1. FEEL YOUR BOOBS OFTEN
2. Give Fear the Finger
Life is too short to stand still and not accomplish your dreams. So often fear of failure, disappointment or fear of not being the best stops us from achieving greatness. Cancer taught me that life is short. Dream BIG, Live Bigger! Fear is what happens when we forget who we are. Like Marianne Williamson said, “Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you.” If you have a dream, start right now to accomplish it and when fear enters your heart – keep going. That’s when you know you’re on to something great!
3. Say it more often
I LOVE YOU. The most powerful words you can speak when truthfully given. Say it often to those who you THINK know you care – they may not really know. Don’t wait for a life threatening situation to start telling those around you how much they mean to you. If you love someone – tell them. OFTEN.
And I guess I’ll add a #4: DUMP the guilt.
You deserve to be happy.
You deserve to achieve greatness.
You deserve to live your best life now.
So there you have it –
feel your boobs, use your finger, open your mouth and dump the guilt.
Four things that I wish I would of done sooner –
Three things that I AM doing now.
Crazy enough – my suggestions all have to do with body parts! LOL
Ginger Johnson- Cancer Survivor, Motivational Speaker & Activist
There are 3 things you should know about me. First, I don’t have boobs ( just sayin’ it like it is). Second, I love being alive. Third, my passion is to guide others to increased hope, health and happiness. As a young breast cancer survivor, mother of 3 and serial entrepreneur, I have found the greatest joy in life comes from identifying and living our truth. My truth is founded in God, my family and serving others.
When my grandmother made the comment, “If you can live through Ginger, you can live through anything”, little did she realize the whirlwind that would stir inside my spirit after a diagnosis of breast cancer at 31, when 5 months pregnant. Like most survivors, I was completely blindsided, and being pregnant added an interesting twist to the diagnosis. I decided early on that I wasn’t going to let cancer win. It was my life. My choice. My fight. And I would win it.
Now I am a survivor, entrepreneur, national ambassador, motivational speaker, life and business coach, magazine publisher, mentor, volunteer, daughter of god, and mother to 3. You can find me ‘sharing the love’ at HappyChemo.com , increaseyourhappiness.com , or on Facebook.
Join in and let’s do some good together!