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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Spotlight on .... Brooke Miller / INA Conference Speaker

The thing about making changes ....

This past weekend I lost my phone in my car. After having a friend call it and “shhh”…listen-for-it-to-vibrate-so-I-can-follow-the-sound-to-find-out-where-it-is…I figured it fell somewhere between the seat and the door.

So I reached my arm down to grab it…nothing. After wishing my arms were longer and my hands were bigger, I reached further. My fingers eventually made contact, barely. I moved and reached and stretched and extended—and finally got a hold of it. It’s almost embarrassing to describe the level of excitement I felt when I realized it just might be able to make this happen…

Then I wiggled. I wiggled my arm and hand and grip back and forth and tried to maintain my hold long enough to free the phone to safety in my hands. At one point, I had it…and then it dropped again, letting me know my only option was to get out of the car, move the seat, and grab it once and for all.

Why am I telling you about my weekend phone follies?

Brooke Miller will be a featured speaker at the upcoming INA Conference in San Francisco. To learn more about Ms. Miller, visit Soapbox Therapy.


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