me, his life is living on with mine. I am living my life to the fullest every day as much as I can. I believe in the quote ‘Infuse your life with action. Don’t wait for it to happen. Make it happen. Make your own future.’ I am currently a full-time life style blogger based in Troy, Michigan and my blog is called Color and Grace.”

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Here’s an excerpt from Amazon: “Not just for widows and widowers – or even anyone who has lost a loved one – Grace shares how she turned her life around, from a setback to a comeback and from impossible to I’m possible!Raw and courageous, she rises from the pain of being widowed and places herself on the road to finding life’s purpose, self-empowerment, and true independence.In the beginning of her grieving journey, she simply wanted to survive. Then, her mindset shifted, and she understood she was not just going to survive, but really be okay. After taking complete responsibility for her life, she rapidly discovered her dream and purpose. Losing her husband was the biggest setback she had ever experienced. She could have been angry, bitter, depressed, and was for a time; but then faced the loss as an opportunity to rediscover herself, to gain self-awareness and self-love. Starting with a change in attitude and behavior, this shift in perspective created completely different experiences and outcomes for her.

As she will authentically explain, ‘I am not better, braver, wiser, or stronger than anyone else. I simply believe that no person or thing, could stop me from making the best of life. If a person like me (growing up with limited resources and love) survived big challenges in a foreign country, you can too!'”