Meiko S. Patton

Biography

In 2008, while employed by the U.S. Postal Service as a Letter Carrier in Los Angeles, Meiko’s life was served a devastating blow when her 59-year-old mom was diagnosed and later died from Stage IV colon and liver cancer. After her mom’s death, Meiko spiraled into a deep depression.

One day, while contemplating suicide, the thought of a postage stamp popped into her mind. That thought saved her life. That was nearly 10 years ago.

Today, Meiko is an Amazon #1 Best-Selling Author of How a Postage Stamp Saved My Life and Founder of Never Ever Give Up Academy.

Meiko helps entrepreneurs skyrocket their self-confidence so that they can begin working on that new product or online course they’ve been thinking about. She believes the best way to gain confidence in any area is to take massive action by first writing a book.

She also helps federal employees shrink their fears and encourages them to achieve their financial goals outside of their 9 to 5 careers. She also helps individuals dealing with recurring negative thoughts to transform them into positive ones.

Meiko’s work can be seen on Entrepreneur.com, Huffington Post, Life Hack, BlogHer, Govloop.com Fedsmith.com, Careers in Government and Postal Posts.

Meiko loves to travel, run marathons, volunteer in her community, count her steps with Fitbit and learn new languages.
Meiko has lived in Los Angeles, CA, San Diego, CA, and she currently resides in Sacramento, CA.

Where to find Meiko S. Patton online


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Books

How a Postage Stamp Saved My Life - 21 Powerful Tips to Defeat Depression, Skyrocket Your Self-Confidence & Achieve Your Goals
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 37,730. Language: English. Published: October 11, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Confidence and self-esteem
In 2008, while employed by the U.S. Postal Service as a Letter Carrier in Los Angeles, Meiko's life was served a devastating blow when her 59-year-old mom was diagnosed and later died from Stage IV colon and liver cancer. After her mom's death, Meiko spiraled into a deep depression. One day, while contemplating suicide, the thought of a postage stamp saved her life.

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confidence    depression    fear    goals    habits    procrastination    stamp    suicide