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Sally skyrocketed to the top of the advertising world in her early 20s, fascinating millions of consumers for clients such as MINI Cooper and Coca-Cola. Since then, she’s published two New York Times bestsellers on the science of fascination, and is one of only 172 living members in the Speaker Hall of Fame. Over a million professionals have taken the Fascination Advantage® personality test to discover how others perceive their communication.

25 Comments

  1. LizzieMara
    May 8, 2015 at 3:10 pm · Reply

    Pregnancy and childbirth are two of my life passions thanks to my amazing mother who gave me the perspective to really see this life transition as positive. I'm so grateful to my mother and to her mother and to my great grandmothers. I am so grateful to be a woman from a legacy of strong, independent, thought leaders in our culture.   Sally, your 9 second video is stunning. Thank you for being so generous in sharing such an intimate, personal piece of your life  Lizzie Mara  Baby + Company / Birth Center

  2. Mary
    May 8, 2015 at 2:54 pm · Reply

    Mom, as you have aged you are still my inspiration and a role model. Doing laundry, dishes, cooking for you when I can still pales against all you have done for me and my brothers and sisters. You are and always will be beautiful and a woman who inspires faith, hope and love. I love you.

  3. Annamarie
    May 8, 2015 at 1:06 pm · Reply

    I give thanks to my and all mothers, every day in my thanksgiving meditation, thank you Sally for the Video 🙂

  4. Sonia
    May 8, 2015 at 12:57 pm · Reply

    Mother,   I miss you everyday. You worked so hard as a single mom to give us the best life you could give. You taught me so much - work ethic, to be a lady, the importance of family, squealing the tires when taking off at a red light, the power of prayer, faith, the love of Jesus and how to be a loving grandmother. I remember your tears each time I left again and again to move to wherever being further from you and taking your precious grands away. I'm sorry that I made you cry. I close my eyes and can still feel your soft hands on my face. I know you are in Heaven dancing in beautiful red high heels twirling, twirling with arms outstretched, laughing, happy and no longer in pain. I look forward to the day I see you again. I love you Mother. I love you.

  5. BjReevesKempf
    May 8, 2015 at 12:57 pm · Reply

    Motherhood,. Charlene, the Love Child...  may you someday know how special you made me feel everyday of my life. Mom

  6. Cathi
    May 8, 2015 at 12:19 pm · Reply

    Dear Mom,  We missed so much while I was growing up and that's okay. Now, in my 50's, we are together and making up for lost time. I am truly grateful for everything that we have been through, it made us both who we are today. There has always been and always will be a tremendous amount of love for you in my heart. Happy Mother's Day, everyday!  Cathi

  7. LoriAnding
    May 8, 2015 at 11:23 am · Reply

    Dear mom,  I want you to know how much I miss you. As I've grown older, I've wanted to share so much with you like I did in my 20s. I know that you are listening and watching over me and your two beautiful grandchildren. I know you hear me when I talk to you. I'm grateful for the times we shared and that you knew how much I loved you. Thank you for all you sacrificed for your kids. I hope you know how special you were.  Love,  Lori

  8. Kris
    May 8, 2015 at 11:01 am · Reply

    Mom, Happy Mother's Day wherever you may be. I miss you and hope your eternal life is full of high spirits. Everything I learned from you about being a Mom and loving being a Mom came from you. Thank you for all your support and encouragement throughout the years we got to spend together! Until we meet again. Love Kris 🙂

  9. Ramsey
    May 8, 2015 at 10:51 am · Reply

    Dear mom,    I will always love you. You will always be my mom. Even though I carry some anger towards you for things that have happened I will always be your number one sonny and appreciate you carrying me and delivering me into this world.

  10. MelbaWooten
    May 8, 2015 at 10:27 am · Reply

    It's just almost to hard for me to believe that my Mom went home to be with the Lord thirty-one years ago. I attribute much of the person I am to my Mother. She taught me to stand strong, to be committed, to work harder than what was ever expected of me, to love other people and to love the Lord most of all ^j^ And most of all, she taught me how to be a Mother to the two children I was blessed to carry. Ever thankful that the Lord "hand-picked" my Mother just for me ^j^ 

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