Founder of Gaughen (GONE) Global Public Relations in Santa Barbara, California, Barbara Gaughen-Muller has devoted her life to a better world and serves as president of the Santa Barbara and Tri-County chapter of the United Nations Association of the United States of America (UNA-USA). Inspired by her late husband, Dr. Robert Muller, former United Nations Assistant Secretary-General (www.RobertMuller.org), and her mentor Edward Bernays, her socially responsible public relations firm is now in its twenty-fifth year. Previously she was the director of the Industry Education Council and the National Alliance of Business. Her public relations company has won numerous awards, including Best PR Firm for five consecutive years. Current clients include Bragg Live Food Products, Inc. and Patricia Bragg, Dan Poynter, Global Ebook Awards (www.globalebookawards.com), and National Urban Search and Rescue. Author of Book Blitz, she created National Book Blitz Month, held annually in January, to honor the world’s authors, and she is past president of the Book Publicists of Southern California. Her radio show, Inspiring Conversations, featured business, educational, and spiritual leaders and was broadcast worldwide from the Radio for Peace International. Together with Robert Muller, she developed daily E-ideas for a better world, which can be found at http://www.goodmorningworld.org. She was a Hollywood Rotarian, is a Creative Member of the Club of Budapest, and serves on the board of Surgical Eye Expeditions (SEE) International.
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How Can I Step into the Impossible?

How Can I Step into the Impossible?

Have you ever asked yourself this question?

It’s also a question that many have asked me after my speeches, seminars and quite often as president of the United Nations Association.

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THE WISDOM OF COLLABORATION

As the owner of a public relations firm and the president of a non-governmental organization (NGO), I’m constantly working with the leaders of our Santa Barbara, California community. One thing stands out consistently: we all find ourselves reaching out for answers, information, and resources for situations that can almost be described as impossible.

As I talk to business owners, heads of other non-profits, elected officials, and people on the street, it seems clear that a new approach to our challenges is essential. We know that meaningful economic and social change is in order. But how do we address these challenges as opportunities with a new sense of enthusiasm and the confidence that something positive can happen and solutions will appear?

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