At the young age of 79, Dottie Gandy continues to reinvent herself. Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker, Facilitator, Coach, Women’s Activist, Co-Founder of NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners. She put her career on pause and chose to become a fulltime caregiver for 6 years for her husband after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer. After his passing, she decided that she isn’t done! Dottie is currently creating a podcast that will explore what others who, like herself, are not done yet. Of all her accomplishments, the most important title is who her 4 extraordinary grandchildren call Grand Dottie.
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Major Life Contributions to the Grands:
After personally being present to hear MLK I have a dream speech…she continually encourages her grandchildren to always follow their dreams
Recommendations and Resources:
On your worst day, always remember that you’re not done yet and consider different possibilities.
Rather than thinking that you’ve come to a stop (period) think pause (comma) and If you’re still unclear – ask others who know you so that you consider different perspectives
Source(s) of Inspiration:
Surrounding myself with people who are Up to Something and choosing to make a difference