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

4 responses to “What Matters”

  1. Roy A. Ackerman, Ph.D., E.A. @Cerebrations.biz

    I, too, Tambre find my time driving from one locale to another a wonderful opportunity to “work out the kinks”. Many of my new product/process concepts resulted from the trip between Dulles Airport and Charlottesville, Long Beach and Tucson, Chicago and Milwaukee, and Alexandria and Philadelphia.
    It’s the solitude of the journey in the car, the vistas we see, as far as I can tell, that afford us this opportunity.
    I never had felt (or achieved) the same results when I travel by plane…

  2. Roberta Budvietas

    I often find that I distract my hands so my brain can work Long drives do wonders but I find flying especially over oceans quite a good time too. And then there is that time just before sleep or waking when the world is perfect and I allow the mind to be

  3. Lynn Brown

    I do some of my best thinking on our road trips! I agree Tambre, there should always be time we set aside to reflect on our motivation and purpose. But also still keeping in perspective of what really matters and for me, its in the moment. Sounds like you had a wonderful trip, not only for yourself but bringing joy into others lives as well.

  4. Lisa Kanarek

    I fly more than I drive, but you’re right that a long road trip is a good way to think, plan and reflect. It’s definitely less hectic than racing to catch a flight and trying to relax while being smashed in a plane like sardines. Thanks for the good reminder to slow down and enjoy each moment.

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