In my field of cancer survivorship coaching, I often encounter powerful stories about how people are choosing to fight their illness or transforming their challenge into a way to help others. It’s one of the miracles ~ that cancer can be such a thief, yet so many people dig deep down and turn the experience around. Today is your chance to ask yourself about what you’re choosing your life to be about.
Five keys to living in joy daily.
What if you could have it every day, not just during the holiday season? What if it wasn’t just a word on a card but instead a feeling inside you?
Because we never know when.
Each day and in every moment, there is the opportunity to make a choice. And when those we love face the difficult ones, supporting them from a place of non-judgment or thinking you know better is an option.
To overcome a major illness such as cancer or to be there as a caregiver requires many things, but desire and motivation create a strong foundation upon which to build.
Part 2 of my interview with Hotels For Hope founder, Neil Goldman…on his formula for success.
In October, I attended the Harvard Medical/Livestrong/Dana Farber Cancer Survivorship Conference in Boston. In October, I attended the Harvard Medical/Livestrong/Dana Farber Cancer Survivorship Conference in Boston. It was an extraordinary couple of days at the Omni Parker House hotel organized by the amazing Hotels for Hope. I was so impressed with the energy of the team there, I asked their founder, Neil Goldman if he would share more in a blog interview.
Look who’s featured starting today through Thursday on the i-Thrive! in Survivorship Telesummit.
During my most challenging days of grieving, the concept of thriving was far beyond my grasp. Without easy to use tools and support, the tendency is to stay stuck in low energy, feeling stressed or experiencing overwhelm. But it is possible to come full circle and have a life where you feel like you’re thriving again.