I'm not crazy about saying no. When I think about saying no to a client it makes me feel that I'm rejecting them and of course THEN I feel they will reject me if I say no. That's how I feel but the truth is a lot deeper than that. Never saying no means I … Continue reading Super HERO or Super DON’T?
Most of us have, at one point or another, questioned our purpose in this life. We hesitate in running towards our dreams, wondering if they are realistic and doubting there is life in them. We question our existence and we begin to ask, "why?" and, "now what?". This self-defeating attitude can easily take over any … Continue reading Discover Your Purpose
You were designed for far more and to be far better than all your haunts, all your ghosts and all your demons combined. YOU ARE A PERSON OF WORTH and you deserve to treat YOURSELF as one.
Here are 4 steps that will ground you every morning so that your day is strong, confident and productive.
How can you know what is possible if you are not willing to try? Why do you say you will fail if you don't even TRY?
If we never failed, we would never know the struggle of getting back up and we would never understand how we need to adapt in order to keep growing.
It is 'trendy' to label ourselves and stand apart from everyone else yet we want full acceptance and I'm not sure that is something the human race is actually capable of doing. Why not? Because we confuse acceptance with understanding. Is it possible to accept without understanding? It is possible to agree to disagree?
Blaming is a game we have all played in the past and will likely play in the future. Maybe even right now you are playing it in your head. It is so much easier to blame someone or a situation or event for causing us to fall short of an expectation. What is not easy, … Continue reading Playing the Blame Game
I used to quit easily. I have a fairly long list of regrets that can be traced back to a quitting spirit. But several years ago I finally decided to be true to myself - and from that truth has come strength and resiliency that I never knew I was capable of having! Here is my commitment to myself and, ultimately, to my clients and my team.
I can barely wrap my brain around the horrible news, sounds, and sights of the latest of the school shootings. Regardless of where you sit on the gun access issue, hopefully we can all share some common ground. That common ground should be the concern for the safety and well-being of our children. Our common … Continue reading Coping with Fear – A Response to Parkland Florida School Shooting