Pick a Lane and Crush the Crickets

Crickets... Crickets... Crickets...

My blog has been silent for a while. It’s not like I don’t have anything to say. I’ll pause while those of you who know me say, “You’ve got that right!” Okay, let’s move along.

I haven’t been blogging because I have too much to say. I’ve been suffering from analysis paralysis. I just want to share life lessons and since I’ve been around since the dinosaurs, I have plenty of them. I want to write about the book I just finished. I just want to write and encourage. I’m told by the experts my target is too broad. So for a season, I’m picking a lane, so to speak. I’m going to share tidbits from what I am most passionate right now-what I perceive to be my unique voice within our universal experiences. I’m choosing to write about principles from my book, “Conquering Everyday Captivity” – The power of creating proximity to unlock your more. (tagline still in process)

See what I learned in this past season is if you’re not dead yet, God has more for you. We’ve all felt some form of captivity in our daily life- where we feel trapped, stuck, limited in some way. We’ve felt like something is holding us back or hemming us in. What I’ve learned is that while my wounded self was tempted to shrink back, what God was asking me to do was to rise up and fill the space I’m in.

I want to share what I’ve learned about filling the space I’m in. I want to challenge your perceptions about where you are in life and what you can do about it. I want to show you how to thrive in captivity by creating proximity. As I’ve spent time living this material I know it’s not just for me. As I share bits and pieces of this with others I see a little light go on. I think that light is hope.

If your hope in the future has been wounded, join me in the journey. If you’ve ever felt “done” and wondered if there was more for you, hop aboard. If you’ve ever said, “there’s nothing I can do,” there IS something you can do and we’ll do it together. Whoo Hoo! I’m stoked!

There! I’ve picked a lane and I’m going to crush the crickets of inaction. How about you?