"...Some things can't be taught or learned. Dawn’s greatest talent lies with her ability to connect with the people she is covering, to intuitively get to the heart of the story and what’s most compelling. This comes across in the end result. It’s why “The Good Stuff” stories she produces have developed such a passionate following. We so need those stories in today’s news climate to balance all the hard news and breaking news about crime, accidents and tragedies. No one does these inspirational stories better than Dawn. It’s a true gift.
Hospice is a field that requires great sensitivity. Although I have worked with many competent and professional reporters through the years, no one covers this challenging time in people’s lives with the intuitive understanding and heart that Dawn does. What impresses me the most every time I work with her is the way she is able to connect with individuals from all walks of life. In every hospice story she has covered, she immediately establishes a level of trust. Those being interviewed know she is a person of integrity and compassion. Consequently, they are unafraid to open up. This allows her to really capture the essence of each person and story she is covering. Any organization would be very fortunate indeed to have Dawn as a member of its news team!"
Your speech was incredible! Your ability to be vulnerable about your setbacks and turn it into an opportunity to give back is very inspiring. I find it fascinating that you were able to take a negative situation and turn it into a positive. Most people would have just stayed in the negatives and blamed their circumstances around them. You chose to accept your situation and learn from it.
You're doing so much good for the community. I’m wondering what can we do to help spread this. I think it starts with the kids… It seems like people are only interested in what's wrong in the world. You're wired differently… you intentionally look for everything that’s right. I think that is a beautiful mindset to have.
I think a great question to ask yourself is how can you wire people to get them to want to seek positive change. & how do you make this newsworthy to hold other people's attention? ( I imagine you’ve asked yourself this)
Anyways thanks again for positively impacting my view on Cleveland and other people in general.
Thank you for allowing us to share our story with you. Although we have just met, we feel like we have known you for a long time and you have instantly become a member of our family.
Thanks again and God Bless you,
Ken & Becky
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