Monthly Archives: January 2015

Slaying the Dragon: 6 Tips for When You’re Afraid

Fear is an awful monster that all of us have faced at some point in our lives. To be honest, for me, fear hasn’t ever completely gone away. Often it’s been in the background, lurking. Whether it’s my fear of … Continue reading

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In India, Anything is Possible

“In India, anything is possible.” This is what I was told every time we tried to convince an auto rickshaw to carry six of us instead of four. This is what I was told when I thought I wouldn’t be … Continue reading

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Let’s Interview: Nancilea Foster

Hey everyone! Jess here. Today I’ll be interviewing Nancilea Foster, former Olympic diver and competitor in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Nancilea was gracious enough to agree to an interview and share some of her insights on overcoming the obstacles of … Continue reading

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Overcoming the Fear

Though the coffee shop was a bit brighter as the sun began to shine through the windows, there definitely were areas of darkness still in the café.  The bulbs which worked simply were not enough to reach these corners of … Continue reading

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Family Mission- Fear of Family

  Family is the hardest mission field.  Why is that so?  Because family are the people that you are the most real with, the people that know all your dumb jokes, silly habits (and where you got them), how you … Continue reading

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