I have suffered. I have caused suffering. We all have, and it’s crucial to admit it, explore it, sift through and challenge one another to talk about it.
At RTC, we're blessed to learn so much from our clients. In fact, that's the reason we started this community. It wasn't right to keep all this beauty a secret. In this piece, Erin Cohen shares what she's learned from Jacqueline Camacho-Ruiz about gratitude.
At 10 years old, Jackie Camacho Ruiz started receiving scholarship money. What she did with it set up a pattern she would follow for the rest of her life.
When Jacqueline Camacho-Ruiz was 23 years old she nearly lost her life. That was the day she realized why she was put on this planet. She lives to serve others every day now. But you don't need to travel to death and back to live into gratitude...
At RTC, we're big time foodies. So as a distributed team, when we get together, food plays a major role in our time together. Here, Erin Cohen, describes one particular gathering and the love that hovers above the table as thoughts, ideas, and epiphanies are found are shared.
A few months ago we adopted the core value of love. Leading with Love is a practice we coined about a year ago and it defines our approach to our work and communication. If you were able to listen in on a typical RTC conversation, you would often hear...
Erin Cohen is currently creating podcasts and articles for the Around the Table Community. Here's an inside look at her process and the new epiphanies she's finding as she dives into this beautiful, creative work.
Doug Luffborough has lived an amazing life. From homeless on the streets and gangbanging in high school, to a college undergraduate degree at Northeastern where he gave his graduation class commencement speech, to a masters degree from Harvard and now making a difference through his non-profit and speaking around the country. While quiet in person, you put Doug on a stage and he unleashes that fire in his belly.
Devin knows a little about IMPOSSIBLE. But he also knows that there's something we're each here to do. Let Devin tap you on the shoulder and wake you up to awesome.
Doug Luffborough was homeless in high school. Five years later he was the student commencement speaker at Northeastern University Graduation, preceding the then President of the United States, Bill Clinton. Hear the speech that got Doug invited to the white house.
Author Mark Cripe is a 23 year veteran of the LA County Sheriff's Department. He's learned to accept that life will kick his ass over and over. Learn why he's okay with that.