When I sat down to write my bio, and reviewed the myriad of bios out there, I found the typical theme of being broke down then overcoming story line. *boring*.
I just do not even want to bore you with my "poor me"/rags to riches story...
Suffice it to say that we all have stories. What I have come to know is that when life is lived sh*t happens. We are all full of stories. It is practically impossible to tell anyone all of our stories. Most of our stories are useful to our formation, and yet, not always relevant to be shared.
The stories we tell are only relevant within a context.
I could bore you with stories about almost dying in a foreign country, growing up with an alcoholic father who died when I was 9 years old, and being raised by a single mother.
Or I could reveal some unusual elements like, being a twin and having numerous psychic moments as a young child, dynamic prophetic dreams and synchronistic moments when I took specific actions (in ways I didn't quite understand) that ended up saving someone's life.
I could even distract you with some of the brushes with fame I have had, hanging out with Reggie White, being hugged by Maya Angelou, having a one-in-a-lifetime-talk with Branford Marsalis, or breaking bread with The Barefoot Artist, Lily Yeh.
What is helpful, useful and valuable is to share stories within a context of mutual respect, immersive attention, relevant metaphors and generous listening!
If you are trying to decide if I am someone you should work with, I invite you to watch this short video:
If you choose to work/play/create with me, I am ready!!!
With Authenticity & Love,