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Most would consider their life a success if their resume was full of experiences like co-founding a homeless outreach called Project Empathy, speaking at a TEDx event, being a guest on Good Morning America, presenting a state initiative to Utah state leaders, meeting with leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and being the Chief Kid Officer at Kid Labs.
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She planned to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her business but has spent most of her time overcoming obstacles, including a cancer diagnosis. We were blessed to catch up with her and she shared with us 20 things she is grateful for.
“I have always been a guy who journals and writes,” said Rustico founder Isaac Childs. “I wrote more for myself than anything else. I think writing in a journal is just something I’ve been inclined to do. And that passion of mine is kind of how the whole story of Rustico really started.”
What started out as a project for an innovations class at Brigham Young University has turned into a successful baby care business, Owlet. But that journey from class video presentation to a business that ships out tens of thousands of products every month has been a process bigger than the founders imagined.
You don’t do anything consistently for 50-plus years unless you truly love it. Even at 80 years old, Coach Ron McBride is still passionate about football and is coaching another generation of players.
"Gratitude is a great feeling to experience – we feel lighter, more happiness, a sense of deeper joy and likely a richer connection to meaning, purpose, and life." ~TP
David Wrigley, CFA, CAIA, Chief Investment Officer Foresight Wealth Management
Teresa challenges you to regularly write in a journal to change your life.
" Sharing a bowl of warm homemade soup in the fall is like cuddling in a fuzzy blanket by the fire with your mate... they both bring us together and fill us with memories of love."