Full disclosure, I don’t always practice what I preach

Like many of you, I have been running myself ragged, trying to keep up with things. With a growing group agency, we recently moved locations and expanded our reach. To add to that, my coaching business is doing well with speaking opportunities. In fact, last week, I shared with a group of women in Chicago. It was amazing! As great as it all is, needless to say, it’s been hectic. I share often about listening to your body and for … Continue reading

The Three C’s of Success [Part 3 of 3]

Welcome to Part 3 of 3 There are many factors involved creating success in your life but in my experience, it can be reduced to three simple concepts. The first C is commitment; the second C is clarity. The final C is . . . Connection: Even though relationships are crucial for success, we still believe deep down that we can do it alone. We believe we do not really need anyone and because we believe this, we exhaust ourselves. Women are notorious … Continue reading

The Three C’s of Success [Part 2 of 3]

Welcome to Part 2 of 3 There are many factors to creating success in your life but in my experience, it can be reduced to three simple concepts. The first C is commitment; the second C is . . . Clarity:  Now that you are fully invested in making changes, you must be clear on what to do and how to do it. Clarity is essential to your success. No matter how committed you are, if you have no clear … Continue reading

The Three C’s of Success [Part 1 of 3]

Welcome to Part 1 of 3 We all want success in life. Some people seem to be able to make things happen while others struggle. What makes the difference? There are many factors involved but in my experience, it can be reduced to three simple concepts: Commitment:  More people fail due to a lack of commitment than any other reason. This is why commitment is the first C for success. If you are not fully committed to your success, no … Continue reading

5 Ways to be Thankful

The holidays are a stressful time. Your routine is off, family schedules get complicated, plans shift as you figure out who is going to do what for Thanksgiving dinner. No matter how organized you might be, it can easily become chaotic and confusing. To add to that, you have the emotional component of spending time with family. Though you love each other, you notice yourself and others quickly reverting to old patterns of behavior. Past hurts may resurface as adults … Continue reading

How I tamed my inner critic

Did you know you have an inner critic? Do you know what it says? Even worse, do you listen to your inner critic? The truth is we all have it, including me. And if you’re like most of us, you listen to it far more than you should. Here’s the thing, in some ways your inner critic is actually a blessing. It helps keep you safe. But it is not necessarily looking out for your best interest. Its only job is to … Continue reading

Number ONE killer of dreams . . . not what you think

Do you have dreams? What’s on your bucket list? Do you even have a bucket list? (if not, we really need to talk!) I know you have dreams. They might be buried deep down but they are there. The problem is, you go through life thinking these dreams will finally happen yet, somehow, you are another year older and in the same place. Nothing has changed, except maybe your dreams. You start to wonder, maybe it will never happen. Or worse, you keep holding onto it, believing it … Continue reading

[Video] An Abundance Mindset

I absolutely love all the online software and programs out there. It is so fun to create things for you. That’s why I’m very excited about my upcoming 30 day program. In the meantime, I had fun creating this video for you. Do you have an Abundance Mindset? As a society, we are immersed in a scarcity thinking. It is based on seeing problems, fear, obstacles. An Abundance Mindset turns problems into opportunities, fear into curiosity, and obstacles into possibilities. An Abundance Mindset can … Continue reading

Keeping Your Resolutions in 4 Easy Steps

Are you one of many people who have made New Year’s resolutions? And are you one of many people who find themselves not following through on their resolutions? It is one thing to have honest intentions to exercise more, relax more, or travel more, but it is another thing altogether to make room in your daily schedule for new activities or habits. As the humdrum of daily life continues, you find yourself swept away in the current of continuity. You … Continue reading