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Find Your Voice by Using It

Roughly once a month for the past year a small group of people have gathered in a wine cellar tucked away beneath a restaurant in Seattle. We gather to tell stories. This group was birthed from a desire to use this beautiful space and a desire to create a place for people to bring parts of themselves that they want to be known to others….

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Four Reasons Why You Need a Routine

I’ve never been great at being scheduled. In some ways, time can just be difficult for me. That probably sounds crazy, and I wish I was joking, but I’m not. I have a hard time estimating time, and sticking to a schedule. Though being unscheduled can feel really nice, it can make getting things done rather difficult. As Stacia and I have pushed further into…

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How to Keep From Starting Things and Not Finishing Them

Confession time. I have a starting problem. I LOVE starting things! And I’m really good at it. I can start so many things, that you’ll loose track of them. In fact, I can start so many thing that I’ll loose track of them. I can get so excited about the ideas behind things that I want to just jump in and start. And I do….

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That Once-In-a-Lifetime Opportunity: Does it Really Exist?

Can we talk about that “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” for a moment? We hear this a lot, and it’s all really exciting, but I want to pick it apart a little bit. “Once-in-a-lifetime” things are electric. They give us butterflies in our stomachs. They feel as though, if we play our cards just right, we will go places and experience things that we couldn’t otherwise. Thus, we…

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Launching, Leaping, and Risking (and The Fear Of It)

I’ve been excited about launching this blog for quite some time. I’ve been talking about it and writing for it for a while. Now it’s here. Now it’s launching. And in the last few weeks, I have found myself dragging my feet and coming up with so many reasons not to do this. All of a sudden, I have so many other things to do….

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