The Three Factors that Enable a Woman to Thrive
Whatever the case may be, I think that there is some sort of transitioning happening among women. In my personal network I see women taking charge and making changes in their lives, careers, their consumerism, their investments, and their activism.
I have since created a business, Breast Cancer Partner that focuses on breast cancer recovery through health and wellness and taking a more integrative approach to recovery. However, in the process of getting Breast Cancer Partner off the ground, I realized that all women can benefit from putting their health and wellness first, becoming their own health and wellness advocate, and adopting the Recover Restore Reenergizeã Philosophy.
I realized how much we as women give of ourselves every single day to love, take care of and nurture everything and everyone we’re responsible for in our lives, saving ourselves for last. I recognize how exhausting that can be whether we acknowledge it or not.
Rhonda M. Smith is the Founder of Breast Cancer Partner, an organization that focuses on breast cancer recovery through health and wellness and taking a more integrative and holistic approach to recovery. Rhonda wants to create a world in which each and every breast cancer survivor lives a life that is full of vitality, cancer-free and without fear, so that recovery is a life-enhancing rather than a life-limiting event.
Rhonda m. Smith [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Elyn Jacobs is President of Elyn Jacobs Consulting, and a breast cancer survivor. She helps women diagnosed with cancer to navigate the process of treatment and care, and she educates about how to prevent recurrence and new cancers. She is passionate about helping others get past their cancer and into a cancer-free life.