Glynda Sue

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Glynda Sue


Why is thriving important to you?
Peace. My family. Having all that is important to me. I have it all. I was in my 30s when my husband and I were millionaires. Being determined and being the person I want to be. I've fallen short on mothering because I was a workaholic but I'm making up for it now with my children and grandchildren.


What does thriving mean to you?
It means all over happiness and still learning. My health is good. Eating right (Pritiken diet). My mother's family all died of heart and artery diseases. Working out and having muscles/fitness. Realizing my dream (something like a children's camp - a destination to hang out and be healthy). It's more than I ever dreamed it would be. Knowing I couldn't have done it any better.


How do you know when you are thriving?
Looking into yourself for some happiness. I quit having to work so hard to achieve. Having plenty of money and its not going to run out. Happiness isn't given but chosen. I don't know where or how but I run into the people that I need help from.


Describe and explain, experiences, in which you thrive.
I've always believed that the best is going to happen. God is right here. If I want something I know it's going to happen. Working and building the businesses I've had. Helping women be healthy, eat better and be fit. It took me 2 years to get over my 3rd husband who I thought was so compatible because we were both in the same business but he ran off with a younger woman. I was able to get her back and that was about the time I got over him.


In what aspects of your life are you thriving?
All my dreams have been realized. Four or five things were almost insurmountable (I ran over a little boy). You don't ever forget but you move on. I discovered that you can pretend to get over something that is just killing you and you are not but then you get over it, you are over it.