Every time I see a meme that says something like “Strong women support each other” or “Strong women make other women feel better and do better” [and crap like that] I always think to myself “Hey, that’s how roller derby chicks are!” Continue reading I’m 48. I’m balding. And I play roller derby… And this is Why I Love It.
Scrolling through the catalog of faces LinkedIn suggests I may know, I am boggled by wonder and questions. Who are these people? And what lies are they hiding? And when was this profile image taken, is it over 5 years old?
“Caused a leak in a most vulnerable and important corporate secret leading to instituting a confidence policy at work.”
One thing most over-achievers probably have in common is the sensation that they will never be good enough. It’s their drive, their push and motivation to do more. To be more. They’re the first to raise their hands and volunteer to help, and always the last ones to leave.
They have a voice inside, a chilling screaming voice reminding them how others are better.
We’ve crossed the Sea of Cortez 4 times. Twice in a straight line from the Baja peninsula to Manzanita. Twice in the longer crossing, with a more diagonal line from Cabo San Lucas straight to Bahia de Banderas – the bay where Puerto Vallarta can be found.