The daughter of a geophysicist and a long-time Houston resident (which if you’re not familiar with the city, has a massive fault zone running through it), I’ve always been intrigued by fractures and fault zones; of the seismic shifts that can occur over time and why some foundations can withstand the shifts, perhaps even becoming [...]
Recently I was feeling a bit silly and rather serious at the same time. Practicing a little creative visualization, I sheepishly snuck an advance reader copy of my upcoming book, Walking the Heart Path, into my local Barnes & Noble, found a few favorite authors' books for companions, placed my own on the shelf, took out my camera, [...]
Impossibility thinking comes from a place of fear and a lack of Faith. Possibility thinking comes from a place of love and a fundamental belief that all things work together for good. I'm curious to know... Expanding on the theme of dreams and miracles, are you driven more by your fears or your Faith? Despite [...]
If character is at the heart of effective leadership, do you have enough of what it takes to lead yourself and others?
Hope is more than passive, wishful thinking. At it's core, hope is about possibility thinking -- an active way of seeing, being and doing.
In a world that measures 'success' by milestones of achievement, it is tempting to lean into our past accomplishments as a measure of our self-worth and ability, focusing on what we've done (for ourselves), rather than what we can do (for others), especially during times of struggle or transition. While the process of achievement itself can be a [...]
Last week I wrote about pruning for purpose -- cutting out or back to create space for deeper meaning, growth and joy -- turning down the noise of life that we might tune into our own heart and others'. Though sometimes painful, I believe this process of pruning is necessary to reach the places we've [...]