Tim is the founder of Angiepalooza and Red Slipper Warrior Project.
He is a 32 year veteran of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Tim founded Angiepalooza and Red Slipper Warrior Project after the death of his newlywed bride, Angie to colon cancer. He continues the mission today, promoting the empowerment of women and young girls fighting cancer.
- Tim’s biggest habit is his natural curiosity that drives innovation.
- He wants to figure out how to fix things.
- Tim created Angiepalooza, a small concert festival in downtown Jefferson City to support victims of cancer.
- Cancer is something that you get.
- It is not something that you are.
- Focus on winning the day.
- What can you do every day?
- Empowerment is important, so Tim tries to give others a warrior mentality.
- He wants to give women and girls battle gear to fight their battles.
- Tim is comforted by the thought that he’s not driving this. He’s just the boots on the ground.
- We have a responsibility to act.
- The right people and decisions come into your life.
- Don’t worry if it’s right. Just do it.
- You’ll never jump higher than you set your bar.
- Creating a winning mentality takes time.
Tim Tinnin’s Recharge Round
- Share with us how you believe your mindset affects your life? He has a positive mindset and thinks outside of himself. It’s about knowing that you’re making a difference and seeing it is like fuel.
- What do you do daily to bring Energy into your life? He realizes that his work is so important and so needed.
- Share the number one connection that has made the biggest impact on your life? Angie was a huge connection for him. His current fiancée is also very important.
- What advice has Influenced you the most in your life? “Don’t get too excited about good news. Don’t get too down about bad. Because it all changes.”
- Define in one sentence or less, what legacy you want to leave on the world? He hopes that at some point one of the women he has helped can look back and said that he helped them be better.