Hello beautiful people!
I’m Dr. Shelley and I am a woman on a mission. I am the wife of an incredibly loving husband and the mother of three amazing children. Who would want more? As a podiatric physician, and executive producer at PlumbTalk Productions, I firmly believe that we all have gifts – you have yours and I have mine. I have made it my life’s passion to focus my gifts on uplifting and inspiring others.
I was born in Renton, Washington and have always had a life-long love for nature. I adore hiking, biking and camping with family and friends.
Bounce Back for Adversity
Check Fear at the Door
The Power of the Positive Mindset
Follow the Yellow Brick Road: A Journey of Self-Exploration
Living a Life Rich in Resilience and Vitality
Video Marketing 2020
Video Editing for Amateurs
Home Studio 101
PlumbTalk Video Coaching Workshop
Video Script Writing Workshop
Shelley Plumb presented a professional development seminar to the students of Keiser University entitled “Check Your Fear at The Door.” The students notated on their evaluation forms that they “Strongly Agree” or “Agree” on all aspects of her presentation and provided written feedback such as; ‘I learned ways to help my fear of public speaking and I feel much better to know it is common’, ‘I believe the workshop was perfect’ and ‘I think she definitely hit some key points on public speaking that I will be using’. I recommend her as a speaker and educator.
Dr. Shelley Plumb’s energy is contagious! I now have the confidence to get out and light up the world!
Dr Shelley Plumb has been coming to our facility for several months speaking on a variety of topics. She is a fabulous speaker and presents herself in the most classy, articulate, interesting, fun, energetic and compassionate way possible! She is loved by all of our Assisted Living residents as well as all of our staff that she interacts with!
Follow me as I relive real-life events from the past—from my mother’s shocking and sudden death when I was a child to divorce, sexual harassment, my grandmother’s death, and the delicate balance between being a professional woman and a wife and mother. My reflections also bring forth important realizations about the foundations we build our lives on. If they are not solid, we won’t be able to handle stresses when they come our way.