“Surely I’m in a dream. This is too surreal to be true,” I thought, as I looked for any signal that life as I knew it had not just changed faster than I could blink back the tears. [more]
“Mind if we turn on some music?” As I hit the button to turn on a radio station, a car coming in my direction shone it’s light directly into my eyes and temporarily blinded me. I moved over a little bit to try not to hit anything before my vision came back and I was able to see the road in front of me. [more]
“My heart is breaking for you,” came the compassionate words of a friend as she held my hand while my shoulders heaved and sobs caught in my throat.
I found myself in circumstances that I could never have predicted nor imagined. In fact, I had tried to obey all the rules, do everything right, and tell the truth, yet it didn’t serve to make me immune from trial or heartache. Quite the contrary, I came to realize that many don’t value the truth. [more]
This week while Dr. Bengtson is continuing to recover from a several week-long bout with pneumonia, her friend and author Jayme Hull, will be answering a question based on her newly released book, “Face To Face Discover How Mentoring Can Change Your Life.”
I know your book is about mentoring but how did your passion for mentoring begin?
Great question. When I arrived in NYC to become a Broadway star, I often felt about two inches tall and totally lost. Just a number in a huge crowd, surrounded by highly competitive people. Sure, I attended classes and knew a few people but I was not connected and certainly not plugged into a close community. [more]