Always seek out the seed of triumph in every adversity. Og Mandino, author of The Greatest Salesman in the World
Bettie D. Gonzalez died of a rare cancer at the age of 38 leaving behind six children ages 7-16. On becoming adults, these children established The Bettie D. Gonzalez Foundation of Hope www.bdghope.org whose mission is to “Empower, Serve and Mentor Motherless Daughters”. This year they awarded twelve $1500 scholarships. In addition, they mentor motherless girls starting at age 14 in the greater Dallas and Detroit areas. Their purpose is to create a legacy that motherless girls who are mentored with wisdom, love and empowerment will one day pass on the same to future generations.
Turning their tragedy into a thriving legacy was a way to triumph over their adversity and a beautiful model for us all. Thank you Gonzalez family.
Affirmation: I can be triumphant.
Coaching question: In what way can you turn your tragedy into something positive?
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Thank You for the BDG Hope mention. I was the middle daughter and my mothers death didn’t go too good for me and the next 20years, Thanking God for the intervention, my siblings and people like you who know that this work is so necessary, unfortunately.