Connection plays a role in your mental health.
Being a connector is an attitude about how to live life.
Connectors focus on creating and maintaining quality relationships, both personally and professionally.
Connectors seek to build ever widening circles, both with people they know and people they don’t.
Connectors see challenges as opportunities, rather than crises.
Connectors practice gratitude.
Connectors believe that by enhancing their connection skills, they enhance the quality of their lives.
We’ll speak with Ann Louden, a non-profit executive and consultant based in New York City, a breast cancer survivor who believes in taking chances on yourself.