Kathy Sparrow

Kathy Sparrow

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Take Flight with the Sparrow

An international bestselling co-author of "Ignite Your Leadership" & university professor, I assist individuals in embracing life as an adventure & reaching for their highest potential. I also emphasize the importance of knowing & sharing our story.

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Travels from San Diego, CA (US)

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Kathy Sparrow
Kathy Sparrow - Motivational Speaker

Kathy Sparrow Enterprises, LLC

Take Flight with the Sparrow

An international bestselling co-author of "Ignite Your Leadership" & university professor, I assist individuals in embracing life as an adventure & reaching for their highest potential. I also emphasize the importance of knowing & sharing our story.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from San Diego, CA

Kathy Sparrow - Motivational Speaker

Kathy Sparrow

Kathy Sparrow Enterprises, LLC

Take Flight with the Sparrow

An international bestselling co-author of "Ignite Your Leadership" & university professor, I assist individuals in embracing life as an adventure & reaching for their highest potential. I also emphasize the importance of knowing & sharing our story.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: San Diego, CA

For more information about booking Kathy Sparrow,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/KathySparrow/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Clinging on the Edge of Potato Chip Rock

June has arrived and the June Gloom of San Diego lifted on the day of the full moon. After what seemed like weeks of dreary grey, I was ready to be outside….and so was my family. It was time for a full moon hike and the decision was made to go to Mount Woodson’s Potato […]...

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Ascending the Manitou Incline

You have to risk going too far to discover just how far you can really go. – Jim Rohn I first caught a glimpse of the Manitou Incline in October of 2016. I was riding with Merril, who holds multiple roles in my life…suffice it to say, she’s like Gayle is to Oprah. We were […]...

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Making Peace with Life

My mother passed away in December. And in Upstate New York, there are no burials once the snow starts flying until well into spring. Spring is here and the burial is now just a few weeks away. As the time draws closer to lay my mother in her resting place, next to my father, her […]...

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The Masks We Wear

As Halloween approached memories from my childhood are bubbling up to the surface. One in particular captured my attention.   When I was about five, my Uncle Ed created a costume for me. Tradition was that we dressed up, went trick or treating around the neighborhood, and then the community gathered at the local firehouse […]...

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Renewing My Vows

Upon wakening one morning earlier this week, I pulled the blankets up close to my chin. This was the first indication that there was change in the air after weeks of heat and humidity that I thought I had left behind when I moved to California. Stepping out of bed, the early morning chill kissed […]...

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The Lives We Touch

I first met Hank on a rainy Christmas morning three years ago. He was sitting on the sidewalk outside of Peet’s Coffee cafe where Jude, Max, and I were about to celebrate our good deeds. We’d just spent the last hour or so delivering bags of goodies to the homeless. The idea to begin a […]...

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Right in Front of My Face

For the past few weeks, I’ve felt like I’ve been hit by a truck. Despite seeming that life is rolling along on my Facebook page and that I’m in a state of joy and happiness––and I am when I’m with Jude and Max––for the most part I’m feeling pretty miserable.   I have at my […]...

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Are You Afraid of the “C” Word?

  A year ago, almost to the day, I settled into the driver’s seat of my car, with the key poised near the ignition, and I heard the words:    “If you can’t commit to yourself, how can anyone else?” An earthquake reverberated through my body that shook me to my core. That was it. […]...

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Disappointing Myself

A few weeks ago, Jude and Max were spending the night. We’d watched a movie, I’d given them a bath, and we had a dessert––vanilla ice cream, with M&Ms, and a dollop of peanut butter.   My time with the boys always allows me to slow down and appreciate some of the simpler things in […]...

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Dancing on the Edge with Mom

Two and half years ago, I stormed out of my mother’s house after unloading a lifetime of resentment, frustration, and anger on her. I’ll spare you the details, but in essence, it wasn’t pretty. I took a plane the very next day to San Diego to be with my children, someplace I had hoped to […]...

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