I talk a lot about gratitude. An attitude of gratitude will help you go far in life — because with busy schedules and businesses to run, there is obviously a big opportunity to forget about what’s important (and not stressing us out).
I am extremely honored to have Paul Isenberg, CEO of Bringing Hope Home, on the podcast this week.
Bringing Hope Home is an organization in the Philadelphia area that pays the bills of those who have loved ones receiving treatment for cancer.
Because the price of treatment is high. If you had to choose between paying for treatment and paying rent, well… you are likely going to pay for the treatment.
I do a gratitude exercise every morning, and I know that even on bad days,
I have so much to be grateful for. And organizations such as
Bringing Hope Home give those in need something to be grateful for, too.
In this episode, you will learn:
- Bringing Hope Home’s beginnings, it mission, and how it has helped thousands of families in their time of need
- The ways Paul brings his background in sales to the non-profit, and the lessons he’s learned on his own journey
- How you can contribute to Bringing Hope Home to make an impact to those who need it most
When it is easy to get lost in our to-do lists and running a business, take a moment to ground yourself and have gratitude for everything you have. Then remember those who could use an extra boost. I promise you that making a difference will never make you feel negative.
Bringing Hope Home is just an incredible organization that I hope you will take a moment today to check out. With so much to be thankful for, isn’t it time to help pass that along? As their Twitter account says, help someone find some #unexpectedamazingness.