Two Lives

“Tyler changed my life.  He showed me the magic and the beauty within the most unexpected things.  He gave me strength just by holding my hand.  He gave me purpose and a sense of calm.”   – Catrina Simbe I recently went to a fundraising dinner.  It was for a foundation called Tyler’s Grace, createdContinue reading “Two Lives”

5 Important Lessons

I came across the following video on the interwebs, through an email that had a link, that led to another a link, and then to another…you know how those web discoveries go. I’ve heard about near-death experiences (NDEs, as they’re called), and though I haven’t really dug in and followed any specific story, I’ve heardContinue reading “5 Important Lessons”

Fergus the Dog

I received an email in my inbox the other day from Reid Tracy, the CEO of Hay House.  No, it wasn’t to me personally 🙂 …it’s just part of a e-newsletter I get.  The content struck a chord with me that I wanted to share with you. Fergus is Reid’s dog.  On a recent roadContinue reading “Fergus the Dog”

Discover Your “Why”

I began a 100-Day Challenge a few days ago, with a long list of things I wanted to do on a daily basis.  I plan to mark off each one when it’s completed and then write a little more detail in my “challenge notebook” to record what exactly I did for certain categories. I wasContinue reading “Discover Your “Why””

Talk to a Stranger

“Connection requires vulnerability.” – Dr. Brene Brown On a break from work last week, heading out to get a coffee, I was walking along the storefronts of a nearby shopping center, and when I looked ahead, an older gentleman wearing a Marine Corps cap was walking toward me.  I smiled and said hi as weContinue reading “Talk to a Stranger”

Vulnerability

“Dr. Brene Brown studies human connection – our ability to empathize, belong, and love. In a poignant, funny talk at TEDxHouston, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. A talk to share.” Watch her thought-provoking, 20-minute presentationContinue reading “Vulnerability”