2. An Oxygen Mask. Love your neighbors as yourself gives two parties love. Each is important. Like on an airplane, first you don the oxygen mask of self-love; then help your neighbor with love.
4. Plenty of Rewards. Discipline is a muscle to strengthen with use. Pick one thing you will do in 2014. Reward yourself for doing it. Start with daily then weekly and finally monthly rewards for completion. As necessary, treat yourself like a six year-old.
5. Hope. You will get there, you just don’t know when. If this hope helped prisoner of war in Vietnam survive, it will help you to thrive.
Karen Eber Davis Consulting guides executive directors and CEOs to generate the resources, boards, and support they need to make remarkable progress on their missions. As the award-winning thought-leader, advisor, and founding principal of Karen Eber Davis Consulting, Karen helps nonprofit leaders get answers, generate revenue, and grow their mission. Davis is known for her innovation and practicality based on her work with or visits to over 1,000 nonprofit organizations and her experience leading board and team events. She is the author of 7 Nonprofit Income Streams and Let's Raise Nonprofit Millions Together.
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