February 1st shines brilliant with hopeful anticipation, not just for this year, but for this new decade! It seems impossible that less than one month ago, January 4th to be exact, my outlook for the new year appeared dismal and my spirit disconsolate. Here’s what I learned: Sometimes when we are in a tough place, we … Read moreNever give up or lose hope!
Community Medical Center hosted their second Voices of Hope Cancer Education Summit this week. My personal interest in attending this event was because I wanted to listen to the cancer survivor stories to learn about their coping strategies. Both women shared how they used humor to deal with awkward moments, wore goofy hats to cover their bald heads, and … Read moreCoping Humor
When you don’t know what to think, perhaps the best advice would be to postpone thinking and shift into listening mode. Julie Powell, author of the best selling book Julie and Julia, shared her success story at the Missoula Businesswomens Network’s Fifth Women’s Symposium last Saturday, February 20, 2010. Julie candidly told the 400 women … Read moreListen to the Wisdom of Your Little Voice
On Saturday January 29th, Missoula Businesswomen’s Network will host their annual MBN Busineswomen’s Symposium. I’m especially looking forward to this year’s event for a couple of reasons. I was privileged to meet and hear featured speaker Nan Gardetto last year when she presented her keynote speech at the 2010 Women in Business Conference held at Big Sky Resort last June. Just days … Read moreDare to Feel Happy Now!
Brain Injury: What you need to know Free educational event – open to the PublicSaturday, March 10th, 8:30 AM – 2:30 PMBroadway Building Conference Center, St. Patrick HospitalMissoula, Montana The Montana Neuroscience Institute Foundation and the Montana Brain Injury Center are hosting a day full of brain injury presentations on a wide range of brain … Read moreBrain Injury Educational Event on March 10th