Do you ever feel overwhelmed by how much others need your help? Those nearby who you know and those you’ve never met a half a world away? Me, too!
This touching State Farm video below reminds us we can all “lift the weight of caring by doing.” I hope it inspires you to do what you can to make someone else’s load a little lighter.
Here’s one way you can help! When I started my Working with Wisdom business in 2006, I set an intention to give back to those in need and those who help them. Over the years, through my Working with Wisdom Outreach Program, I’ve presented a free “CRAVE Your Goals!” talk each quarter to organizations like Dress for Success and the Atlanta Children’s Shelter.
Last Saturday, I kicked off the annual board and staff retreat of Veterans Empowerment Organization, a nonprofit group that supports veterans and their families in metro Atlanta. In April, I will speak to the staff of the American Red Cross of Georgia. Perhaps you can check out and support one of these organizations.
Do you know a worthy nonprofit that could benefit from my empowering message of how to use strategies like affirmations, visualization and gratitude to accomplish their goals? It might be for their staff and board and/or the clients they serve. Nominate them by emailing me with Outreach in the subject. I will choose one organization each quarter. And, if they are not in the Atlanta area, I can present “CRAVE Your Goals!” as an online webinar.
We don’t have to do everything but we can all do something. Together, we can make a difference!
“Tricia Molloy’s ‘CRAVE Your Goals!” workshop was powerful and truly appreciated by both our staff and parents. Her sincere, open-hearted delivery helped ensure commitment from attendees to put into practice her simple, but life-changing methods for goal attainment. The conversation will definitely continue!”
Alison Morgan, LMSW, Social Services Director
The Atlanta Children’s Center, Inc.
“Tricia Molloy’s CRAVE formula perfectly supports our mission to help women thrive in work and life. When she spoke to the Professional Women’s Group, our members and volunteers were very energized and inspired by her message, as well as the clear, calm way she delivered it. Throughout the year, we will continue to reference the CRAVE steps, like cleaning out clutter, affirming success and visualizing. These are powerful tools that make a difference.”
Elizabeth Kelly, Executive Director
Dress for Success/Atlanta