Before I started HeartStories I was selling medical devices, a highly challenging and equally high-paying career. After years of selling pharmaceuticals and being told I didn’t have what it took to get a device job, I was feeling pretty “successful”. I enjoyed the challenge and felt like everything was on the right path.
Until that moment.
Until that moment in 2011, when the Super Bowl came to Dallas. It was when I first learned about the atrocities of human trafficking, here, in Texas. My heart broke wide open and I didn’t know what to do about it. I had this full-time job and two small kids. I was too busy. I was too tired. I was too depleted to do anything more.
But it wouldn’t leave my mind.
I started to see everything differently and wonder if anything I was doing was making a lasting impact. It took …