Sandy Gallagher during a recent visit to Kenya.

28 Feb Q&A with PGI’s Sandy Gallagher, 2018 Unstoppable Legacy Award Honoree

This year’s Unstoppable Legacy Award honoree is Sandy Gallagher. She is the Co-Founder and CEO of the Proctor Gallagher Institute and a leader and visionary who is committed to helping others create lives of abundance. Here’s why we’re proud to be honoring her at the 10th Anniversary Unstoppable Gala.

What role does gratitude play in your life?

Years ago, I began setting aside time each day to focus on what I am grateful for. The impact it’s made on my life is immeasurable. Gratitude is such an enormously powerful force. It has the most amazing way of multiplying the good things, and makes it almost impossible to get stuck in the bad.

What motivates you to want to help others?

My goal is to help wake people up to who and what they really are so they can live the life they really want to live.

What or who inspires you to give to others?

I am so inspired by my dear friend Cynthia Kersey. Cynthia has dedicated herself to giving people access to education who otherwise would never have that opportunity. She found and followed her passion, and is truly changing the world as a result.

You’ve taken such an active role in supporting the Unstoppable Foundation. Why Unstoppable?

There are still so many places in our world where women and girls face unimaginable obstacles to education. Every day they quite literally risk their lives to receive what we enjoy as a fundamental right. Educated citizens—men AND women—are what will bring stability and peace to their nations, and ultimately to the world. This is why I am so committed to our work with the Unstoppable Foundation. This organization is doing such amazing work, and I am extremely proud to be a part of it.

If you could give people one piece of life‐changing advice, what would it be?

It would be to start a dedicated, daily gratitude practice. The effect on your mindset and outlook is instantaneous, and it’s a gateway to so many other epiphanies and long-term transformations.

To learn more about Sandy’s work with Bob Proctor, and the Proctor Gallagher Institute, click here.

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