"Paula was an inspiring, engaging speaker, and our audience connected with her story. She was a very good fit for our survivorship celebration." - Karen Hatfield, Survivorship Nurse Navigator, Moncrief Cancer Institute
Read Paula' Story, featured in Breast Cancer Wellness Magazine,
Halifax Health • Moncrief Cancer Institute • Gilda's Club • Broward Health Systems • Women's Healthcare Executive Network • Aventura
Comprehensive Cancer Center • Baptist Health Systems • Florida Breast Cancer Foundation • Oncology Nursing Society • Florida Marlins • Leukemia Lymphoma Society • SOS (Save Our Sisters) Dragon Boat Team • Southeast Florida Cancer Control Collaborative • Memorial Breast Centers
What's Next After Cancer Treatment Ends? LifeBook
Easy to read self-guided journal promotes healing by guiding people through the proven What's Next step-by-step process to return to "Normal" after active treatment is complete. Great for gifts or raffles.
Read about Paula's Survivor Coaching Work, featured in CURE Magazine
1. People remember Paula's stories. 2. Her messages are relevant to all audiences. 3. She is humorous, authentic, and relatable. 4. Her audiences feel empowered and inspired. 5. She is always professional and easy to work with.
Professional life coach, award winning author, and 20-year cancer survivor Paula Holland De Long's message of "Dare to Live What Matters Now" creates confidence, clarity, and empowerment for any audiences of any size, from 30 to thousands.
Her audiences walk away feeling they have grown as people, earning her the highest ratings from both her clients and their audiences. She has been featured in CURE, Breast Cancer Wellness, Coping with Cancer and other magazines and media, and is an official member of the National Cancer Survivor Day speaker bureau. When she's not speaking, coaching, or painting, Paula enjoys being outdoors with her husband and pets in sunny South Florida.
"Paula's urgency is contagious. I really needed a reminder to not take life so seriously. Everyone's noticed my stress has gone down." - Shannon Calt