Extraordinary Living doesn’t happen by accident. It requires living life by design, empowering yourself and taking action. Tip ~ Find your passion… It is what fuels you. For some, they find it in their career. Others find it in their relationship or their family. Perhaps for you it is in the arts. Whether your work…Details
Extraordinary Living doesn’t happen by accident. It requires living life by design, empowering yourself and taking action. Tip ~ Be relentless… While living a balanced life is important, when it comes to achieving and exceeding your goals, you need to be relentless. You do not get to let yourself off the hook, stop short or…Details
To take inspired action requires awareness…and both are part of the path to empowerment. The entire equation is: (Awareness + Education) + Inspired Action = Empowerment For survivors to have access to a cancer survivorship care plan, you must know: how they can help you navigate survivorship the key components how to ask for one…Details
Extraordinary Living doesn’t happen by accident. It requires living life by design, empowering yourself and taking action. So I’ve created Tambre’s Tips to help those interested in high potential living do so at their peak potential. These quick twice monthly mini-posts will provide you with insights, resources and tools so you can live your dream.…Details
My interview with the awesome Barbara Musser from Sexy After Cancer continues.
What is one of the most challenging questions you’ve been asked as an expert in your field and how did you respond?
“I had no idea the treatments would kill my libido. Then to lose my fertility as well… this has ruined my life!”
I’m not a fertility expert, so I defer to those who are. My expertise is in healing what can be healed and exploring options that may not seem so obvious. There are lots of things we can do to re-ignite the sparks of libido and I’m very happy to help.Details
Last year, I had the incredible opportunity to co-create an eBook project for young adult cancer survivors. It was a collaboration between my coaching company, Well Beyond Ordinary, and cancer survivor, Nico Juber’s non-profit, Thrive Survive Los Angeles. Her organization is dedicated to supporting other young adult survivors.
The concept spanned so many of the areas impacted by the cancer experience that we quickly realized it would require the participation of a whole group of experts. We reached out to the cancer community and received an incredible response. One of the amazing people who stepped up and said yes was Barbara Musser from Sexy After Cancer. Barbara wrote our amazing chapter on intimacy and sexuality.Details
I have had the honor of meeting and working with Jonny Imerman. He’s the real deal…someone who took some of the biggest challenges anyone could face and turn them into a mission to help others…by the thousands when he created a peer to peer mentoring non-profit, Imerman Angels. When I reached out to Jonny last year to ask if he would contribute a chapter on dating and relationships for the eBook project I co-created with Thrive/Survive Los Angeles founder Nico Juber (free to download, “10 to Thrive“), he jumped at the opportunity. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter and you’ll see him all over the place, making a difference in the cancer community.
When Jonny walks into a room, onto a stage or even in the emails he sends, his energy is infectious and he is unstoppable. Another dedicated leader in the cancer community, Margot Malin of Lots to Live For, just posted an amazing article where Jonny shares his story. His commitment to be sure no cancer survivor goes through the journey alone brought tears to my eyes. Jonny is a rockstar in our community, and a particularly powerful role model for young adult survivors.Details
Cancer survivors and caregivers are often so overwhelmed with dealing with cancer or caregiving for someone going through it they often have little extra time. So I’ve created Tambre’s Tips to help people living with and beyond cancer. These quick twice monthly mini-posts will provide you with insights, resources and tools for coping with cancer and creating a better life after cancer.
To kick off the New Year…Details
So I’ve created Tambre’s Tips to help those interested in high potential living do so at their peak potential. These quick twice monthly mini-posts will provide you with insights, resources and tools so you can live your dream.
To kick off this series…Details
A 2007 study by Richard Wisemen from the University of Bristol involving 3,000 people showed that 88% of those who set New Year resolutions fail,despite the fact that 52% of the study’s participants were confident of success at the beginning.
How many times have you set one or more New Year’s resolutions and failed? You’re not alone. A 2007 British study showed that in spite of the fact that 52% of the study participants believed they would succeed, 88% of them failed.
And it makes sense. How so, you ask?Details