Life is Too Short; Why Not Be Happy


I recently closed my business and am in the process of looking for a new career. When talking with people about this process, they often ask why? new-year-new-you

My answer: “Life is too short. I want to do so many things in life. I want to be a part of something bigger than myself. I want to make a bigger splash than what I can do alone. I want to always be happy.” Most people respond with a “wow” or “good for you.” I think it’s because most people are afraid of change or the unknown, and I am not. I hope to be an example for others in this process.
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My goal is to work for a company whose core values are aligned with mine. I want to find a company that I can grow with, help and be a part of their success. I am applying for senior-level sales and marketing positions at organizations that have a mission and vision I believe in. A few examples are…Carvana, GoDaddy, Dignity Health, and Phoenix Children’s Hospital. I am sure I will find more along the way.

Cheers to finding your happy place…

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Be Happy


all about compression challenge.jpgHappy thoughts… happy thoughts… they make a real difference in your every day life. But happy thoughts are not the only tools used to construct a happy demeanor; there are other methods and actions you can take to help yourself maintain a positive outlook.

Try making a list of THREE good things that happened each day for a period of two weeks.  The more energy focused on what is positive in your life, the happier you will feel (Paige Roberts).

Check out the article listed below to learn more about what YOU can do to embrace positivity in your life.

The Power of the Positive