This post is inspired by a TED NPR Podcast called, "The Source of Creativity." https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/npr-ted-radio-hour-podcast/id523121474?mt=2&i=319670524 I write this from my short term apartment in Tarragona, Spain - which is part of a month long, first time journey to Europe. I love traveling, yet I miss being home, especially having left homebase with so many things … Continue reading Creativity at its finest
Happy Monday. What a refreshing weekend with the team -- refreshing enough to reconvene with my blog and reflect. Again, life seems to have swept me off my feet for the last few months - away from sharing my thoughts. So here goes: The team and I just got back from our retreat over the … Continue reading Retreat theme – Growth
Having a solid team is the most valuable asset any company can have. And more recently for me, my team has been a big motivating factor. Their dreams and desires and their families linger in my mind as I make decisions. It's tough when key team members are struggling or challenged. It really is like … Continue reading Cherish your team
What if you never took the risk of potential failure, being challenged, or being vulnerable? Would it have really made life a little bit easier? Or would never knowing what the outcome of your decision is, be an even harder ordeal to handle? I often think of these questions, to remind myself that the blessings … Continue reading What if?
From: I'll Be You and You Be Me by Ruth Krauss. Illustrated by Maurice Sendak For this #2014 - let's give each other dreams Happy New Year everyone! I hope and pray that God continues to move you towards the greatness that you are called to be.
«Merry Christmas and Happy New Year» As 2014 approaches us, the many events of 2013 continue to linger in my mind. I remember once telling a colleague of mine that I feel I move swiftly from one event to another, that before I could get comfortable in one place or one role – I am … Continue reading From the Desk of Christina N. Luna
"When a moment knocks on the door of your life, it is often no louder than the beating of your heart, and it is very easy to miss it." - Boris Pasternak