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Your Leadership Legacy Podcast with Tina Paulus-Krause

Jan 16, 2020

On today's episode of Your Leadership Legacy Podcast, Tina Paulus-Krause talks with Louisa Percudani, contributing author of Live Now, speaker and host of the podcast Live Now. Louisa is passionate about encouraging others to live full out no matter what their circumstance.

Listen to her story that led her new blueprint in life is to simply live full out, right now in the present; to empower others and help them realize that they can integrate and transcend life’s twists and turns with courage, power, and grace.

Listen to this podcast to learn:

  • How her big life shift changed her and sent her on a spiritual journey
  • Her transformational journey in a midst of grief
  • How to find resources on dealing with cancer and grief
  • Her new experiment and book "Joy"
  • Her memoirs-in-the-making
  • What do we really remember about the people who are gone
  • How to live your life intentionally


Louisa's Leadership Legacy is:

"In honor of my husband [Russ Symmes] legacy, my mission is to spread our LIVE NOW message of positivity, resilience and living full out no matter what you are facing."


Featured book:
"Live Now: How I Found Purpose, Love, and Healing in the Face of a Terminal Illness" by Russ Symmes, Louisa's husband

Live Now Book

Russ Symmes would want you to know one thing: No matter what you are facing right now, live full out. For him, it was cancer. He turned a three-month prognosis into a decade of purpose, healing and finding love.

Russell K. Symmes (Russ) was an entrepreneur in video, film production and travel. He was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor at the age of thirty-three and began writing poems after his diagnosis.

A recipient of the Editor’s Choice Award for Outstanding Achievement in Poetry by the National Library of poetry. He dedicated his life to help other newly diagnosed brain cancer patients through the Bloch Cancer Hotline.

Russ lived a life of adventure with his wife, Louisa, family and many friends. He never missed an ASU football match. He was known by many as “The Big Kahuna,” a nickname given while a linebacker for Arizona State University.


Louisa Percudani

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Your Host:

Tina Paulus-Krause

Transformation & Leadership

Speaker | Trainer | Coach

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