Success by the Numbers? Numerology Says It All Adds Up

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There are surprising depths to Stacy Allison, a woman who has reached incredible heights both literally and personally.

“Failure is part of the process,” Stacy Allison says of her Mt. Everest climb. It took two efforts to reach the top and become the first American woman climber to do so. It was a learning experience both times but the first afforded a special opportunity for personal growth.

As Allison tells her story, host Debbie Dunne interjects, “That is so typical of a seven!” and “four; you’re living up to your four.” And, “If we’re learning from something, how can it be a mistake?”

Listen to Debbie Dunne every week at, an affiliate of, as she combines her love of people with her expertise at numerology on “Speaking of Numerology.” Dunne’s guests learn as much about themselves as listeners do about them, which makes for an exciting process of discovery and an unusual half hour.

Coming up in August you can hear Dunne work her special interview magic with guests Stacey Mayo, author of “I Can’t Believe I Get Paid To Do This” and founder of The Center for Balanced Living and then Lisa Earle McLeod, keynote speaker and hysterically funny author of “Forget Perfect.”

In Dunne’s most recent “Speaking of Numerology” interview, Stacy Allison shared her joy of climbing, her reasons for telling about her experience of abuse in her book “A Woman's Triumph on Everest,” and about her life now; her children and her construction business, both of which are enriched by that tall mountain whose summit stands firmly in the center of her life.

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