Something I know to be true from my own experience and from working with my clients is the value of having a strong “why” for everything we choose for our lives.
I never want to forget that it is okay to be a beginner. It is okay to ask questions and learn from what you don’t know. It is okay to give yourself permission to try something new, make mistakes, and grow.
Following our passion is not only a gift to ourselves, but to others whose hearts we touch. I believe we are here for a reason and that we each have unique gifts and talents to share. If they are not shared, we won't be the only people who experience a loss.
I’ve been obsessed with bamboo scaffolding ever since seeing it for the first time here in Hong Kong. There’s such a graphic, artistic nature to it. And at first, given how it’s mostly used decoratively at home in the US, it struck me as such an unexpected use of the material.
Years ago when my husband Chris and I were dating, he sent me an unexpected note that said, “How ‘bout an adventure?”
Three years ago was the catalytic event of my life that led me to go after my dreams of training to become a coach and starting my own business, and to learn some of my greatest life lessons (so far).