Author Peggie O'Neill has created a unique and compelling story that imparts the deepest spiritual principles for understanding life's challenges and finding inner peace. The reader will want to collect the 5 secrets and apply their power immediately. --Pat C. - TV News Anchor, Philadelphia
Peggie O'Neill's Juggle Without Struggle addresses the central dilemma of the human experience: how to be in this world but not of it. The trials of these imagined figures bring home the point that the souls yearning for God is a universal constant, irrespective of age, class, station or even self-awareness. The reader cannot help but wish for such peace in the lives of her own loved ones. --Emily - Writer, Philadelphia Bulletin --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
Peggie O Neill began developing the process revealed in this book in 1965. After losing two stillborn babies and walking around in a functioning depression, she carved out 10 minutes for herself everyday and developed her peace process. That process changed her experience in life from frantic to joyful. It replaced fear with courage. She used it for 46 years until she died of bladder cancer in September 2011. This book was her life s legacy on how to connect with the higher power within each of us that enables us to meet and rise above the challenges we are faced with every day. Peggie O Neill was a native Philadelphian. She was married for over 50 years to her husband Frank, raised six sons and was the involved grandparent of 16 grandchildren. From founding her own consulting company to working in corporate America, Peg inspired and led people to connect with others and find their passion. Peg hosted her own TV show Passionate Leaders, Powerful People and authored multiple communication training programs for corporations such as Ford Motor Company and Carey International. Peg served on numerous boards and received more awards than can be counted from business groups, charities, and the Catholic Church. A portion of the proceeds from this book will be contributed to The University of Pennsylvania s bladder cancer research. This book, and other Courage of One products, is being handled by Peg s niece Mary DeCarlo, and daughter-in-law Alice O Neill. We are both moms with all the challenges you could imagine. This system has helped us personally more than words can say it is an honor to share it with the world.