Many of you can relate to this “addiction”. The constant search for the answers to your most difficult and challenging life experiences. I believe, this search outside ourselves is one of the greatest addictions in our world...
“Sweetheart, don’t let anyone put you in a cage and clip your wings. You were meant to fly. So fly.” This sage advice was gifted to me by my Dad during one of the darkest times of my life. Years ago I found myself in the midst of an abusive relationship. Emotional. Physical. Psychological. And … Continue reading You were meant to fly. So fly.
It’s amazing to me how many miracles go unnoticed. We pray for good things to happen. We ask for signs, proof that we’re going in the right direction and even make 'trade promises' with the Divine if we can be given exactly what we asked for, “just this one time”. Then we wait, and we … Continue reading Unexpected Miracles in 2018
I'm sitting in the streets of Sofia, Bulgaria. A European city filled with hidden gems and almost a feel of Barcelona, Spain...but not quite. This morning I'm finding refuge and laughter in one place where everyone speaks a universal language and shares the same love for a modern vice...Starbucks! I adore immersing myself in foreign … Continue reading In the Streets of Sofia, Bulgaria
As I sit in the Paris airport I’m reminded again of the different cultures that span our world–thousands is truly an understatement. It’s so easy to just jump on a plane and find yourself as the minority in a foreign land. Appreciation for kindness and patience from others grows leaps and bounds when YOU’RE the … Continue reading Kindness Comes Back To You When It Matters Most
A powerful story about a maverick leader choosing to be the change we need to see in Corporate America. Thank you, Keith for your bravery and willingness to be vulnerable. Now this is great leadership! By: Keith Narr, Chief Technology Officer @ Cargill For nine months of the year you can find me coaching youth … Continue reading What Brave Leadership Looks Like; It’s Not What You Think
I was at a wedding reception tonight for friends of mine who have been together for a decade. A reminder of the gifts patience provides to those willing to learn the practice. Each of our desires is like a piece of fruit; the longer you wait the sweeter the experience when it’s ready to enjoy. … Continue reading Good Things Come To Those Who Wait