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In the Spirit of Thanksgiving, RYSE has selected inspiring entrepreneurs who exhibit an air of gratitude on a daily basis.
With all the doom and gloom going on in the world, we’d like to remind everyone there is hope — there is more than hope! There are dreamers and achievers that are finding the silver lining in dark clouds.
Remember, tough days don’t last, but tough people do.
We caught up with Jae Nash of the syndicated Girl Power Hour Radio to tell us how she, a single mom and widower, keeps a positive spirit.
RYSE: What’s the name of your company and/or product you own?
JN: I’m the host of Girl Power Hour Radio and creator of OMF! (Oh My Feet!) Formerly known as Foot Kandy.
RYSE: Where are you from?
JN: I’m from Indianapolis, Indiana
RYSE: What Makes You Grateful?
JN: Being able to have another day and a chance at life. It’s as simple as thanking God for another day that isn’t promised.
RYSE: What are the three things you are Most Grateful For & Why?
JN: I am grateful for an incredible support system with my family and friends. As a woman-on-the-go, things can be pretty hectic. I am grateful that people find me intriguing enough to tune in to my shows. I am Blessed.
I am grateful for my daughter. She inspires me on a daily basis.
RYSE: What do you do to brighten your day when things don’t go as planned?
JN: I run or walk a trail. I love nature. Listening to the birds and insects chirp or whistle is pretty peaceful… and taking a breath of fresh air helps restores my peace of mind. Plus, did you know sending blood to your brain during a workout makes us feel good? While out doors speak affirmations into the universe.
RYSE: What is a quote you live by?
JN: I love the Audrey Hepburn quote, “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says I’M POSSIBLE!”
RYSE: What is a simple practice people can do to keep their spirits up?
JN: Stay positive. If you have a positive approach to life, your results will begin to show positivity.