Greetings Leaders!

Wow – a LOT of people have been reading my blog on overcoming defeat. With that in mind, I just want to offer a short note of encouragement to anyone out there who needs it. Growing up in Hawaii, we used to say “Hele (Hell-ay) On” when things got tough. Hele-On basically means to move. It can be used in various ways, but the one I want you to walk away with is to move on, or keep on truckin.

If you’re discouraged and alone, send me an email. Sometimes all you need is a friend. If you have friends and family, turn to them for help. As Thomas Merton so vividly stated, No Man Is An Island. A lot of people are going through tough times. You’re not alone. For some uplifting news, check out Gail Goodwin at Inspire Me Today.

Remember, the present is only temporary and things often change in a moment, often when we least expect it.

Hele-On….
JT

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