About

Patti Clark


Patti Clark is an award winning author and accomplished speaker and workshop leader dedicated to helping people through various life transitions on their journey to an extraordinary life. For more than 30 years, and over several continents, Patti has been sharing her knowledge and wisdom with others. She is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area and graduated from U.C. Berkeley. She has taught English at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and at Oregon State University.  Patti’s work has been featured in several publications including The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe,  and The Mindful Word. Patti now travels around the globe facilitating workshops, and is about to launch a new series of interactive workshops online. Patti spends part of her time in the United States, and part of her time in New Zealand. She and her husband and their two sons live near the beach on the Coromandel Peninsula. This Way Up is the Winner of International Excellence Self-Help Book of the Year 2017!


 

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  1. What a lovely blog you have here Patti! Some excellent ideas, thoughts and inspirations! And I’m sure you know I have this thing about sunflowers – what a lovely profile pic! Keep up the excellent work Patti! Will be stopping by regularly to see what your are up to, until then….keep shining!

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    • Thank you for your kind words Susan. I really liked the line on your blog – “Moving from Feminism to Humanism” – Wonderful!
      I look forward to reading more of your posts in the future, I will be stopping by your blog as well.

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  2. Your blog is lovely, and I am really inspired by your work! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and giving me that opportunity to be introduced to yours (:

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  3. Thanks for stopping by and liking my post – I’ve had a quick look around here and like what I see too.
    I was born in Thames and grew up in Auckland – sometimes I miss it incredibly
    All the best

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    • Thanks Johann. I really enjoy your writing. I too live in Wisconsin occasionally! My husband and I teach at UW Madison periodically. We will be returning to Madison this summer as a matter of fact. My sister lives there. I love spending time there.

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  4. Patti, thanks for following my 80Insights blog and liking the new feature I started, To Do Today, a reminder of things we can each do to contribute to happier more productive lives. I enjoyed your blog postings and look forward to following your future posts.

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