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About the Author

Susan G. Lauermann
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Susan Lauermann is a woman who has worn many professional hats over the course of her 30-year career. Her favorite has become the one she wears when she is listening to a personal story -  be it of a friend or of a stranger. A story that needs a next chapter, but the person sharing the story doesn't know where the story should go. This is when Susan's head and heart begin to hum with possibility.

For most of her career, Susan worked on the people-side of change management - helping corporate cultures and the communities embrace change. To accomplish her goal, she needed to build understanding and trust that change leads to a wider net of opportunities. Seeking a new and different audience, Susan entered the retail arena in the area of high-end skin care and lingerie that opened her eyes to the changes affecting women of all ages every day and on a much more profound level.

Susan connected easily to her customers' heartbreak, frustration, and confusion as a result of a myriad of personal challenges she experienced in her own life. She learned her story is the story of many women.

The inspiration for "Everything Is Fine, But I'm Not Worried," emerged from the hope that her own madcap adventures could help women move forward confidently in the face of transition or a place of feeling "stuck."

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