Amy Rees Anderson

Use Them To Bless The Life Of Another

Over the past seven days I’ve given keynote speeches twice at Brigham Young University, once at Utah Valley University, I’ve spoken at a Women in Business Conference, I spoke at Southern Utah University, did a mentoring session, and I judged a High School business competition.

As I was making the four hour drive back home tonight from speaking down in Cedar City Utah I was pretty exhausted from my packed week but I felt so grateful to have been able to spend my past week with so many incredible young people across so many different Universities. 

Whenever I can share the things I’ve learned from the hardships I’ve been through in my life I’m reminded that the hard things we go through become worth it the moment we can use them to bless the life of another.

Here’s some fun pics from my visit to SUU today:

Speaking to students at SUU today
Mentoring sessions with students at SUU today

~Amy Rees Anderson (author of the book “What Awesome Looks Like: How To Excel in Business & Life” )

1 Comment

  • Janet Borg says:

    Thank you for coming to SUUYou always inject such energy and passion into the room, and give great advice every time you speak. We can’t thank you enough, but know that you are dearly loved by all of us at SUU!

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