For as long as I can remember I've found it hard to belong.
I grew up in a Korean/Japanese/Canadian household in Vancouver. Our traditions came from many cultures, but we didn’t fit into any larger tribe.
Since then, I’ve lived in eight cities on three continents and worked for a variety of organizations. I co-founded my own company, believing this would ultimately lead to my place of belonging.
It didn’t. I became deeply dissatisfied, confused and suffered with chronic insomnia. My light went dim. So I walked away from all of it.
All of that changed when I started holding space for leaders to do their good work. In working with my clients' challenges, I’ve discovered my sense of belonging.
When we have each other, we have everything.