Why do we wait for "big events" to push us into the spotlight?
On Good Friday, 1964 an earthquake lasting four and half minutes shivered across Alaska. A whopping 9.2 on the Richter scale, it was the second most powerful in recorded history. When it struck, a woman named Genie Chance was in her car taking her son to pick up a book. At first, Chance thought she’d blown a tire. When it ended 4 minutes and 38 seconds later, she knew she hadn’t Chance was a reporter for KENI, Alaska’s radio and TV station. It was extremely uncommon for a wom