InfoMarch 16, 2015 · Business
Connecticut Entrepreneur Dr. Susan O’Malley Doesn’t Count on Luck to Succeed – Tough Cookies Don’t Crumble Book Shows How
Dr. Susan O’Malley quips that it isn’t the luck of the Irish that gets the credit for success in life or business. With the debut of her book, “Tough Cookies Don’t Crumble: Turn Set-Backs into Success” she shares hard-won lessons learned by turning trying times into triumph to inspire other women to do the same.Press Release VideoLoading the player...Details(prREACH)
(MADISON, Connecticut, March 16, 2015) -- Dr. Susan O’Malley quips that it isn’t the luck of the Irish that gets the credit for success in life or business. With the debut of her book, Tough Cookies Don’t Crumble: Turn Set-Backs into Success she shares hard-won lessons learned by turning trying times into triumph to inspire other women to do the same.
Not a fan of manifesting, Dr. O’Malley believes in perseverance, personal responsibility and taking action. She says, “It’s never too late to write your own personal success story.”
Among her top tips to triumph in trying times:
== Row Your Own Boat, Baby.
== Put on a Helmet.
== Embrace Embarrassment.
== Make a Friend of Fear.
== Be Willing to Make Mistakes.
"These and other tips can inspire anyone serious about putting on a helmet and getting in the game of life to win, no matter what," Dr. O'Malley says.
Once a college drop-out and secretary, Dr. O’Malley started medical school at 35, six months pregnant and unwed. At 50, she walked away from a career as an ER doctor to open a med spa. With no business training, she put a $75 ad in the newspaper and sat at the reception desk herself.
She took her own “Row your own boat, baby” advice to grow that business into a multiple six-figure enterprise. Today Dr. Susan O’Malley is the owner and medical director of Sonas Med Spa in Madison, CT and a member of the National Speakers Association who speaks from live and virtual stages to inspire women to reach high and work hard to make their dreams come true.
A self-described hard working girl who overcame every day and insurmountable obstacles to emerge victorious, Dr. O’Malley’s journey proves that it’s never too late and age need not be a factor between big dreams and a successful reality.
To learn more about Dr. O’Malley and Tough Cookies Don’t Crumble, visit www.susanomalleymd.com. For interviews and to book speaking engagements and arrange quantity purchases of Tough Cookies Don’t Crumble, contact Dr. O’Malley at [email protected] or call 203 245 2227.
About Dr. Susan O’Malley:
A sought-after speaker and member of the National Speakers Association, Dr. Susan O’Malley speaks from live and virtual stages to empower women to know that it is never too late to create the lives they want. Today, she owns a successful med spa and, speaks to appreciative audiences often. Dr. Susan’s success path was littered with potholes, challenges and drama. A college drop-out at 18 who worked as a secretary for over ten years, Dr. Susan trained to be a physician at 39, entrepreneur at 50 and public speaker and author at 62. The day she started medical school, she was 35 years old and six months pregnant without a husband. Today her life and career provide conclusive evidence that anything is possible.
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