Deaf doctor makes patients feel heard. Attitude is the most valuable possession you will ever carry with you.

Deaf doctor makes patients feel heard

What an awesome story! I love people who are disabled to prove that people can do anything else can do.

I did when I bet bypassed a bachelor’s degree and did the work of a master certification program the Chapman University in Orange California. I was the co-founder of the Epilepsy Connection helping people in three countries and various counties in California where I lived at the time.
At the Summit Meeting I held there people paid $250 to hear me speak, and I had a classroom of 50. I created a PowerPoint presentation explaining what epilepsy was but it wasn’t and how you can acquire it and I answered questions with handouts. at the beginning of the presentation I said a friend of mine had epilepsy and that’s why I always cared to help others. at the very end I said by the way, the friend was me.
People took a double take and looked with shock at me sayimg “I never would have known, as they shook my hand and said what an honor it was to meet me.

Anyone can do anything in this world, and we all carry some trial or tribulation on our shoulders.
Attitude is the key most important possession you’ll ever take with you in your life.

Paulette L Motzko in
Huntington Beach, CA
Photography by Nick Belman.
Graphic design and photo editing by PLM Studios,
Paulette Motzko

Written by
Paulette Le Pore Motzko
May 27th 2015
4:26 a.m.

Mattie’s Writing, Advocacy, & Honors – Mattie J.T. Stepanek Foundation

Mattie J.T Stepanek was a rare soul that walks the earth only once to inspire and illustrate with every written word how strong someone could be, in spite of being diagnosed with a rare for of muscular dystrophy.
He touched the face of God in 2004, but his words live on and in his foundation and other things he created to inspire and give peace to others.

One of the seven books Maddie J.T. Stepanek wrote in his very short but extraordinary life.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Friends Becoming Family and Answered Prayers


Always be grateful for the people in your life that enrich it by their presence.


My friend Leonardo Valencia is one of my best friends in the world here and has become family. We met inJune of last year, when I moved from Southern California to Las Vegas….my new desert home.

My friend David Rayburn is one of the nicest men I have ever known, and I was blessed when I moved on my apartment here and he became my neighbor and now great friend. He is strong, courageous, funny and sweet and we are two doors away from eachother. I have someone who loves my cooking and truly appreciates me and who I am. It seems that we both possess what the other needs.

My friend Ron B and I go back about ten years and we talk nearly every day, even though he lives in a small town back east called Hollistan, MA. Distance knows no boundaries when it comes to great friends and the bond that they share between each other.

My friend Francesca Cangiolosi and I met when I had my cooking blog called “Cooking Up a Storm All Over The World” up and running. I couldn’t afford to keep it running on Ning. Com and was having trouble with billing, so I let what I created over six years vanish off cyberspace. It was a conscious decision on my part I don’t regret. Friends now family like Francesca. She not only cooks really great but has a heart of gold and is one of the smartest most courageous people I have ever known. I am so grateful to know her.
She has been there through the good and the bad and stood beside me to weather the storms; that is a true friend. When she offered for me to come live with her, she became family.

Sometimes friends are better with who your family turns out to become. People change and are motivated to do cruel and evil things for monetary gain. Mine did but I can only be concerned with the fact that I held on to what mattered values and great friends emerge through the darkest of times.

Great friends enable you to see the strength in yourself you didn’t know you had.

Also, look around you and count the many blessings you prayed for and we’re given the answer to your prayers.



Jot down some of the things that made you know God was listening to every word of every prayer.

Note: In no way are all my friends mentioned here. They would be too numerous to mention.

Written by
Paulette Le Pore Motzko

March 2015
Painted Pictures of Laguna Woods From a Distance, Simple Flowers, and Lucky Streak photos by Paulette L Motzko, PLM Studios.

Copyright March 5th, 2015
7:27 p.m.

It’s the Final Countdown!

It is for reasons like Miss May’s courageous story of her battle with cancer that makes me want to do everything I am able to find the cure in my life time.

God bless you Miss May.

I had tears in my eyes as I read your story here. I was diagnosed with first stage hypertension at Desert Springs Hospital this week, which nothing compared to what you have faced and still will face.

I would love to stay in touch with you and be Soul Sisters how thrive instead of survive.

I will pray your cancer goes completely in remission and is eradicated out of your life.
I also hope the blood pressure medicine I took for the first time today, I wont have to take soon as the stressors are lifted from my world.


Paulette Le Pore Motzko
I created an informative newsletter called The Quest For The Cancer Cure that I know you would appreciate.

I pray for only the best things for you and your husband and family.

Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Creator of Totally Inspired Mind: Where Positive Minds Congregate

The world is changed by your example, not your opinion. – Paul Coelho

What values do you bring to the world that have been consistent and have helped others because you stood up for them?

What are you passionate about to change the quality of other’s lives by your example?

Think about this.

There is a positive or negative chain reaction for everything that happens in the worth.

Apathy brings no action at all and in my opinion is the worst crime in the world, when you know you CAN DO SOMETHING to change the affairs of another.




Images & Quotes of Paul Coelho found on Pinterest
Title taken from Quote from Paul Coelho
Text Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
November 2, 2014
12:31 p.m.

Testing Typing Missing Two Fingers (My ring finger is fractured and the other is bandaged)

The last two weeks have surely been a test in patience, will,adapting, courage and of my pain thresh hold.

Here at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf sipping on some hot green tea and a madelaine, wishing the place stayed open a few more hours than minutes.

I am understanding more clearly what it is meant when you lose a sense or the loss of a body part-temporarily in my case, and how the others get stronger and make up for its absence.





On the long ride home, typing with two thumbs on my MYTouch Q smart phone, I want to report that the day had a wonderful ending. After the first coffee & tea shop closed, I walked across the street to Starbucks where I met Jon Valmont, the Director & Founder of

After talking about what I do for a living: writing feature stories for restaurants, press releases, presentations etc, he hired me to be a regular content writer for his company.

He was specifically looking for more good writers for his company, and I was looking for work. The perfect match made only at Starbucks.

My slogan for Starbucks: “It isn’t so much what’s in your cup, but who walks through the door!”



I recently played my first game of pool with two friends of mine. My friend gave me the photo earlier tonight and I created a HD version of the photo and added the borders that matched the green on the table.

I immediately thought of this analogy:

Accomplishing your goals is a lot like playing a good game of pool.
Both require you to:

1. Concentrate and Focus
2. Use Strategy
3. AIM FOR WHAT YOU WANT and shoot your best shot
4. Be persistent
5. Even if the ball doesn’t go in the pocket you want, that doesn’t mean you end the game.
6. You keep playing, find new techniques and perfect your craft so you can win the game.

In this case, life is the game and although none of us know “what hands we are dealt” as in cards, you play it and learn everything you can about winning the game, or your specialty, and you will, like an archer, hit the bull’s eye!

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Copyright 2013