Englewood

The Confidence Project

Behind the podium at the Englewood Toastmasters Club

WEI YI OW

WEI YI OW

I came in second,” says Sherri Allen-Reeves, stepping out from behind the lectern, “and most people who come in second and not first would feel defeated.” Her voice is powerful, but not too loud. Each word is measured, patiently delivered. “But I felt like I had come in first because for the first time in my life, I competed. I stepped out of my comfort zone, and I did something I had never done before.” Continue reading