Tick Boot Camp

Episode 269: From No to Success - an interview with Leanne Pearson

Ms. Pearson overcame naysayers to end a lengthy diagnostic Lyme journey and become a singer / songwriter

9 months ago

Leanne Pearson is a 32-year-old Country Rock singer songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee and Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. She has written and produced several popular songs including “Miles Away,” “Little Man,” and the TikTok famous “Caturday.”

Ms. Pearson’s professional and personal life plans were more times than not rejected by her family, friends, and teachers. She was told she could not be a professional singer/songwriter and she was told she was not sick during her lengthy Lyme diagnostic journey. “No” was a constant theme in Ms. Pearson’s early life.

Despite all the naysayers in her early life, Ms. Pearson has become a highly regarded singer/songwriter and she overcame 25 years of medical misdiagnosis by locating and working with a naturopathic doctor that tied together her migrating/random symptoms and diagnosed her with Lyme disease.

If you would like to learn more about how a Country Rock singer/songwriter moved from “No” to personal and professional success, then tune in now!

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