We are a product of how we were raised. You must be able to look at situations with different eyes. I am still trying to learn the value of a vacation. Every year I say that I will take some time off to go on vacation. (Full article at thriveglobal.com)
Originally from Hollywood, Florida, Jason Pinchoff knew from an early age that through his passion for style and dedication to hard work, an ethic developed from watching his father, he was going to make a difference. Jason harnessed the power of his mother’s life-affirming approach to adversity and began to change his future... (Full article at ideamensch.com)
What I have learned is that no one is just born with self-confidence – it is a process learned through love, adapted with encouragement and being truthful in every moment. Learning the differences between situations can and will greatly build up one’s self-confidence... (Full Article at upjourney.com)
I believe the only way to create change is to create an open dialogue and I DON’T DO UGLY is doing that. We have launched the #IDontDoUgly Social Media Challenge — where people all around the world have joined in. All you have to do is: make a sign stating I Don’t Do Ugly ... (Full article at thriveglobal.com)
(Excerpt from businessnewsdaily.com) Dealing with a health crisis or the death of a family member is never easy, but for Jason Pinchoff, tragedy struck all at once. In 1992, Pinchoff lost his father and sister in a car accident. Later that year, he lost his mother to breast cancer. This series of personal misfortunes led Pinchoff to found the Linda B. Pinchoff Foundation, an organization named for his mother and dedicated to supporting and "bringing a voice" to families affected by cancer. "My first approach was to work 80 hours a week and not tell anyone what was going on," Pinchoff said....