By Ettie Rutherford
Much too often people abort the success that they could achieve by not being resilient. At the first sign of disappointment they give up, instead of spending more time on accomplishing their goal.
Everyone, who has ever been successful — artists, writers, outstanding athletes etc. — have spent more hours, than we could imagine, in attaining a single picture, book, medal or an accolade.
Strength is needed before, during and after disappointments. To keep going should never be seen as an option, it is an imperative.
As you might be aware, I plan to have an event, on March 10, to launch the R‑I‑S‑E‑U‑P System that I employ to provide step-by-step strategies for women to achieve their goals, with a minimum amount of stress. Due to March Break, the response has been less than expected. However, I will be resilient and continue to ensure success in my efforts to assist women, because:
- Women of every economic, racial and educational level are affected by stress.
- Women are worthy. We deserve the best that life has to offer.
- Women need to be encouraged to assist others.
- Women are always improving their knowledge and personal strengths, in order to be beacons of light for themselves, their families and their communities.
Consequently, I will continue spending even more time assisting and learning from my Sisters, so please let me know, by Wednesday, March 6, if I have your support for the program launch on March 10.
Award-winning Ettie Rutherford, B.Ed, Dip.Ed, M.Ed, is an educator, life coach, consultant and author of “Why Perch Like A Chick When You Can Soar Like An Eagle?”. An accomplished public speaker, Ettie is the Founder and CEO of Women Are Worthy, which provides step-by-step strategies for women to achieve their goals, with a minimum amount of stress. She can be reached at email@example.com