I Don't Have a Lane I Have a Life
Tray Kearney is a mother, mentor, healing agent and an entrepreneur. She is a native of Essex County New Jersey. Considered to be a Renaissance woman Tray feels as though she can do ALL things through Christ who strengthens her.
With several major life changing experiences she has navigated through some rough waters. Earlier on Tray lived the life that most women desire. By the age of 25 she was married, had access to stars and was living the “lavish” life. To whom much is given, much is required. Sometimes life throws you a huge curve ball or as she states "making a wrong choice can totally change the trajectory of your life in an instant. At first it will feel like the end of the world and then it will reveal its true meaning".
People often ask her what she does and for many years Tray tried to put herself in a box. The truth is she does many things. As she states; "I don't have a lane I have a life. I've overcome the devastation of infidelity. I've gotten the diagnosis of autism for my youngest son. I cared for my mother until she passed from breast cancer. I've had to reactivate and reinvent myself many times. So, I am here to support you, you let me know how. Remember I don't have a lane I have a life that has made my purpose clear. My purpose is to serve the people that God assigned to me thorough my gifts, talents and experiences." Tray looks forward to serving you.
PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND in addition to being a Certified Life and Executive Leadership Coach she is one of the co-host and producer of the Woman to Woman show. She is a 2x Author, Speaker and gifted Moderator. Kearney recently launched her newest baby the New You Nation Network TV Network. A network that caters to Generation X and beyond. She believes her generation is the middle child generation that has been silenced for far too long.
She is a member of National Association of Black Female Executives in Music and Entertainment (NABFEME), National Association of Professional Women (NAPW), a member of Cast and Crew of Color, and an advocate for Nassan's Place and My Goal Autism Support Group.
PERSONAL MANTRA~ “I don't have a lane I have a life". She believes she is not here to do one thing or serve one group of people. Tray believes that we all have one God given purpose In life and that is to serve the people that God assigned to you though your gifts, talents and experiences. she is excited and on her journey to do just that.
Truth + Transparency = Healing
3 PIVOTAL MOMENTS IN MY LIFE
Forgiving oneself can be the hardest thing to do in life. Especially when you've hurt people and those you love in the process.
Committing adultery is the biggest mistake I've made in my life and the residue still shows up from time to time.
I had to let go, get help and heal. Along my journey of self discovery and healing I learned I am not my biggest mistake but my better choices. My mistakes were not to destroy me or mold me but to teach me and grow me so that I could be the light at the end of someone else's trouble.
I am a lifeboat to someone as many have been a life boat to me. Being on the receiving end of infidelity taught me exactly what the pain I caused to others felt like so I can relate from being the offender and the offended. Which has given me compassion as well as empathy for both parties without judgement. Would I want to go through any of it again? No, but I Thank God for the lessons and the testimony and the ability to help others.
Stage 4 Breast Cancer
The hardest words I ever heard from my mom "I have a lump under my arm and it's been there for a while."
Next came one of the hardest things I've heard from a doctor "Your mother has stage 4 breast cancer. We need to remove the breast and start chemo immediately."
Then the worst thing I have ever heard in my life "There's nothing more we can do. Take her home and make her comfortable. Would you like the number to Hospice." My response: "Nothing. She's only 62." The doctors response: "I'm Sorry."
Where is home when you don't have a mom?
Our Autism Journey with Germaine Jr.
When Germaine was diagnosed with autism we didn't know what to expect. Everything we heard or thought we knew was not at all positive. As Germaine grew we realized he is just different and not in a bad way. His view is what the world needs. Less Judgement. More compassion and acceptance of the differences we see in one another. Germaine doesn't see color, sex, race or gender in his eyes we are all the same. What a wonderful way to live.
If you look in the dictionary under unconditional love you will find a picture of Germaine Jr. The words that he cannot speak has taught us that love is more action than words!!!!
He's bright, funny and full of life. His smile has turned on a special light inside of us and though it may not be easy we accept this journey and look forward to all God has in store for Germaine.