By tambre on July 22, 2011
Coaching is one of my strengths. So is writing. I’m learning my way through the social media frontier, however I am clearly not an expert in this area.
My process is to start with making my best attempt. If I don’t get the results I need, then I have learned to turn to the experts and to ask for help. So…911…I need some help. If cancer has touched your life, then this call is VERY much for you!! Continue reading “911 Call 2 Action To Make A Difference”
By tambre on July 20, 2011
Gratitude. The word alone reminds me of something soft and gentle. And I love a reminder to stop and check in to acknowledge all the blessings in my life. So here’s a link to a blog worth repeating…by fellow blogger, Leanne Chesser.
Check out this post. She makes a great connection between gratitude and building self-esteem. It’s a unique point of view worth considering. When we are in a state of grace, we are far from self-judgment or self-criticism ~ two things that can chop away at our self-esteem.
When we live in gratitude and have self-compassion, we bring more kindness, caring and patience into the world and our interactions with others. Whatever you wish to take out into the world truly begins within you.
By tambre on July 19, 2011
In a statement released by his family, they shared, “Gary was always a fierce competitor on the baseball field and that same tenacity will help him not only fight but win this battle, so please join Team Carter and continue to pray with our family.”
I believe them.
I also believe in circumstances such as these, athletes have tools and training they can draw on to give them an edge. They understand how to: Continue reading “Lessons Learned From the Heart of an Athlete”
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