Grief is a normal response to loss, and most people will experience it at sometime in their lives. Sometimes grief can be so painful that it is difficult to imagine life ever returning to normal. But, what if grief was a gift to us? Sue Corbran found a gift after her husband died from cancer. She has learned to embrace life again and began to pursue her dreams so she could bring comfort to others who suffer loss or isolation.
Have you discovered your creative genius or are you living life trying to fit someone else's shoes? You have a unique song that plays in your heart, and maybe you've lost step with it, but it's still there waiting to be uncovered again. This creative expression is your truest self and brings fulfillment to your life, while inspiring those around you.
One of the biggest frustrations for my clients is not having enough time to do the things they most desire. And, if we’re really honest, our perceived time constraints are mostly due to the fact that we allow less important things to take priority so we never seem to have the time for what we really want. So, this month in One Degree Shift, we tackled time management to see if we could shift our mindset concerning our time. Mindset? Yes, each of us has a way of thinking about time. In Stephen R. Covey’s book, First Things First, he [...]
If you often say you don't have enough time to get it all done, you'll never say it again after reading Miriam's story. Miriam spent her formative years in the jungles of Zaire, and now she enjoys the adventures of raising 16 children. She is an award-winning writer and passionate about helping young moms find beauty in the simple things of life.
Get ready to be encouraged by someone defying the odds and making her dream come true. Ilda Grimaldo got her passion and determination from her parents, and she is proof that you don't have to be held back by your background. Her story will motivate you to keep going and never, never quit!
Life is too short to wake up in the morning with regrets. Kathi Palmer believes in the adage, "When life gives you a chance, take it!" She continues to take steps outside her comfort zone, bravely stretching herself and her potential to new heights. Today Kathi is pursuing her passions and doing what she really enjoys.
In selling, it’s all about doing what you know each and every day. Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will your sales quota. Whether you are a veteran climber in the sales field or a newbie traveler, the same steps that make one person successful work for others too.