By tambre on March 2, 2012
Life can be challenging. It can be hard. There can be sad times and mad times and some really, very bad times. We can have ups and some downs, some smiles and some frowns. But as Dr. Seuss reminded us,
You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself, any direction you choose.
In honor of his birthday and to lighten the load, I’m making this a fun Friday blog post filled with my favorite Dr. Seuss quotes. May they raise up your energy, bring a smile to your face and remind you that you are magical (oh, and to make time to play!) ~ Continue reading “It’s A Dr. Seuss Day!”
By tambre on February 28, 2012
…I dig into my toolbox and grab some focus and inspiration. Luckily, I don’t have to only rely on my own tools. With all the great bloggers out there, I can actually rummage around in their archives and come up with some great fuel to get back in action quickly.
2012 is already way off the charts for me in terms of opportunities, business growth and personal growth. Even good news can have its daunting moments. So this morning, instead of playing the old procrastination game (which would have been my go to in the past…very safe but unproductive place) I took a few minutes to seek out some online help. Here’s what I found: Continue reading “When the Going Gets Tough…”
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By tambre on February 24, 2012
In Part 1 of my interview Celebrating Sy’s Fund, we read about the motivation behind Lorraine Kerz’s creation of this amazing non-profit serving Young Adults going through cancer.
Often when we take on big visions, we can come up against roadblocks that can either stop us or give us the opportunity to dig deeper and find what we need to stay in action toward our goals.
Clearly, nothing was going to stop Lorraine from making a difference for young adults in memory of her son.
What were some of the challenges you faced, Lorraine?
Well, I face challenges every day. I had never done nonprofit work before, so jumping into this fund has been a real learning experience. Pulling together a board, doing the paperwork to become a 501(c)(3), and fundraising have all brought their own challenges as well as rewards. We now have a strong board and are working on new fundraisers and ideas all the time. Continue reading “Conviction as a Challenge Cure”