What was my second big takeaway from the Young Adult survivorship conference I attended in Vegas last weekend? Click and find out!
Taking an inventory while unplugged from your to do list and daily tasks helps keep you in alignment with what is truly important to you.
Visions and dreams often mean facing challenges and drawing on our personal strengths to make them happen. The founder of DREAMBEANIES shares more of her story in today’s blog interview.
I’m a big believer in Pass It On when I find wisdom, tools and insights that can support people whose lives are touched by cancer. Here is a great video by two survivors with helpful hints to prepare you with supportive conversations for when friends and loved ones are diagnosed.
Check out my interview hosted by Ryan Stanley for iPEC’s Coach of the Week series…and don’t miss the final question because there is something in my response for everyone who wants some inspiration toward going for their goals.
Let’s lighten things up today and have a fun Friday in honor of Dr. Seuss!
Challenging times or situations are not the only circumstances that can lead to feeling overwhelmed. When opportunity knocks, best to have some great tools to keep you focused and in action. Today I turned to three amazing bloggers and dug into their toolboxes (and their archives) to get into action.
When your vision and mission is what guides you, you find a way through the challenges. More inspiring words from Lorraine Kerz, founder of Sy’s Fund, who created it to make a difference for young adults going through cancer.
The loss of her son led this mother to find a way to bring quality of life opportunities to Young Adult cancer survivors. Read their inspiring story.
A great leader takes responsibility and speaks authentically…tools that can gives us guidelines on how to talk to someone whose life has been touched by cancer.