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Robin Palmer
Robin (Boudreau) Palmer starred in Broadway musicals for fifteen years. Some favorites include playing Linda Ronstadts little sister in The Pirates of Penzance with Kevin Kline, co-starring with David Cassidy in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and singing Memory in the Broadway National Tour of CATS.

As the President and Co-Founder of My Successables™ Inc., Robin has invented My Wake UP Call® Motivational Alarm Clock® Messages and My Good Night Messages™ - patented morning and evening five-minute messages that start and end every day positively.

Customers choose from sixteen product lines that help them to wake up and work out, lose weight for life, relieve stress, wake up to success, enjoy falling asleep and sleeping well – safely and naturally, and more, with well-known wellness experts and thought leaders with, and

My Wake UP Call has been featured in SHAPE, SELF, Oxygen, Woman’s World, USA Today, on Fox and NBC TV and @TEDx – Robin Palmer – The Most Important Minutes of Your Day and

Entries by Robin Palmer

It Is Never Too Late to Have a Happy Adulthood

(0) Comments | Posted December 11, 2013 | 11:45 AM

I've known my mother all of my life. As a helpless young bystander, I watched her marriage to my father unravel until she finally cut the cord. With three young chicks tucked under her wing, she packed up the pieces of her heart and flew us to NYC to marry...

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Got Gas? My Road Trip to San Francisco

(0) Comments | Posted November 25, 2013 | 8:30 AM

I was so excited to attend Dreamforce in San Francisco this year, along with 130,000 other tech enthusiasts from all over the globe. The annual conference is hosted by Salesforce, with CEO, Marc Benioff as the Master of Ceremonies. This year's keynotes included Yahoo CEO, Marissa Mayer, Facebook...

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Out of This World: My Spectacular Birthday Gift This Year

(3) Comments | Posted November 11, 2013 | 4:19 PM

To help celebrate my birthday this week, my husband, Tom, kindly offered to take me and our two Maltese dogs, Hope and Faith, for a sunset sand run at my favorite beach in Malibu. I love this beach -- it is one if my favorite places on the planet.

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The Most Important Minutes of Your Day

(1) Comments | Posted September 27, 2013 | 12:34 PM

Do you make the most of the most important minutes of your day?
If you are like most people in the "human race," you are so busy running through the paces of your day that you are not sure which minutes would rate as being most important. And...

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My Workout With Fitness Guru Richard Simmons

(0) Comments | Posted May 1, 2013 | 11:10 AM

Working out with Richard Simmons was so much fun, I didn't want it to end. If you are in the L.A. area, you have to check out Richard Simmons' classes at his studio in Beverly Hills. It was definitely the most enjoyable and energy-filled exercise class I've ever experienced! Picture the exact opposite environment of a tranquil yoga workout. I laughed so hard at Richard's antics and jokes during class that I could feel my abs working overtime. Equally enjoyable were Richard's spontaneous serenades of favorite phrases from several Broadway musicals, belted out with so much enthusiasm that Mama Rose would have been proud.

Underneath his campy exterior, Richard Simmons has a heart of gold. In the middle of class, he paused the music, turned to me and asked, "Who are you? You have such a sweet spirit." I replied, "Hi Richard and everyone! I'm Robin Palmer." Richard asked if I did voiceover work, so I responded that I had starred in Broadway musicals for 15 years. So, when he asked which shows I had done, I answered that I had played Linda Ronstadt's sister in The Pirates of Penzance with Kevin Kline, had co-starred with David Cassidy in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and had sung "Memory" in the Broadway National Tour of CATS. And then, standing in the middle of about 200 sweaty exercise enthusiasts, Richard asked me to sing "Memory." So I belted out a few bars, at which Richard and the class applauded enthusiastically.

He asked what I do now and I told him and my fellow workout enthusiasts that I had invented My Wake UP Call Motivational Alarm Clock Messages, including My Workout Wake UP Call Messages -- patented, daily five-minute messages that motivate listeners to wake up and work out, for which I received another round of heartwarming praise. Then, as instructed, we picked up our weights and carried on with the class.

I wasn't the only one who was touched by Richard's openhearted kindness. At the end of class, he called up two women to the front of the studio who were celebrating their birthdays today and gave both of them birthday gifts.

And then Richard gave all of us a gift straight from his heart. He said he was aware that some people in the class had been hurt by people who had never apologized for doing them wrong, and that they were still hanging on to the hope they would someday receive an apology.

Richard said, "Often those people who haven't asked for our forgiveness still haven't forgiven themselves for hurting us. So how could we expect an apology, when they haven't even forgiven themselves?"

So, simply and powerfully, Richard told them that he was so sorry they had been hurt, and asked his students to forgive and let go of holding on to the hurt. I glanced around the room and noticed that many of my classmates had tears in their eyes.

Richard Simmons "Sweat" class was my fantasy exercise class -- a real full body workout, inside and out. If my abdominal muscles were not sore from laughing so much, I'd think I had been dreaming!

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Is Your Bedroom a Sacred Space?

(1) Comments | Posted April 29, 2013 | 12:42 PM

On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate your bedroom as a sleep-friendly environment? Have you created a sacred space exclusively used for sleep, sex and self-care? If not, here are some practical tips I've learned to turn your sleep space into the sacred space of your dreams.

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Got Insomnia?

(0) Comments | Posted April 11, 2013 | 5:54 PM

Do you suffer from insomnia or sleep deprivation? Do you know someone who does? Sleep deprivation is affecting millions of people every night and is a leading cause of health issues like obesity, heart disease and diabetes. [1]

Sleeping pills are among the most widely-prescribed medications today. [2]...

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