Welcome to the 114th episode of the Give A Heck podcast!
Today’s episode is another heartwarming story of bravery, understanding, and love. Kim shares her story of battling her cancer while also dealing with her husband’s cancer and losing him six weeks after diagnosis.
Despite the loss, she is grateful that her husband did not suffer long. Out of this experience, she gained clarity and breathed healing through her words in the books she authored.
Kim also talked about her experience in Haiti after it was hit by an earthquake that left horror in its wake.
To learn more about Kim’s story, tune in to this episode, and may you find your path toward healing and true love!
In this episode, you’ll learn about the following:
- Kim’s story
- Her first business and how it evolved
- What it’s like to write a book about something so personal.
- About Haiti
- Why you don’t need to be everybody’s person.
About Kim Sorrelle:
Kim Sorrelle is a writer, speaker, entrepreneur, the director of a humanitarian organization, activist, mother, grandmother, lover of all people and black licorice.
Kim’s entrepreneurial journey included commercial real estate, a golf course, event facilities, catering, a grocery store, and more.
Kim is the director of Rays of Hope International, a partnering organization working with people in their own country who have a passion, a vision, and a mission to help people in their own country and need someone to walk alongside them. Through business plans, fundraising, sustainability planning, supplies, building, and working in countries like Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Burkina Faso, Rays of Hope has enjoyed relationships with hundreds of organizations working hard to help the underserved and vulnerable population.
In 2009, while battling breast cancer, Kim’s love, Steve, received a pancreatic cancer diagnosis. After six great weeks together, Kim held Steve as he took his last breath. Her first book, Cry Until You Laugh, chronicles that journey through laughter and tears and laughter again.
Kim’s award-winning best seller, Love Is, came from a desire to know the true meaning of love, an enlightening journey that led to life-changing discoveries found mainly on the streets of Haiti.
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