About Robin R. Robbins

Business Consulting, Personal Development Coaching, Mentoring, Social Media Management, Business Management, Business Coaching, Inspirational Speaking, Job Coaching, Career Development. Robin has over twenty-five years experience in Business Consulting, Personal Development, Leadership, Inspirational Speaking, Social Media Management, Job Coaching, Career Development & Computers and has consulted for a variety of industries such as; Public Sector, Non-Profit, Technology, Legal, Finance, Retail, and Manufacturing. She is known for her kindness, positive attitude, “can do” approach, professional writing skills, and extreme integrity. Robin is a High Energy, On-Task, Skilled & Trusted Mentor who can help you identify and uncover what keeps you from reaching your fullest potential. Focusing on Key issues, we provide excellent professional services with quick turn-around times, and instill exceptional practices based on the highest of integrity. Robin can help you strategically acquire the tools you need to achieve your goals & objectives while directing you in the steps necessary to identify and re-direct your thoughts and attitudes in life and teach you how to take action to achieve your maximum potential!

Life’s Meaning

Sunset - Potholes Reservoir 1980

Life has a special meaning for each and every person

For me, life is not just fulfilling ones own dreams

But helping others to fulfill theirs

As well

To see smiles and love

And knowing I am a part of someone’s happiness

Is what makes my life worth living

Robin R. Robbins

1980

 Written for Miss Burien Pageant 1980.  My Backup speech.

I Feel

 Living means many things to many people

I feel to live, means to accept the things one cannot change

As well as change the things one can

To set a goal and reach for it

To be true to others

As well as thyself

Sharing smiles and friendship

I feel to live is to love!

Robin R. Robbins

1980

My speech written for Miss Burien Pageant 1980

The Wish

 

 

Living is a joy within itself

To truly live you must love

Given the time of life

You are to find love

 

I give you my love so that you may live in happiness

                        I give you my smiles so that you may smile for others

                        I give you my hand so that you may reach out in kindness

                        I give you faith so that you may believe

                        I give you my time to that you may have time for others

                        But most of all

                        I give you my wish so that you may wish as well….

                        That all the other beings of life may find

                        Love

                        Smiles

                        A hand to hold

                        Faith and

                        Time

                        So they too can wish

                        And truly love

 

                        RRR

                        7/30/80

(Taken from the book: “A Little Bit of Me” by Robin R. Robbins – published 1991 privately)

Good-bye Little Sharon – In Loving Memory of Sharon L. Wood

 

Looking back

I remember

The way you fell in love so easily

As you tried so hard to fit in

The sweet innocent smiles you gave to anyone who passed your way

 

I remember sitting in your basement

For hours listening to “One Tin Soldier” over and over again

As you spoke of your latest heart throb

 

Nothing was as precious as your happy outlook

Each time your world began to fall apart

I remember many tears from the pretty girl with the beautiful long golden hair

As you begged me and my family to adopt you

 

I remember the hours you would spend talking about your boyfriend

And the tears, as you spoke of your mother’s death and how much you missed her

I remember going roller skating every Friday and Saturday night

So much laughter and fun whenever we were together

 

But most of all, I remember you;

Sharon Wood

The tiny, athletic, sweet little lady, with the sparkling eyes, shiny long blond hair

The bubbly spirit, with a zest for life and the great outdoors, always laughing and smiling

Giving to others your optimism – despite your agony

 

We laughed, we cried, we shared

Many, many secrets, and we parted

You were the only person that I shared my poetry with for years

You always believed in me

The years between high school and our reunion two years ago;

I missed you

I wanted to call you

So many times

 

We spent one last day together, Sunday August 20th 1989 at our 10 year class reunion

Oh – it was so good to see you !

I had no way of knowing, that I would see you again only in eternity

I still have the little stuffed Dumbo elephant you gave me in Junior High School

Thank you for the beautiful memories – my dear sweet friend!

I will miss you more now than I ever did before

I love you

 

RRR

8/17/91

(Taken from the Book “A Little Bit of Me” by Robin R. Robbins – published 1991, released privately)

 DEDICATED TO SHARON L. WOOD, A VERY SPECIAL FRIEND WHO DIED

AUGUST 10, 1991, AS SHE WAS TRYING TO LEARN TO DRIVE A STICK-SHIFT

WHILE CAMPING AT NACHES WASHINGTON;  SHE PANICKED, LOST CONTROL

OF THE CAR AND WENT OVER AN EMBANKMENT. 

GOOD-BYE MY VERY DEAR FRIEND.

SHARON WAS THE ONE WHO ENCOURAGED ME TO CONTINUE WRITING

POETRY AND BEGGED ME TO SHARE IT WITH OTHERS – OVER SEVENTEEN YEARS AGO.  SHE

PASSED AWAY BEFORE THE BOOK WAS THROUGH IT’S FINAL EDITING STAGES, THEREFORE,

SHE NEVER KNEW THAT MY POETRY WAS BEING PUBLISHED – FOR ALL TO READ.

Robin Renee’ Robbins: Take Me As I Am

 

 

Look inside….

You shall see a woman with a heart as large as the sea

One with extreme confidence, understanding and love

Giving to every living thing created….

Praying only for divine goodness to come to all

No matter the pain they have caused.

A woman who knows exactly what she wants;

Allowing nothing to stand in her way

As she achieves her goals with a strength

Unknown to many.

She has been blessed with such energy and vitality

With a soft sense of self-control

Worrying not what others may think of her

For she knows her own heart is true.

Despite all obstacles approached

She sacrifices not her morals nor her honesty

Her voice rings loud and clear – for she fears not….

To speak as she chooses.

Though quite guarded at times

There are few who escape her love

And very few who really know her.

Her one strong desire is to laugh

And help others laugh from within

There is nothing greater than a strong spirit

With a will that cannot be broken

And a heart of gold

That falls in love

With life.

RRR

8/17/91

You Are A Winner – Born To Thrive!

Sunset March 2012 - Des Moines, WA © Robin R. Robbins

Do you feel ‘stuck’?  Like there is a piece of the ‘puzzle’ missing?

 

Perhaps it’s time to examine your attitude?  🙂  I love what Joel Osteen says in his book, Every Day A Friday:  “when you complain, you remain”.

 

I believe this to be true.  I know that during times in my own life, when I have chosen to adopt the attitude of complaining it has certainly halted my blessings.  I am more careful these days to keep my attitude ‘in check’ and watch my words or any thoughts that may be of a critical or complaining nature.

 

When we complain, we set ourselves up for failure.  We immediately place a burden upon our own success in any endeavor – as we are in that moment choosing to be a victim.  By continuing to ‘complain’ – our subconscious mind takes the statement ‘to heart’, we then begin to harbor feelings of resentment and/or fear, and as we know – fear can paralyze us.

 

So if you are feeling ‘stuck’ today, or perhaps as though you may be in a ‘rut’, I am suggesting that you may want to examine your thoughts and words to see if perhaps you may be sub-consciously sabotaging your own success?

 

You are not a victim unless you choose to be one;

I believe You Are A Winner & You Were Born To Thrive!

Many Blessings,

Robin R. Robbins

 

© Robin R. Robbins 2012

I Give You My Love by Robin R. Robbins

 I give you my love

So that you may overcome

I give you my love

So that you may never be lonely

I give you my love

So that you may always have a friend

I give you my love

So that you may walk in peace

I give you my love

Unconditionally

Today

And

Forever

With true compassion

Understanding

And

Patience

I give you my love

Totally

So that every day of your life

No matter where you go

What you see

Or who you are with

You will know without a doubt

That I truly

Love you

I give you all I have

In all warmth

I give you all my love

Robin R. Robbins

6/22/93

God Bless You by Robin R. Robbins

To the father

Who must watch his son

Suffer in pain

As this life ends and the new is begun

 

To the mother

Who must hold her baby

As the cries tear her heart out

She must be the strong lady

 

To each one on this earth

Who must stay behind

And hold the hand of their child

With a strength so strong, somehow they find

 

To the wife of the husband

A love strong and true

She must now say “good-bye”

Twas not another woman, but God who took him from you

 

To the husband of the wife

Who brought his children into this world

As she now slips away

He holds tight to his baby girl

 

To each brother and sister

Who lost one another

In a life of sin or drugs

Somehow they slipped away from each other

 

For every parent God appoints

As each one of you must cry

For the loss of God’s Loan

As our little children die

 

Be they young or old

Doesn’t matter in that way

They will always be our babies

Until our dying day

 

We raise them in the best we know

We hold tight to them in our heart

Though we know what God has said

As they leave it tears our world apart

 

No matter how we reason

No matter the strength God gives

Tis still so very hard you see

To give them back to God and live

 

We do not understand why they left us

We do not why we’re the one left here

We know only that we surely miss them

As they slip away through our tears

 

To all who know these feelings

To each who sees one fall

God Bless you and keep you in His care

God Bless you one and all

 

Robin R. Robbins

1/17/96

A Candle For Curtis

 

I carry a candle

In my heart for you

I keep it lit day and night

I keep it lit in all I say and do

 

I carry a candle for your love

Your smile I miss so much

I carry a candle in my heart

For your daughters who miss your touch

 

I carry a candle

I keep it burning bright

I think of you every day when I wake

And before I sleep

I pray for you each night

 

I carry a candle in my heart

For all the time that past us by

I keep it bright for joy

When thinking of you I cry

 

My candle is a light of love

That has been there for you since the day you were born

My candle keeps on burning

Yet even though today I mourn

 

I carry every memory of you

That I can recall

I carry only tender love for you

No matter what may befall

 

I carry a candle in my heart for you

I hear you when you’re near

I’ll always carry a candle in my heart for you Curtis

And in the light I’ll keep you here

 

I smile when I remember

How we laughed and teased and played

From the day you were born

To the day before you went away

 

Oh my little baby brother

If only you had known how much we love you so

If only there had been someone there for you

Perhaps God wouldn’t have made you go

 

Nevertheless

My candle shall ever burn so bright

For you will live forever

In my heart and in it’s light

 

Robin R. Robbins

10/9/96

In loving memory of Curtis Scott Robbins: June 23, 1964 – April 11, 1995

Sunrise Of Love

You said ‘hello’ this morning so loud and clear

Yet also softly

Bright

Through clouds of shapeless memories

I forgot to say ‘good day’ to You

Yet You smiled so sweetly

Through endless beautiful color

I felt Your love

All my fears washed away

My dreams became reality again

Within reach

Through the pretty pink hue

As lavender touched the sky

And the brightness overcame the darkness

Through forming clouds

I vowed to make this day a good one

To share Your love

With all

And to keep in my heart always

The memory

Of the wondrous picture You painted this morning

As You said ‘hello’

With the sunrise

Robin R. Robbins

9/10/92