Trail Angels – Supporters of our Journey

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Trail Angels provide support systems for our journeyLexi – my 4-legged fellow adventurer and I walked the Greenbelt Pathway from MilCreek Hannaford in South Portland, Maine to Bug Light last night, and we made a pit-stop at a Trail Angel location along the way.  This person is kind enough to set out water and dog biscuits for the canine trekkers along the path.  Lexi took a long, grateful slurp of the water, and it warmed my heart that someone so dutifully sets out the treats for complete strangers, thus supporting us along our journey.

It got me to thinking about the Trail Angels in my life… the ones who offer support without even asking – they always seem to know just what I need, and quietly offer it without asking anything in return.  Small business owners need a lot of support – from their friends, their neighbors and their community.  I’ve had many Trail Angels help me in times of need.  Sometimes it’s a colleague offering to meet me for coffee and giving me advice.  Other times, it’s been a friend willing to advertise my events or share them on Facebook.  Most recently, a friend of mine who is a virtual assistant gave me some feedback on what I can do better on social media.  All these helping hands, offering small tidbits of knowledge, support and encouragement fuels my fire to keep on trekking.  Who supports your journey?

Watching Lexi enjoy her water and treats at the Trail Angel site, also inspired me to think of ways that I can be a Trail Angel on someone elses journey.  What gifts do I have that I can give freely to support another person’s travels?

What gifts do you have to offer someone who is traveling the road of entrepreneurship?

Join us August 12th for a Blazing Trails Coaching Adventure!

Your Path to Health and Wellness – Greenbelt Pathway – South Portland

Tuesday, Aug 12, 2014, 6:00 PM

Hannaford @ Mill Creek Shopping Center
50 Cottage Rd South Portland, ME

10 EntreAdventurers Went

GUEST SPEAKER!This month’s meet up we are being treated to a guest speaker – Jessica Champagne.  Jessica brings with her a wealth of knowledge and teaches us that the path to health and wellness does not need to be so rocky.  She offers easy to implement advice on how to eat clean and live healthy.  Get on the road to wellness and join us!  She w…

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Until then, Hit the Heights!
Priscilla Hansen Mahoney
The Natural Business Leadership Guide

4 Responses

  1. Chris Miles

    Beautiful images, beautiful dog. Thanks for the inspiration, Priscilla.

  2. Josh & Monica Henderson

    Beautifully written and I love the challenge at the end! Supporting each other on this adventure is key and I am grateful for all the support you continually show us! Thank you for always inspiring!

  3. Rachel

    Thank you for your inspiration 🙂 Enjoy reading your blog!

  4. Anonymous

    That is so true. We take water when we walk and if we are needing it so do they. Thanks

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