Glass Always Full
Pessimists say the glass is half empty. Optimists say the glass is half full. We say the glass is always full – of water, love, daisies, and whatever else you have to be thankful for in your life.
The idea behind this approach is simple: why spend your life trying to be better at something you’re not meant to do when you can focus on being the best version of who you already are?
Living with your Glass Always Full means creating your own silver linings and embracing your natural strengths to live your most fulfilling life.
Glass Always Full founder and Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach Page Patten spent twelve years in Consumer Research and Consulting. During this time she realized she had a knack for connecting with people, and that she could use this talent and her strengths to do the work she loves – helping people change their lives.