Randy Kolibaba

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Randy Kolibaba was born in Grande Prairie, Alberta. Shortly after his mother and father divorced in 1964, he moved with his mother and brother into a small home on the lower east side of Calgary, Alberta.

Randy went on to have a long and storied career with Canada’s iconic national police force, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). While serving to protect the citizens of Canada, he was decorated twice for outstanding service to his country and formally acknowledged for exemplary service to the United Nations during his tour of duty in war-torn Kosovo, Yugoslavia.

Throughout the last four decades, Randy has dedicated his life to helping others—whether by upholding the law or helping the less fortunate in his community.

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Randy Kolibaba If I could provide any advice for an aspiring writer, it would be to hold onto your passion and don't let anyone deter you from your dream of writing.…moreIf I could provide any advice for an aspiring writer, it would be to hold onto your passion and don't let anyone deter you from your dream of writing. One of the biggest regrets of those who were dying was...they didn't live the life they dream of rather, they lived the life that people "expected" of them.(less)
Randy Kolibaba After having being diagnosed with a life threatening auto immune disease, I realized probably one of the hardest and often saddest reality that many p…moreAfter having being diagnosed with a life threatening auto immune disease, I realized probably one of the hardest and often saddest reality that many people come to in their lives and that is, I was not living the life I envisioned for myself. After having a "near death experience", I knew I had to make a positive change in my life. With that said, one of the biggest misconceptions we face in life is believing that we have time to wait for that elusive " someday" to how up in our life...but we really don't have time.

I knew I needed answers to some very tough questions I had about my life. I also knew that if I wanted to make those positive changes, I needed to be brutally honest with myself. The more I dug into my life and what I saw as emotion and physical obstacles, the more I found out countless others were having the same questions about their lives.

As such, I decided to write " Is this the life you Imagined: What if you were wrong?"(less)
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The world is evolving like we have never seen before. If this Covid19 virus isn't forcing us to focus on what's truly important in our lives, then we're all in trouble.

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The Shift by Wayne W. Dyer
“Becoming the observer (step back) you begin to live in process, trusting where our source is taking you. You begin to detach from the outcome. That detachment allows you to stop fighting and allows things to just come to you; you no longer make things happen but allow them to show up. The fight is gone!”
Wayne W. Dyer
The Spontaneous Healing of Belief by Gregg Braden
“Let yourself be silently drawn by
the stronger pull of what you really love.
— Rumi (C. 1207 C.E.-1273 C.E.), Sufi poet”
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Gregg Braden
“Let yourself be silently drawn by
the stronger pull of what you really love.
— Rumi (C. 1207 C.E.-1273 C.E.), Sufi poet”
Gregg Braden, The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits

Wayne W. Dyer
“Becoming the observer (step back) you begin to live in process, trusting where our source is taking you. You begin to detach from the outcome. That detachment allows you to stop fighting and allows things to just come to you; you no longer make things happen but allow them to show up. The fight is gone!”
Wayne W. Dyer, The Shift: Taking Your Life from Ambition to Meaning




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