The Gift of a Different Perspective

I was triggered by something the other day and felt called to share it in the hopes that it will enlighten others...

Before I start with the story, let me remind you that I am not here to judge anyone else's beliefs or to push my beliefs on you. I am just attempting to share my own personal experience and my processing of what is happening in the world today.

I am well aware that my processing is all wrapped up in the lens I see out of, which is unlike anyone else's because we all have our own unique lens we look out of, and unlike our eyeglass prescriptions, no two lenses are alike!!!

Here's what happened...

I heard a very tragic story about a police officer, and as reported, a very good cop - nothing like Derek Chavin, the monster who killed George Floyd. Steven Gutzwiller was ambushed and killed, leaving his 2 year old child and a pregnant wife.

And it triggered in me the fact that, if this was all happening in the 80s or 90s, that widow could have been me, and those babies could...

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Still Struggling... And Sending Love To All!

love personal growth Jun 05, 2020
Still struggling with what’s going on in our country. Still struggling to find the right words. Still worried about saying the wrong thing. But still trying anyway.
 
Lots of thoughts. Lots of reflection. Lots of emotions.
 
All I can do today and every day is simply be the best I can be and take action out of love to all people regardless of race, religion, color, heritage, sex, profession or political persuasion.
 
I know our souls are colorless and unbiased so that is what I choose to focus on. #source #goodenergy
 
Our physical world taints so much of our innate goodness.
 
I send love to all humankind. 💕 And ask that you join me in replacing assumptions & judgement with a deeper desire to understand our fellow human beings. 🙏💫
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Lies I Told Myself That Held Me Back

I remember back when I was an executive at AOL, I never felt like I "fit" the role. ... When I got promoted to Vice President, I felt out of place because I always thought I wasn't credentialed enough.

I was working with some super smart and well-educated people, with advanced degrees from Stanford and Harvard Business school, and here I was... a person with only 3 years at a B-rated college under her belt.

Yeah! I worked hard, got along well with my peers, and ended up being rewarded for my efforts - even though climbing the corporate ladder was not on my agenda - because, honestly, the voice in my head always compared my lack of an education to the people I worked with. So I pegged myself as less capable than them...

So if you asked the old me if one day I'd have my own business and would be helping others start their own online businesses, you'd probably see her jaw drop, followed by a deer-in-headlights stare, before she blurted out: "I don't have what it takes to do THAT!"

Until I...

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