I created this space because I’m absolutely fascinated by Perspective. My Ah Ha moment came from doing lots of observing of people and conversations. I watched people argue, miscommunicate and actually say the same thing, and get angry at other people for seemingly no reason. Then at the same time, I watched people totally thrive in their lives when it seemed like they had every reason to just toss in the towel. In the end, in my opinion, it’s all about their perspective.
A LITTLE ABOUT ME
I started working at The Transformation Network in 2011 as an audio intern. I had no idea what it was other than it was a radio network all about “positive talk” owned by Dr. Pat Baccili, who also had her own radio show. My job initially was to edit all of the talk shows from the day and while I was there to listen and monitor the live stream to make sure nothing went wrong.
I immediately fell in LOVE with the content being presented. Ideas about self-care, growth mindset, personal transformation, spirituality, and overall wellbeing were things I’d always had some level of interest, but this job took it to another level.
I immediately started day dreaming about my life working there full time and what that could look like. (I didn’t realize at the time I was manifesting).
I saw the network and Dr. Pat as this incredible space to contribute to something creative and positive. I dove in head-first to learn everything I could. At the same time I was constantly absorbing the teachings from our hosts about “life” and transformation.
I didn’t realize at the time this would lead me down a very interesting personal growth and transformation journey. The way I looked at the world began to change, subtly. I’m talking like 6 years into this before I had the conscious realization that I was shifting.
Now & Next
Now that I’m consciously aware of this journey I’m on and actively continuing to expand my mind I am finally ready to step out more visibly to share my own perspective AND be very transparent because I still have NO idea what I’m doing half of the time. That’s why I want to have conversations with others about their perspective so we can all learn and grow together.