Thoughts from the journey… Excerpts from a day in the life of Sherry McLaughlin

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Sherry launched her career as an author of inspirational books in 2005 with Lessons from the Couch, a powerful book describing her transformational experience with a Christian life coach. A wife, business owner and mother of an
autistic child, Sherry was often viewed as the kind of person who had everything under control. Little did she know that her accidental trip to the couch would lead to the writing of a book that has been sold nationwide and changed the lives and walks of people of all ages.

In 2006, she authored Lessons from the Journey, a compilation of short stories written surrounding her experiences in business and in life. Through thoughtful interaction with people from all walks of life, Journey leaves a reader with much to contemplate regarding the meaning of our walk here on earth and what it means to follow God's will.

And now in 2007, she releases her most moving work yet. Lessons from the Loveseat takes the reader through the journey of her marriage with timely lessons for those who have traveled a similar road as well as for those about to take the plunge.

Sherry is the founder of the Michigan Institute for Human Performance (MIHP) and TriPLAYnar Technology headquartered in Southeastern Michigan. She is a national speaker and consultant presenting to groups at General Motors, Delphi, Sears Holding Corporation and Northup Grummon with topics including Pain-Free in the Real World and BackTalk. She has also provided inspirational presentations to church groups and womens' retreats in the Midwest based on her topic, The Why Behind the Walk and has been featured on the PBS shows Get Up and Get Out and Zonya's Health Bites.

Sherry's philosophy can be summed up in one of her favorite quotes from philosopher Alfred Adler: "Trust only movement. Life happens at the level of events, not words. Trust movement."

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