Thrive Life Announces Philanthropic Efforts for 4th Quarter

Press Release: For Immediate Release
August 28, 2012
Boston, Ma

Thrive Life is proud to dedicate 10% of all net profits back to the community. Founded in April 2012 by Elizabeth Miner, the company seeks to make a difference in the lives of those seeking to live their best life; to thrive in their life.

Thrive Life’s mission is to assist people to live their happiest life with purpose and abundance through nutrition, fitness, financial and entrepreneurial mentoring and education. To that end Thrive Life has built into its mission to recognize and support groups making a difference towards these goals.

Two groups have been chosen to receive the first of the effort to share in the abundance. Project Bread and Life Is Good Playmakers will each receive 5% of profits generated by the fourth quarter.

Project Bread is an organization in Massachusetts dedicated to alleviating, preventing, and ultimately ending hunger in Massachusetts. To learn more about this organization please see their website: Project Bread

The Life is good Playmakers help kids overcome poverty, violence, and illness. We do so by using the power of joyful play to heal and strengthen children. To learn more about this organization please see their website: Life is Good Playmakers

Thrive Life looks forward to continuing to support efforts of organizations making a difference in the lives of others, specifically the children and youth.

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Raise Your Hands and Scream!

Last weekend I was at a convention and had the opportunity to listen to a multi-millionaire (probably a billionaire!) speak about his journey building his business. He spoke about the beginning lean and hard times when no one believed in his idea except his closest family. He went on to speak about “magic moments.”

He described these moments as those times of almost complete despair when all looks lost or terribly fateful. He mentioned times when all was going very well with his business…then someone almost got away with stealing his idea , and the time when he faced scrutiny from the SEC for potential violations. These times are when you feel that all may be lost, but then it comes back, often times even better – these are the magic moments.

I have seen these magic moments take place in others lives very dramatically. I have felt these moments in my own life, but never so dramatically. It got me to question if I have just become so accustomed to the roller coaster ride that is my life, I forgot to raise my hands and embrace the ride – the highs and the lows; to experience the magic.

I have had plenty of lows, and I am certain to have many more as I am a person that is always pushing the boundaries of perceived possibility. I have historically just pushed through these times knowing at some point (and hopefully sooner than later) things would return to an upward view or at least a plateau and the slide would stop.

I am opening up to a new vision that these lows, trials and tribulations are to be felt with excitement as they are the beginning of an up! I question each moment during the low to see if there is magic in this moment or that one. Always searching the raincloud knowing that one has a silver lining helps me from being overwhelmed by the feelings of the low. I know if I keep looking it’s there and I will eventually find the one with the silver lining – the magic.

People I admire are ones that have walked through the valley of fire and persevered. The story of one’s tremendous success is often celebrated more when it is the result of overcoming obstacles. There is great learning in these valleys.

I take this time to embrace the full story of my life – not just the glory times, but the times of despair and defeat, for the magic is at the end of that period. The magic moment is the beginning of the incline from the valley to the peak. The view is so rewarding when you can look back and see the journey you’ve taken. Sometimes the beauty of the valley becomes clearer from the peak as well!

Are you ready to raise your hands and embrace the ride?