Have you ever suffered from doubt, procrastination, fear, depression, lack of confidence or low self-esteem? Have you ever found it hard to create positive habits that stick? Do you feel trapped in your own life? In How a Postage Stamp Saved My Life, author and speaker Meiko S. Patton opens up about how close she came to taking her life and how a simple postage stamp chanted it all. Meiko not only reveals how she suffered from almost every negative emotion you can think of, but more importantly she reveals a framework of how she overcame them and how you can too. About Meiko S. Patton 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 a best-selling author. Meiko has been published by Huffington Post, Medium, Entrepreneur.com and a host of other outlets. She loves to travel, run marathons, volunteer in her community and learn new languages. She currently resides in Sacramento, CA.