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"Mastermind is the principle through which you may borrow and use the education, the experience, the influence and perhaps the capital of other people in carrying out your own plans in life. It is the principle through which you can accomplish in one year more than you could accomplish without it in a lifetime if you depended entirely on your own efforts for success."
What comes to mind when you think of the word networking? Venturing out on a cold evening to spend a couple of hours in a room full of people you don’t really know, trying to spot the one person who could be a prospect, or dropping into a wine bar for drinks with a group of fun sociable types you would like to know better?
I know firsthand what it is like to be overwhelmed with money worries. Seven years ago, my now ex-husband was unemployed, our credit score tanked, our home was sold at a short sale, we were drowning in credit card debt and living off of my IRA money.
As 2020 comes to the end of the third quarter, life as we knew it prior to COVID-19 is no longer our reality. Many are working from home; children are distance learning and parents are becoming teachers.
This year has been a year of unexpected twists and turns. Educators have been asked to go above and beyond for the good of the children. And we do. That is how teachers are built.
At the end of 2019, I clearly recall turning to my husband as we were driving home from a family vacation and saying, "Wow, life has been going so great for us this year. It almost makes me wonder when the other shoe is going to drop."
When was the last time someone went above and beyond for you? Was it a coworker who jumped in to help on that big project at 4:45 pm on a Friday, or the neighbor who visited multiple grocery stores to find sanitizing wipes for your family?
Dr. Deepali Kashyap is the founder of Galleria Women’s Health. She is board certified and one of the top female doctors and gynecologists in Henderson. Dr. Kashyap has dedicated her life to helping us deal with the vast array of women’s health issues.
Each spring, 25 female executives gather to make a difference in the Las Vegas Valley and beyond. Given that Las Vegas is accustomed to philanthropy, it’s no surprise that the American Cancer Society decided to set forth a campaign for women leaders to raise funds to fight cancer.
We humans are great at telling each other what to do. We have entire media campaigns telling us to be kind to animals, be considerate to those who are disadvantaged, don’t bully, help our brothers and sisters, support people who need moral support, encourage people whenever and wherever we can, remind people that if we can do it they too can do it—whatever that means.