PP 631: The Little Movements that Make a Big Difference with Sue Salvemini
Quick Show Notes – Sue Salvemini:
“No matter how appreciative and thankful we are, you can’t really appreciate moments, people, events until you don’t have them or until they’re not at your fingertips.” – Sue Salvemini
Listen as Sue and Kim Sutton get raw and real in a conversation about gratitude, life’s struggles, making a difference, following our passion and purpose and much more.
09:26 Kim’s journey out of judgement
11:00 The little movements that make a big difference
13:51 Sue’s Random Act of Kindness challenge to listeners
17:27 The gratitude journal
21:34 Reconnecting with the simple
24:02 What Sue does and how her book came to be
27:39 The Sparketype quiz
31:16 The Faith that fuels Sue
32:45 Birthday based goals
40:50 Something to tap back into
Resources – Sue Salvemini:
“What’s pretty amazing is how you continue to stay focused, be successful and achieve what you’re looking for but manage the reality of life.” ~Sue Salvemini
“No matter how appreciative and thankful we are, you can’t really appreciate moments, people, events until you don’t have them or until they’re not at your fingertips.” ~Sue Salvemini
“I believe that people have amazing hearts, I really do. And I believe that we’re so busy in the hustle and bustle and managing work and family that sometimes the simple nice gestures that we all value get lost.” ~Sue Salvemini
“When people love what they do, it’s amazing how productive they are.” ~Sue Salvemini
“Regardless of what the why is that you’re doing something is to really have something that you’re passionate about that you can tap into when it gets tougher or when it seems unattainable.” ~Sue Salvemini
About Sue Salvemini:
Following her careers in the military as well as in medical field working with executive leadership teams, Sue Salvemini took a step back to explore her values and purpose. Today Sue is the founder of Focal Pointe Consulting Group, where she works with executives and professionals who don’t feel like they make a difference.
Website: Focal Pointe Consulting Group, Inc.