Spirit Lead Me

Would you consider yourself an introvert or an extrovert? If you've never thought about that question, let's define what it means. An extrovert gets their energy from hanging out with people. If you spend a ton of time alone, you start to climb the walls. You recharge your batteries by spending time with others. On … Continue reading Spirit Lead Me

How Saying “Yes, And” Changed My Life

In my very first post on this blog, I shared a story about the very first time someone told me to "find your voice." (Missed it? Check it out here) I had just started a new job and, although I had an inkling after that experience, I had no clue the extent of growth and … Continue reading How Saying “Yes, And” Changed My Life

The Eye of the Storm

When I was 7 years old my family moved to a remote island called Yap in the South Pacific. Within 18 months of moving there, my family was introduced to something the locals had been experiencing for decades – a tropical storm called a typhoon. Much like a hurricane, a typhoon can inflict much damage … Continue reading The Eye of the Storm

Circles vs. Rows

There is a story about the northern Natal tribes in South Africa. They greet one another each day, saying Sawa Bona, which means “I see you.” Their response is Sikhona, which means “I am here. Through this exchange, they are telling one another “until you see me I do not exist; and when you see … Continue reading Circles vs. Rows