Pasco School District's 17th Enterprise Week 2016 TRAC Pasco, WA
I designated the last two months of 2016 for volunteer work and to serve others. In November I gave my time and expertise to two clients in the form of daily mentoring sessions. Each were facing difficult situations and indicated their lives depended on taking authority, responsibility and doing whatever was necessary to make changes so they could get out of negative cycles once and for all.
I specialize in desperate situations and enjoy walking others out of them and into abundance. If you ever find yourself in what is a seemingly impossible circumstance, consider booking a session or at least schedule a call. You don't have to accept anything as "just a part of life," or "your lot." I facilitate change in lives and lots regularly.
Unless, of course, you want to just deal. I used to have that mindset, but I've decided I don't want to just deal ... I want to overcome and evelate consistently. You can, too. You can overcome anything - sickness, death, divorce, financial crisis, you name it. And I have supernatural strategies to help.
Last year - my first as a Company Advisor - my student employees won in two categories. This year's seniors won in 4!!! I'm so proud of them. Their elected CEO wasn't as capable as was implied, so everyone else stepped up, put in extra work and they prospered. I was thinking about how often that happens in business. The Theranos issue comes to mind immediately. And, Yahoo, too.
Also, this year's group of kids were much kinder and compliant. Which was wonderful. All 1,000 of them, not just my group. In 2015 there were physical fights, arguments, disrespect of adults and each other was rampant. I enjoyed Enterprise Week 2016 even more than the first time around.
I've already received an email from one of the students, Michelle, requesting a Letter of Recommendation. She thanked me for an amazing experience and said she couldn't have had a better CA than me! That's pretty good feedback. Another student, Alex, asked me to sign his award certificates; he wanted it known who his CA was. That's big honor.
And once again I was highlighted before the school district and others in the community. One CA came up and shared that he'd been volunteering for six years but had never won with his student employees, and he acknowledged my efforts. Well ... the student employees do the work, I just give advice, information and resources. Enjoy the slideshow.
This was our first volunteer effort at 2nd Harvest Tri-Cities food bank. I'd been looking for a new opportunity because I no longer serve as a preschool volunteer at church. I did that for 10 years; but I stopped enjoying it so it was time to move on.
It's a great way to give back to the community and to practice and model service for my teen.
I love to serve and I love to eat so I've combined these passions by serving at our local food bank. For December we encouraged customers to purchase pre-packed food bags that could easily be distributed to families in need. My son also donated $20 to help make our goal. I'm a proud mama!