Episode 319 - The Treasures of Life!


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Today's episode is a real treat; we are blessed with Dorothy Russell's presence on the show for the second time. She'll be 97 in April, and she just stepped away from managing her real estate properties last year. She had served as a civic, political, business, and social leader across several countries in North, Central, and South America, along with her husband, Gardner Russell.

We had an inspiring conversation about Dorothy's secrets and advice for a happy, long-lasting, and fulfilling life. We discuss the central role of nurturing relationships, the importance of focusing on the positives, whether from those around us or the everyday events, and being mindful about our nutrition and exercises routines. Dorothy also shared valuable insights on marriage, friendship, and business.

Tune in to Episode 319 of Becoming Your Best and get inspired by Dorothy's beautiful soul.

Some Questions I Ask:

  • What was it like managing your properties for so long? And how was it for you to decide to get out? (4:16)
  • Relationships have always been important to you, haven't they? (5:58)
  • What are the things you can do to maximize that longevity and be healthy? (8:49)

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • About how Dorothy decided to work with real estate (3:10)
  • How Dorothy manages to stay in touch, and the importance of keeping relationships as a priority (6:12)
  • Dorothy's advice on nutrition and exercising (11:53)
  • How taking a step back from a conflict can help us get a different perspective on the issue (13:56)

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