At the Instigator’s Experience in Los Angeles, that I was privileged to be selected to attend,a very special person spoke. His name is Greg Hartle. In fact, he was one of the main people, besides Srini Rao and others in his ‘tribe” who was a MAJOR “seed chucker” You now the rare person that cuts to the very core of your BEing.
Greg affirms you, encouraged you, inspired you all while giving you a “keister kick” as Greg REFUSES at every turn, to let his current circumstance define his reality Greg, by sharing examples from his adventures and opportunities, even though living with HUGE obstacles and adversity, LIVING and BEing, despite the knowledge he may have a year or less to live, due to a rare kidney disease.
Greg reminded us to be great story tellers. NO. BRILLIANT story tellers – like how he sold everything but his laptop, some clothes and $10! You can hear that story on the Glen Beck Show TODAY (part one was yesterday – go to http://www.theblazetv.com or check your cable networks. Even if you don’t agree/like Glenn, he brings people like Greg to prove we CAN make it. People who are raw, People who are REAL. People who will tell you like it is and you take it from there.
Be resourceful. Be Creative. Diversify your skills. Focus on RELATIONSHIP.
Maybe that’s why Greg resonated with me
What we knew, what we grew up with, isn’t anymore. But the possibilities for success are ENDLESS!
I may get hit by a moose today.But at least I KNOW I HAVE MADE A DIFFERENCE IN THIS WORLD.
And if I DON’T GET HIT I still KNOW I’ve MADE A DIFFERNCE.
Book 2 is under way:It is titled: Abd Yet Another Day – for turning obstacles and adversity into opportunities and adventure. It’s the fun stories, no BRILLIANT! stories behind Book 1: Loose screws and Skinned Knees (WHICH BY THE WAY WILL BE OFFERED FREE ON kINDLE FOR MOTHER’S DAY – hint hint!!)
YEP,I’ve BEEN GREG HARTLE’D.
i’LL NEVER BE THE SAME. tHANKS GREG!
Care Tuk is a nationally known speaker, educator, and retreat/workshop leader. She has been a school, hospital, and home health occupational therapist for more than 30 years. She has been named as a Top Business Woman in America and recognized for her work with youth, disability outreach and awareness, and the American Cancer Society.