Tracy L Clark – How To Listen To Your Intuition And Change Beliefs

Posted on: April 27, 2020

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Episode 9 Clark Final

This video episode is about listening to your body and getting in touch with your intuition.

Richard I’m Richard Killen, welcome to The Glass Is Half Full program where we try to show people some really interesting ideas about what they can do to make life better for themselves, without necessarily having to spend the bank. I’m joined today by Tracy L. Clark.

Tracy, I’m going to have to read this Tracy, I’m sorry. I’m going to put my glasses on because at my age you need things like that. Tracy is a remarkable leader and pioneer in the field of Body Regeneration. She is the Founder of TLC Community of Extraordinary Living and Creator of The Body Regeneration Method. Did I get it all right?

Tracy That’s correct.
Richard Tracy serves on a global level as a Facilitator, Soul Specialist, Teacher, International Speaker, and Humanitarian. Now I’m going to introduce you properly here and beyond these things.
Tracy The semantics.
Richard Let’s talk about the real you. Tracy came into this world sick, riddled with physical ailments and disease. She was born with legs and hips detached, a hole in her chest, stomach valve closed shut and an extremely damaged nervous system. That I truly believe must have caused you excruciating pain. At the tender age of five, on top of all this, Tracy was kidnapped. I think we’re going to want to hear about that one. This terrifying event acted as a catalyst that began opening Tracy to her gifts in a unique way. It took several years for her to be able to understand what was happening to her. Now she teaches people to unleash the power within themselves. She teaches that “Whispers of the Body” are telling you so that you can fall in love with your life. Not many people fall in love with your life. I certainly want to hear about that one as well Tracy. Tracy holds many transformational events both here in the Toronto area and online. So, Tracy, welcome to The Glass Is Half Full.
Tracy I’m so happy to be here.
Richard Now, much of what you do revolves around teaching people how to interact with their body, basically?
Tracy Their intuition.
Richard And, changing basically, their beliefs, their approach to all of this. Now, before we get into that, I think we have to really ask you to tell us your story?
Tracy Yeah. You know, you said it really well, with the introduction there. I have to say it was trauma after trauma. And before I was kidnapped, it was interesting because my sister, my mother and I at midnight, we’re also kicked out of our home. As our father moved in with his girlfriend and we were on a bus and ended up in a women’s shelter the next day. So we had a lot of pain, suffering, trauma, and that was life, I thought that was normal. A lot of you can imagine there was a lot of fear around my mother with poverty and welfare and living in a, we lived in…
Richard This was when you were pre-school?
Tracy Yes, I was three, when we lived in a very small apartment. We had a mattress on the floor and my mom would pretend we were camping because it was that bad. So it was trauma after trauma after trauma. So I know when I tell people to live a really good life. My whole life, I walked around like a pezz doll and my whole body shook like those people thought I was having seizures. I had many, many experts tell me you’re not going to change your body. You’re not gonna be able to shift it. You’re going to live in pain. I lived on a mask to breathe because my asthma was so bad. I had croup and bronchitis all the time constantly coughing stuff up. I actually almost died when the doctor came in and said, Wait a minute, we were in a small town, Flynn Flawn, Manitoba, if anybody knows where Flynn Flawn is? I always say I was built. It’s a gold mining town. So back then I said I was born on a pile of gold. Time money born on a pile of gold. But just before, I had thrown up a lot, I couldn’t keep food down and a Doctor came in and said, I think I know what’s wrong with your child. He wasn’t from the community, and he did, it was very rare for a girl like that, you know, early 70’s to have their stomach valve sealed shut. So he opened it and I was actually ready to go at that time. I’ve had three near-death experiences. So when I can say I kept saying the other side was a lot better than this side. And I know what it’s like when you’ve struggled, you know, physically, mentally, emotionally, financially. And you just think there’s nothing. I was miserable. I was miserable until I hit 32. Complete misery.
Richard And now you teach people.
Tracy Yeah, and now…
Richard To overcome what they’re going through.
Tracy What they’re going through…
Richard To make their life better.
Tracy Yeah, because I can relate. I understand. I know what it’s like when you’re at the bottom? I know what it’s like to have your last $1000 in the bank. I know what it’s like when doctors constantly are telling you you’re never going to fix that. You’re never going to get over that, you’re going to live with it. I was really the youngest kid in Canada, five, diagnosed with ulcers, diverticulitis, and irritable bowel syndrome. That’s how much stress I had in my body, just from life circumstances that were going on. And then just before I got kidnapped, I got hit by a car and almost died because they ran over me and I was into the hospital and I was like, Yeah, on the, I remember these. So I’m like, it was thing after thing after thing and people look now and they’re like, How can you have this beautiful life? I had to get up and I had to make some changes. Get out of my victim mode, get out of my stress.
Richard Explain the kidnap? I can’t leave that subject.
Tracy Yeah, a lot of people say what happened? Especially in Canada, right? Oh, when my parents were like, Yeah, very different in Canada. And so this is about going back to your intuition. I was a very sensitive kid, and there was a gentleman that would be in the area. And I kept saying to my mom, that man scares me and I remember saying, Scares me, I was five, scares me. No, no, no. It’s okay. No, you’re just being, then oversensitive. Well into the park one day, sister, long story short to fast track it, will get all the details. He grabbed me. He had a gun. He had his dog and he grabbed me and I screamed and my sister and friend came. And thank God the girl that was with my sister was an afterthought, raised by bikers, so she was seven, but her brothers were in their 20’s and she was a biker. She saved our butts. Took us to a dugout, wanted to have his way. She eventually got out and then my sister couldn’t get me out because I was too small. So she ran. They got help. All I know is, when he came back, he was so angry, he pulled me up by my hair. Now I’m a frail kid who could barely breathe, to begin with, and he threw me on the ground and put the gun to my head and all I have I just heard sirens. That was it, blacked out. But it actually became a catalyst to other things because I started seeing things, feeling things and I just thought it was some crazy child PTSD, right? Yeah, that’s the short version Yeah, yeah, it’s pretty scary. Yeah, but when you actually start to go back and realize, wow, I was told money doesn’t grow on trees. I was told you don’t deserve that. I was told that’s for somebody else. I was told that was greedy. When you start to listen to people, that programming starts to come up and you automatically are in it. So you start to function with what you know. So they’re not going to school teaching you, How are you a steward of your money? That’s a relationship. So the only programming that you pick up, it’s like your computer. You have programs on your computer. You have to remove the ones that don’t work anymore. But people keep running them and running, they all complain. Everyone’s going to tell you they want $1,000,000. But I was teaching a class last night. If you got a $1,000,000 today, how would you handle all those problems? Most people will lose it all. Right away, because they’re just going to, Oh, I got a $1,000,000 it’s a lot of money. Well, nowadays $1,000,000 doesn’t go very far. You and I know that it really doesn’t.
Richard Some people out there
Tracy They will disagree. They will. But look at a house where we live. A house, a shoebox, is $700,000 right? So if you start to look at that, if…
Richard By the way, for those of you who don’t live in the Toronto area, she’s talking about Toronto.
Tracy Oh, sorry. Yes, the Toronto area. A shoebox is like $700,000. But if you start to look at the fact that if you give someone a $1,000,000 tomorrow, they have never dealt with it. They don’t have the education, the right frame of mind. They don’t have the habit. They’re not a steward of it, and they can get rid of it. I’ve seen people come to me. I asked last night how many people know lottery winners? I know four, they knew two. We’re talking millions of dollars. And the one lady who knew her friend, she said they made $10 million. I think she said it was 10 years ago. They’re down to $2 million. That shouldn’t have happened. But the frame of mind, the habits, was that’s what it was. It was like, Well, I’m just going to do what I was told.
Richard If you make it, it’s a little different, because you’re learning the stewardship as you make it. Henry Ford once said that, to turn $100 into $110, it’s hard work, to turn $100 million into $110 million is inevitable. That’s the person who made it.
Tracy That’s the person who made it.
Richard He didn’t have it handed to him.
Tracy No. When you make it, there’s that you start to learn to have more respect for it. But a lot of people, if they’re just going to their job, the way jobs are structured, most people, that’s why people need to hear this. Because if you go to the job, a lot of times people complain about their job, but they only give you just enough so you’re going to come back, right? You have to keep coming back. So, they keep coming back, coming back, but that paradigm just, okay, I’ll go to my job, I have a little bit more and a little bit of a nugget, I got a little bit of a bonus, and then we just sit in this space. And what are people waiting for? Their golden nugget, which is a pension. It’s a habit.
Richard We were talking before about the idea of a comfort zone. A comfort zone that you have now, you’re an exception, by the sound of it. But up to the age of seven, most people live in a very comfortable zone.
Tracy 100%
Richard First of all, they’re not aware of the outside world. Therefore, they’re not aware of the dangers of these things. So the memories they have of those first 7 years are usually very comfortable memories. So what was implicated in that time by the people around you, your family?
Tracy And if your family you saw, if you saw them, just get up, go do a 9 to 5 job and that’s how you make your money. That’s your pattern.
Richard So how do people shift this perception?
Tracy Of making their money?
Richard Well, just their perception about money?
Tracy Yeah, the first start, really.
Richard Really break the habits, I guess.
Tracy Yeah. I say to people, the first thing you have to do is you have to start actually, really start to build a relationship with it. Money’s energy. That’s all it is. It’s like everything right. It’s a relationship. So I love giving people this exercise. I say to them, You go out for 24-48 hours. You have to be very aware on that day. So most people are on autopilot, and every time you spend some money, how does it feel? Where are you spending it? And really see.
Richard Do you make them write it down?
Tracy They can write it down normally, then they can look at it differently. Some do, some don’t. But they’re like you know what? I have this one great, great lady. She came to me and she said I was going to Starbucks every day. But when I was spending the money, she said, I realized I actually didn’t even like the coffee. I was going out of habit because my friends would go. So, she says, When I actually had that realization, we’ll do the math. Okay, if you’re spending $5-$6 a day on coffee, that adds up in a year, right? That’s money you can put on a credit card or somewhere else. She said, I actually looked at it and she said, Yeah, she said Tracy looked at it and I went, I don’t even like going there. This is just a bad habit I’ve created. Do you know, when she had that awareness, she stopped and she moved the money into another area.
Richard Now I ask you about people shifting their perception of money and then you explain that to me, Tracy. But I’m interested in and I think most people would be interested in, how does this conversion happen and how long does it take?
Tracy To shift the paradigm? You know, it’s really interesting. Awareness is 90% and then changing the habits, the other 10%. Some people, literally, I’ve seen this, we always say those are those miracles. Some people literally shift the very next day. That’s how quick. Like I’ve had a lady walk in….
Richard Is it commitment?
Tracy It is a commitment. I always say, commitment, dedication, like you have to have that through. I wouldn’t be where I am today if I didn’t step up every day and say, What do I need to shift? What do I need to look at differently? What’s a different choice I need to make? People you got to forgive yourself too, for all the past choices you made with your money. You have to. And people say Really? I said so many people are still beating themselves up. I did a bad investment. You did it 10 years ago. Okay, it’s over. Get rid of it. Or you had to go through bankruptcy. Okay, fine. You now learn from that.
Richard Don’t say any bad things about bankruptcy.
Tracy No, no, but I’m saying that people beat themselves up, but they go through it. I say to people, forgive yourself that you went there. But now look at why you went there.
Richard Bankruptcy is a bad word.
Tracy Well, not if you’re certain people in the world. Certain people, they’re okay with it.
Richard Practically just as a mild aside as to what I do, all the people that have come in to see me over the past almost 30 years, and that adds up to 16,000-17,000 people, I don’t remember one of them who didn’t say something along the lines of, I don’t want to go bankrupt.
Tracy Yeah.
Richard Horrible thing.
Tracy No, but it’s true. But then people hold these emotions or it’s a stigma, right? Talk to someone who’s gone. And I’ve had many clients who’ve gone through it. They show up like I’m going through this and I’m like, Okay, one, we’re going to get rid of the guilt around it. The fear. We got to look at why you got there and shift those habits and those thought processes, so you don’t go through it again. Work with the people you’re working with, and it’s OK, you’re starting again. It’s part of your journey. But they hold so much emotion.

How do they hold that? Or, how difficult is it to get them to unhold it?

You know what, I can say that everyone I’ve worked with probably within about six months, they don’t have that anymore. And I can tell you everyone, that we’ve shifted this, they now own their own homes. They have really good jobs. They are like and they’re clean and they don’t even look at it. They said that was the best thing I ever did. Because I said, What happens with people energetically that they don’t get? And this is why tell some people, go declare bankruptcy. And they’re like, What? Oh, that’s a sin. The energy of all of that debt literally weighs on you physically. It makes you sick. And I say to them, You will feel so free, your mind will become uncluttered and now you’re free to make a new choice. Some of them have started successful businesses. I know one lady, she’s like all I want to do is go into sales. And she was so scared she was being an assistant. Her, you know, husband, they had their situation with their marriage, whatever. I said. Okay, declare it let’s move on. And she goes, Oh my gosh, Tracy, the weight is lifted. Well, now she’s in sales. She’s making $250,000 a year, she’s got her kids. She’s like sky-high. Single woman having a great time,

Richard You know, the number of cards we get from people, thanking us?
Tracy Yeah, exactly. Because the energy naturally lifts off. And then if you look at it, you’re like, I’m not going to do that again. What can I create now? And they get excited. It can be weeks, as long as you have that right. That right adjustment to see that it doesn’t have to carry the guilt, the shame, and the fear, is what locks everyone up, in every area of their life, especially money. Because money in some families, don’t talk about it or it’s a taboo, that creates problems.
Richard You left out one word there, pardon me, I think we are being joined here.
Tracy We have some friends.
Richard Shame is what accompanies all of this. One of the things we tell them, I’ve been telling people for years that way because we’re on the same wavelength, is the idea that making mistakes is part of life. We all make mistakes, and probably I’m going to put some money on this, each of us makes at least one mistake a day.
Tracy Easy.
Richard At least.
Tracy Easy
Richard And the whole point of it is that making mistakes simply qualifies you for membership in the human race. And all of these things all depend on what you’re going to do about these so-called mistakes, let downs and all that, and you seem to have the answer.
Tracy But that’s how you grow. I learned…
Richard You should come over and talk to the people who come in and see me. Except for one thing, you would be telling them to go bankrupt, and I’m not allowed to tell people to do that.
Tracy Well then, they can come to my Soul Sundays, where it’s just this place where we have fun. Yeah, it is just Soul Sundays. Just show up, have fun. But that’s what it is, and they don’t have to have shame. And the reality is if we don’t fall down…
Richard But it’s human nature to have that.
Tracy It is because of society, though, and you don’t want to feel like you’ve done something outside of somebody else’s paradigm or what are people going to think? Who cares what people think? It’s your life. You have to decide. I’ve been called crazy and weird my whole life. I didn’t know what that was. Because imagine a little kid, and literally, too, I was born without eye-teeth and permanent teeth and like, I looked like a little kid that walked like that, I was called everything under the sun. So when you have that come through, I was weird. You’re crazy. What’s wrong with you? Only to realize that Oh, I’ll be weird all day long because if weird means that I can fall down, have a great community of people that want to lift you up and support you and get you going. I’ll be weird all day long.
Richard And look at what happened to you?
Tracy Look what happened, exactly from being weird. So be weird. That’s a good thing.
Richard So the stress and the illness and all that, that accompanies these negative thoughts and perception of your situation can all be dispelled through application basically.
Tracy It can be.
Richard How important is the commitment to it?
Tracy Commitment is huge. It’s a way of living. It’s a way of being. Like people say to me, Do you do this every day? I said, Yeah, I look at different things that come up every day, and you have to like a lot of people who don’t know that your body is always telling you what’s going on. So by the time we have an illness, you have missed it on the emotional level, the mental level, the psychological level. So a lot of people carry a lot of pain in their lower back because it’s actually related to their money stress and people don’t realize that. But you need to every day say, I’m going to get up. What can I do differently today?
Richard So if somebody wants to make a change, here’s a call to action kind of thing. Okay? Somebody wants to make a change Tracy, what do they do?
Tracy Where do they start?
Richard Other than just call you?
Tracy Come to Soul Sundays. I’ll tell you what that is in a minute. Here is what I’m going to tell you about what happened to me, and this was my epiphany and people could really hear anything today. I joke, and I call it my Come to Jesus moment, cause literally was a doctor saying you’re going to die. There’s nothing more we can do for you. Manage it. We’ll see what happens. Basically, that was the last. Yeah, figure it out. We’ve done everything we can. People wait until this. This is their moment where they decide I got to do something different. I got a very bad illness or something’s going to happen. My money is now run out. Huge debts. The relationship ends. Then they decide I’m going to make a change. That is not the best time to make a change. When you make it at that point, you’re digging out of the hole, like I was, and you’re literally crawling out. You’re very deep when you’re I was deep I knew like all this stuff that happened. So say to people If you can be in the space right now to say Okay, take a look at your life. Say, what parts do you really love about your life? I get out of bed, I love getting out of bed and I get out of bed because I’m like, I got to the other side. I’m like, Oh I’m out of bed today. This is awesome. Happy, fun. Never used to be like that. I say to people, look at your life right now and say, What part stresses you out the most? And ask yourself, not what part, this is the key, truthfully, what part is the biggest stress right now? Truthfully. You got to say that word.
Richard How do you know it’s truthful?
Tracy This is why. I’m going to tell you so, when people start saying people don’t talk like that, right? If I came to you and said, truthfully, how do you feel about that versus how do you feel about that? You’re going to think twice. I have a lot of businesspeople I teach this to and they say, Truthfully, can you get that assignment done? Can you get that report done on time? And they tell me 100% my CEO has come back to me and said my staff’s telling me the truth. They’re like, I can’t meet that deadline. Before they would say Okay, Yeah, I’m going to meet the deadline and they wouldn’t meet the deadline. Because when you start to learn how to talk to the body and yourself, the body, the mind, and the brain start to do this really cool different chemical reaction. So words affect the body. So if people get up and they’re stressed about their money and every day they’re saying to themselves, I’m so stressed about my money, I can’t make any more money. I’m so broke all the time. I’m so poor all the time. Your body goes okay. We’re broke. We’re stressed. We’re poor, we know how to function. Were good. And they start to pull that in. So then you have more friends to start time. I’m broke. I’m stressed if that’s your talk, that’s the first thing. So you say, Truthfully, what is it right now that I need to change? And I would say to people You want a quick tool, and I teach this all the time, people say it changes so much, they say. I actually caught my words. I went out today and said, I’m so tired and so stressed, I’m so broke. The body, your body’s brilliant like your heart is a very first organ to be formed and everyone says it’s a miracle and then the baby comes out. It’s like Yeah, OK, see you later. I teach this that when people learn this, I say it’s like a baby learning to walk. You have kids? I have kids right. They are in their twenties. Because I’m only 25. So they have this…
Richard Everything happened to you young.
Tracy Really young, really young. So I say to people, when a baby learns to walk, this is how you start to look a change in your life when a baby learns to walk and your baby first. So your son first learns to walk and he falls down. What do you say to your child?
Richard Get up.
Tracy Yeah, keep going right? Wow! The first step. You’re like, Yeah, keep going. Everyone’s cheering. Then the baby turns and then the baby runs. It’s the same thing as adults. We want to shift our thought process. We want to say Truthfully, what do I need to change? What isn’t working? I fell down. You’re the baby, ah you fell down. What’s wrong with you? You start telling yourself I made that mistake. I’m really stupid. I shouldn’t have done that. No, you need to be the baby. You need to be around people and yourself going, you know, I fell down, but I’m going to keep going. Because the only way I got to where I am today, was there a lot of tears? Absolutely. Was their frustration? Absolutely. Was I pissed off sometimes at myself and wanting to blame everybody else for why I was there and blamed the man that kidnapped me and blame my dad for kicking us out? I could have sat there, which a lot of people do, and they said, Well, I can’t make any more money. I’m only educated this far. That’s a bunch of garbage
Richard You’re letting circumstances, events of your life dictate…
Tracy Where you are.
Richard It kind of forms a real unbreakable picture.
Tracy It does.
Richard Of your self-image.
Tracy But if people stop, if they stop and if I challenge everybody that watches this, stop for one day and listen to what you tell yourself in your mind or to your friends.
Richard Now, that’s easily said.
Tracy Sure it is. But when you are conscious to do it for a day,
Richard People are going to ask you.
Tracy Yeah, they do.
Richard Talk is cheap and I don’t mean that flippantly.
Tracy No, but it is.
Richard But people have a tendency to look and say, Well, fine for you. Look at you. Nevermind what happened to you. Look at you.
Tracy They do. They look at you right now. They say that’s easy.
Richard That’s all they see.
Tracy Yeah, 100%.
Richard And they don’t transpose that into something realistic for them. So how do they get over that hurdle?
Tracy That is the first hurdle. When I actually. I sold a company when I was 26. I had all my family telling me, it must be nice to have this, it must be nice to have that, it must be nice to have this. Yeah, well it was what it was. But then I felt guilty. Shame all things you’re talking about. So I gave all my money away in the divorce. Now it’s your stupid what were you doing? So I had all these programs. How dare I have that. When I actually had that last $1000 in the bank and it’s Christmas time. So we all know that’s the worst time to have only $1000 in the bank with my two little kids who I’m now fully financially responsible for. I had to sit there and I’d say, Okay, what am I afraid of? What’s the worst thing that can happen here? Because we also don’t know, and when I started to dissect that out myself because I didn’t have anyone to ask, I had to figure it out. I’m like, What is truthfully, that’s what I was asking myself, what needs to change? And I had all these Ah ha moments that came in around what people were telling me, and I was like, So what’s the worst thing that’s going to happen right now? You have to ask yourself, What’s the worse thing? Because that is the fear. So, for me, my worst thing was am I going to be out on the street? Am I going to be in poverty? And people don’t realize this, energetically, naturally, everybody has a ceiling of what they’ll make and how low they’ll go. And when you get really low that’s when people start to move, right? But if they start to actually look and say that it sounds so simple and so crazy. And yes, you can say talk is cheap. But I promise this is saying, truthfully, what is it I need to change? What is it I’m afraid of? What is it I need to look at differently? That’s step one. Step two is you have two then do the action on it. So I fire clients all the time. And then I piss people off all the time because I’m like, You’re not being truthful because you just want to sit here and complain about it. What are you going to do about it? So it’s like when someone goes through…
Richard You’re doing that because you can’t work with them?
Tracy I can’t cause they don’t want to change. But the ones that do want to change, that’s where you hear these incredible testimonials of transformation. So for people who went through bankruptcy I said, Are you truthfully ready to get over the fears about what bankruptcy is? Yeah, it was just a mistake. You get to reset everything. Can we get in the fun of resetting? We get to start to play with it. Literally within a matter they go, they get ready, they file, they’re good, they’re doing their thing. They change within months because they’re like, I’m not and they get afraid. And that little monkey, what are you doing? What you’re doing? And I said I was teaching a class last night on money, and I said, When that fear comes up and there’s a very powerful, the monks have been using it forever, I always say, you rob her, you tip your heart because we’re all in our brain. We’re all trying to figure it out. You’re trying to figure out what that solution is. You’re not looking for creative solutions. You’re like, I gotta figure it out. Well, I don’t have to figure everything out. What if I come to you? You can help me figure it out. But I say when you get…
Richard But people put that pressure on themselves.
Tracy They do because they’re not stopping and they’re not, they’re panicking, they’re in fear. Rather than take a step back, connecting and say, how can they help me with this? The best word, I always say to people, Not only truthfully, I say, Ask yourself, What’s a creative solution that I haven’t thought of here? And be very grateful. Be so grateful to everything around you and people throw that out there and I can’t stand it. Oh, gratitudes and attitudes. I said No, no, you can say all day long, gratitudes and attitudes. If you don’t feel grateful, that’s not going to do anything for you.
Richard If people want to get a hold of this, where can they go?
Tracy Where can they go? One of my favourite things I do in the GTA, we have a huge outreach fund. People don’t know, you’re going to see more of it. I do what’s called a Soul Sundays. It’s a donation only. You can come. You can learn.
Richard Open to everybody.
Tracy Open to everybody. I always say, Thank you to God, a lot.
Richard Is that sort of an introduction to it?
Tracy Yeah, you know it is. But I’m actually teaching you how to shift and work with your body, and we talk about different things.
Richard Where do they go for this?
Tracy Mississauga Living Arts Center or online. You can do both. We do a lot of things online.
Richard I’m sorry, Mississauga…
Tracy Living Arts Center. Free parking.
Richard That’s the physical thing on Sunday?
Tracy That’s it.
Richard What time is it?
Tracy 11am to 12:30pm. They can find it under the “Attend” section. We have one on November 10th and…
Richard Online?
Tracy Yeah, online.
Richard What is it called?
Tracy Soul Sundays under “Attend”. Soul Sundays. But we always do a lot of things to give back to the community, to help people. So if people are open to meeting people, because I say how can we serve you? There are people there that can help you get to know what other people are doing, whether you need another connection, a job. I say, Come and meet people that have been where you are to support you.
Richard So why don’t you folks go and meet Tracy L. Clark at the Mississauga
Tracy Living Arts Center
Richard Living Arts Center on Sundays at 11:30am
Tracy 11 o’clock. It’s 11am to 12:30pm. It’s once a month right now.
Richard They have to listen better than me.
Tracy They have to listen. They have to show up is number one? Yes.
Richard Thank you.
Tracy Thank you.

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    Since 1992, Richard Killen & Associates, a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, have helped thousands of people resolve their financial problems. With 25 years experience in this industry, our president, Richard Killen, and the rest of our team understand the difficulties that honest people can sometimes find themselves in. This expertise makes it possible to provide you with a service that effectively deals with the issues.

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