Lessons from the Show
Karen talked to us about her life and her service mentality and offered us many wonderful lessons that point us towards an authentic, happy and fulfilling life and career including:
- Recognizing, as she looks back, that she used to know her neighbors but had no relationships, whereas now she lives with a fabric of interconnectedness in a rich community, and that this is much more comfortable, reassuring, and generative;
- If we are to find happiness and stability, we must be willing to acknowledge that we hold fears that are not valid;
- To discover our true life, we must be willing to listen, and to make ourselves vulnerable..and to recognize that being vulnerable isn’t always about words, but can be about actions.
About Karen Guess
Karen Guess is a career educator and writer. She graduated with a B.A. in History from Wake Forest University and spent the next twelve years teaching middle and high school in Japan, inner city Richmond, and suburban Atlanta. For the last eight years, she has worked closely with her father, Ron Blue, editing, compiling, and creating content for both Kingdom Advisors and The Ron Blue Institute. Together, they authored the book Never Enough? Three Keys to Financial Contentment. Karen and her husband have three children and reside in Clarkston, Georgia, a city that is home to several thousand refugees from all over the world. They are passionate about neighboring in their community and sharing its beauty with others.
You can contact Karen by email at email@example.com or on facebook at karenblueguess.
This is episode # 159