Congratulations …
Starr Daubenmire – Latest Addition to AWAI’s Wall of Fame

In the 3-4-2010 issue of Inside AWAI, we told you about Starr Daubenmire’s incredible one-year transformation. In January of 2009, she was laid off from her corporate job. In her late 50s and having health problems, Starr wasn’t feeling good about her job prospects. So she dusted off her Accelerated Program for Six-Figure Copywriting and got to work.

By the end of the year, Starr was writing copy for Don Mahoney and having copy reviewed by none other than Michael Masterson.

Starr’s advice: “Swallow your doubts and get going – there’s no ‘perfect’ time.”

Today, we’re thrilled to congratulate Starr as our newest Wall of Fame Member. Read more about Starr’s story here.

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Published: March 11, 2010

3 Responses to “Congratulations … Starr Daubenmire – Latest Addition to AWAI’s Wall of Fame”

  1. Starr: Congratulations to you for your success. Thank you for sharing and caring. Your "Swallow your doubts..." phrase moves me to another level. Thank you.


  2. Congratulations Star on this momentous achievement and example for many to follow---that despite a setback you had a huge comeback...


  3. Congrats Star you have motivated me to continue on with the program and one day have my name on the Wall of Fame

    David Adame

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