Japanese Squeeze

Hello, Our company seeks a Customer Liaison Officers to help manage and facilitate communication with our North America customers. You were recommended by our recruiting team for the position, after assessments of your online professional profile. If you are interested, I will be happy to provide you with more details.Warm Regards. The email appeared in…

How to Define Your Day

Today’s lesson: Don’t define your day by your work performance or the amount of things you accomplished – define it by who you chose to be and how you treated others. What a craaaazy couple of daaaays. It’s wild how we can feel so in control and on top of things one day and completely,…

A Human, Being

Anybody remember this post?¬†Yeah, me neither. Apparently, I wrote it in mid-October of last year and then promptly forgot about it. Which is weird, right? I had what I felt was a real spiritual encounter, a full-on revelation from God. I’d assumed that such a mind-blowing declaration of sobering truth would be accompanied by thunder…

Game Change

Alright, y’all. It’s time to shake things up a bit. This blog has always (and will, probably, always) be about storytelling through writing. The written word is my bacon ‘n eggs. Always will be. But this blog is about me AND you. It’s about us moving forward, however imperfectly, together. So, I’m adding one more…

Three Simple Business-Building Truths They Won’t Teach You in School

The 6th and final post in the “Self-Annoyed:¬†Solopreneurship Done Write” series, where I openly battle for control over my mindset + wrestle with cultural myths about success. A year ago, I would have labeled this experiment a failure. As per usual, I set out with grand ambitions to create a new and groundbreaking work. In…

The Long Drive

My last post broke from the topic of work and business-building and, instead, grappled with the difficulty of facing up to failure and regret as it pertains to everyday life and the goals that we set for ourselves; more specifically, it dealt with the fact that my husband and I called it quits on our…