Kellie Fitzgerald: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur

Kellie Fitzgerald is an Author, Editor, Publisher, and Entrepreneur.

Kellie Fitzgerald has arrived at this particular point in her life by taking the scenic route, often filled with pitfalls and new beginnings. She tells people in her workshops and interviews “I did not have an idyllic childhood, this lead to my not having an idyllic first marriage. This lead directly to my experiencing a number of illnesses and other negative events.”  Once Kellie escaped the abusive first marriage she began living a spiritual path. Then she found herself fighting for her life as surgeries followed illnesses and bouts of depression threatened to push her over the edge completely.

Once free of abuse and in better health Kellie began starting businesses of her own.  While some were successful, many were not. Her continued battle with both physical and mental illnesses made periods of her life very difficult.

Kellie has started over from scratch often throughout her life. Each time she emerged stronger and more determined that before.

Currently she owns a real estate brokerage, the Positive Transformation Network on Blogtalk Radio and her true passion-project IbbiLane Press. IbbiLane Press is a rapidly-growing hybrid publishing company created with the author in mind.  She also continues working with aspiring entrepreneurs to help them make their entrepreneurial dreams come true.

In my interview with Kellie Fitzgerald we discuss her book “When on The Road to Enlightenment, Don’t Forget to Take Out The Trash” and her other adventures (ventures) in writing.

During our conversation we discussed:

  • What it is about this human-thing that makes us fixate on the darker bits of life rather than the light & joy
  • Why it is so valuable to acknowledge and release the anger, hurt, and sorrow on the way to enlightenment
  • What causes repetitive patterns.

Kellie also gifted us with some wonderful words of wisdom like:

“You can’t go wrong being true to yourself.” Kellie Fitzgerald


“Be your own appreciative audience, not your own worst critic.” Kellie Fitzgerald

You can find out more about Kellie here and purchase her book here.

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