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Lark Dean Galley has been called the "Time and Money Guru" because she's so passionate about both. Each is a resource that should be cultivated and guarded as a sacred trust. Through actively studying these topics for over 30 years, she understands what each can teach us and how our thoughts create our experience -- whether good or bad -- with both Time and Money.

While working in Corporate America, she earned a multiple six figure income with 88% of her earnings coming from commissions. She left in 2011 to become a private consultant allowing her to finally achieve the time flexibility she craved. Lark has noticed that it's usually those without money who are constantly consumed by it. Having come a long way from her very humble beginnings, she's made it her mission to share what she's learned to help others.
Lark has 25 years sales experience, was the top Global Senior Sales Rep for a Fortune 500 company, is a graduate from the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program, runs her own training company, participated in various startup companies, and is a partner in a trucking company. She has traveled around the world, competed in Olympic length triathlons, won 1st Place in the Toast Masters Area 41 International Speech Contest, and continues to pursue personal growth on all fronts. Her family life is full with four children, four grandchildren, and a husband who is a full time engineer and part time Lieutenant Colonel for the Army Reserves.

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