In this Post in regard to Michelle Dewberry --  and in the previous Guest Post by C. Gallagher in regard to "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind" the story of William -- these two examples show just how, despite great adversity, there exists a certain type of person who can rise above what life has exposed to them in their younger years, and in doing so spend so much of their future life assisting others, who could so easily lose their way in their future life path.

I am presently reading a book called "Anything is Possible" -  it is the story of Michelle Dewberry.

"By the time Sir Alan Sugar uttered the magic words `You're hired'  - Michelle had risen from supermarket checkout girl to high-earning business woman.  But her own tough apprenticeship had already been served.

This book reveals Michelle's courageous determination to transform personal tragedy into the driving force that has led to her success in business, writing, television and life coaching.  This frank autobiography shows Michelle's warm and fun-loving spirit, and her inspirational story is proof that if you believe in yourself, anything is possible."