In 2011, I had the surreal and unforgettable experience of watching my house burn down. I watched a fireman take off his boots and give them to my husband, who had no shoes. I watched—humbled—as friends and neighbors gave us what they could—clothes, a place to sleep.
It reminded me of the absolute necessity to give it if you’ve got it.
My friends joke that I won’t spend a dollar on a ringtone (seriously—it adds up!), but they know I’ll give what they need at the drop of a hat. Especially now.
When I started at Financial Life Focus, I was the only administrative person. The key to managing a growing office is keeping everything moving in perfect harmony. I look for something that needs to be done, and I do it. What kind of office manager would I be without a “can do” attitude?
It’s exhilarating to be a foundational part of a growing group of people who change lives for the better. Together, we’re building something meaningful.