The Foundation’s most recent work centers around food stability and independence. As part of that work, they have created goodfoodfinderaz.com, a website that serves as a hub for consumers, producers, procurers, farmers, restauranteurs and others to learn about and connect with Arizona’s local food providers.
“People can start over they don’t need to spend all of this money for credit repair.” This is the simple message Alisa Glutz is determined to bring to the masses. Glutz, who has worked as a mortgage banker for 14 years, started in the industry just as it was about to boom.
“It is truly amazing how this one concept of money and asking for it put me into a stratospheres I never thought possible,” says Laura Fredricks, speaker and author of several hit books such as THE ASK and Money Wellness: Is Money Making You Sick?
“Being able to be vulnerable and authentic makes you more desirable.” Joelle Hadley, Founder of The Culture Coaches and Co-Founder, Southwest Institute for Emotional Intelligence, has found tremendous success teaching people how to show up and work well together.
She Lost A High-Profile Job And Gained Hope Former CNN Anchor Daryn Kagan Talks About New Book Hope Possible
Former CNN News Anchor Daryn Kagan found herself on a journey that was not of her own doing. After 12 years as one of the main faces of CNN, she was told her contract was not being renewed. A shock for Kagan who had excelled in the world of sports and news broadcasting since her 20’s.
Jay Baer is the Founder of Convince & Convert, a strategy consulting firm that helps companies gain and keep more customers through technology, social media, and customer service. He is also a New York Times best selling author whose most recent book is all about the haters.
Felicia Romero, Celebrity Fitness Trainer, Entrepreneur and Motivational Speaker, has worked hard to change her life. She fought food addictions as a binge eater and compulsive dieter for years. She spent a long time working to better herself — from the inside out.
“I loved my career in TV news. I wouldn’t have changed a thing. It was very rewarding and I loved it. But life is a book with many chapters.” For former TV News Anchor Lin Sue Cooney, the time had come, after 34 years in the business, to turn the page.
“When you face adversity you need to be mentally tough. What’s holding you back? It’s all mental.” Former baseball player Matt Phillips remembers hearing about mental toughness as he was developing his athletic career.