It all started with this:
“Yes, there is probably someone else that can do that thing you do better than you.
“But chances are, they are not standing where you are. You are surrounded by people, right now, that would love to hear and see and share in that gift you have that you are hesitant to share.”
And when I heard Rachel Whaley Doll read those lines from her book, The Exquisite Ordinary ($12, CreateSpace), I knew.
I knew we needed to talk — all of us — about our gifts.
Read the rest of my thoughts here, at the Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle. And will you join us on our project? Will you share your gifts?