I believe that greatness comes in the moment from those who didn't know we were watching and listening
Portland, OR (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
Victoria Trabosh has been selected to be the featured Inspirational Luminary for the online InspireMeToday.com community March 8, 2013. Inspire Me Today features the brilliance of one new Luminary every day. Luminaries are chosen for their commitment to touch the lives of people by living inspirational lives. Inspire Me Today readers find daily inspirations through 500 word essays by such nominees as Sir Richard Branson, Guy Laliberte, Seth Godin, Neale Donald Walsch, Marchi Shimoff, and now Victoria Trabosh.
Vicky was chosen for her inspirational and transforming messages about wisdom. She presents these messages to groups, organizations, corporations and events through workshops and keynote speeches. “I believe that greatness comes in the moment. The greatest lessons and wisdom we receive in our lives can often come from those who did not know we were watching and listening,” Trabosh says.
Victoria Trabosh is the author of Dead Rita’s Wisdom: Simple Words to Help You Live an Extraordinary Life (Wisdom Beneath My Wings Publishing, 2011). Following her mission to teach others how ordinary experiences create an extraordinary life, Trabosh conducts Wisdom Circles for women. In these circles, women gather to learn from one another through sharing their life circumstances. “Teaching people to value their lives and experiences is my passion,” says Trabosh, who was recently featured in Boom NW Magazine on the topic of becoming extraordinary through ordinary actions.
About Victoria Trabosh
Victoria is an executive coach with over 35 years of corporate and entrepreneurial experience. Her expertise is coaching senior executives and entrepreneurs, specializing in leadership and communication. She is a multi- media personality as radio host for Smart Woman Talk on the CTR radio network; a columnist for Choice Magazine, and a popular guest on ABC affiliate AM Northwest TV. Victoria is a sought after speaker worldwide for her knowledge, wisdom and transforming talks.
Victoria is the co-founder and president of Itafari Foundation, a nonprofit organization assisting the survivors of the 1994 Rwanda genocide. Itafari has raised over $700K since 2005 and works specifically in the areas of micro-finance, education, child sponsorship, raising goats, and importing the world-class baskets and jewelry from Rwanda. In 2006 she had the honor of speaking at the United Nations in New York City.