Article written by tambre

I help cancer survivors and caregivers to move from surviving to thriving.

7 responses to “Summit ~ Making it to the Top”

  1. Roberta Budvietas

    My husband used to do a lot of climbing. Personally life’s journey is enough but the interesting thing is that you go up
    and down. You only stay at the summit for a short time

  2. Roy A. Ackerman,PhD, EA@

    Mentors, advisors, sherpas…
    We all have climbed on the shoulders of others to reach our summits- or to continue striving upward and onward.
    The same applies in developing new therapies- we learn from others, apply their findings, which leads to better treatments, yet.
    Strive on…

  3. Keith Davis

    Hi Tambre

    “When you create a vision of what your summit… …….have you also generated a training and support plan to increase your chances of success?”

    That is one great question and mano of us would have to reply… no!

    Thing is, the web promises overnight success, unlimited riches with minimum effort.
    All you have to do is send a small cheque to….LOL

    Doesn’t work like that as you full well know.

    Thanks for a gentle reminder and I wish you well with your climb to the summit.

  4. Lynn Brown

    Reaching the top happens many times over and over again. We see the hill or mountain and, the way I look at it, as long as we keep moving forward and upward, we are taking the path of success.

    Enjoyed your post Tambre and is a great reminder that its important to never give up.

  5. Samantha Bangayan

    What an important lesson, Tambre! Thanks for the reminder that even what can be a solitary activity like mountaineering can be enhanced by the support of others!

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