When Deb Olejownik was diagnosed with cancer she was in a new state without a network of friends and the diagnosis totally hijacked her emotions, her life, and her finances. She had no idea what fighting cancer would be like or how she would get through, but she knew she would get through. Eight months later, she rang the bell (a ceremony for being officially cancer-free) and realized she wanted to do more with her life.
"Now I wanna up my game. I have a second chance. I can do this!"
In this episode Deb shares some tips on maintaining composure when hijacking moments happen and how we can work through them. She teaches her three keys to disarming the triggers and discovering the gifts of the hijacking moment and explains how we can turn these moments around and ultimately use them to our benefit.
Deb also talks about being hijacked by the debt created while having and fighting cancer. She went from being debt free to having to manage tens of thousands of dollars of medical debt. She says, “It was overwhelming and I felt like I was drowning in debt.” Yet, she found a way to stay strong.
Time for a twist on the pirate costume! Migrating from browns to reds with this one. Whenever my guest chooses not to wear a costume I typically do some version of pirate since it’s my favorite costume. Everyday is a fun day on the MoneyHeart show.
Follow the show on Instagram @moneyheartshow to see more pics of my costumes from each episode. I also include my guest’s costume when they choose to wear one.