AORE Annual Report 2013 - Page 12

about  the  relationship  between  the  hammer  and  the  nail.    I  have  done  both  and  am  grateful  that  I   know  where  my  talents  lie  and  what  my  limitations  are.    The  beauty  of  offering  to  serve  over  the   last  week  has  been  working  with  Jeannette  and  Hannah  about  the  relationship  between  the   hammer  &  nail  then  having  the  chance  to  work  on  building  something  with  that   leadership.    While  the  specific  work  of  my  internship  is  inconsequential,  the  process  is  my  take   away.     Coming  full  circle  to  the  title  of  this  piece,  if  you  do  not  know  what  occurs  behind  the  scenes  then   you  can  never  truly  appreciate  the  parts  that  create  the  performance.    I  learned  early  on  in  my   career  that  if  you  want  to  be  a  catalyst  for  change  and  make  a  contribution,  one  must  consider   understanding  the  full  depth  and  dimension  of  what  you  are  up  against  before  you  can  determine   the  most  impact  for  change.     Over  the  time  at  the  AORE  National  Office,