015: Cheer Each Other On with Cathy Paper

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What would happen if we started cheering each other on? Mix personal drive, emotional sensitivity and splashes of teasing and you have a recipe for feelings of insecurity. From fatty fatty two by four to a lifetime of secrets, Cathy Paper brings out the best in others, while keeping her own secrets until now.

Listen in for a few lessons learned and insights for yourself or your daughter, niece or friend. Cheer yourself on first. Then cheer another person to be their best strength and compassion.

Fun Facts about Cathy:

  • Cathy loves to play tennis. She started playing at age 13. She decided to start a tennis camp for kids because lessons learned on the court have helped her in life.

Reasons to Tune-In:

  • Cathy shares how having people cheer you on can reinforce what you’re trying to accomplish.
  • Hear how a “You go girl!” or an “Atta boy!” can help you not feel like you’re “In it by Yourself”.
  • Cathy shares how we’re all still like the kids on the playground… wanting to have a few cool people to play with.
  • Be encouraged as Cathy shares why there’s wisdom to be gained from going through struggles.
  • Cathy shares that lots of people are rooting for you to grow & thrive… and it’s best to not always be “defensive”.


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About Cathy:

CathyPaper_RoundCathy Paper, M.A., drives fun and successful creative projects for RockPaperStar.

She helps people and businesses unleash their inner rock star.  

Specifically her company RockPaperStar markets select authors, and promotes unique speakers and develops training products that shine to National status.

Through proven systems they guide individuals to find their “best stuff”.

Her team at RockPaperStar can bring you into the spotlight!

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