My 2-day Authentic Marketing Retreat called Choosing Abundance was AWESOME! A great group of women business owners gathered in a lovely location with yummy food and worked through a detailed curriculum for getting clear and compelling about their business introduction (aka message).Read More
Before I talk to you about distractions, you must promise me – you must promise me – that you will not judge yourself for your distractions,
That’s because judging just kills all the fun. It can kill your business.
When you’re judging yourself, it’s much harder to take action. And action is so key in building a business you love.Read More
I am here today to answer the question of, “Why do I do energy work to help people succeed in business?” I was at a networking meeting yesterday and my fellow networkers were giving me feedback about some marketing I'm doing for my event that’s coming up in October.Read More
Today I want to talk to you about the freedom to change. We’ve been on a theme of freedom this month because of July 4th and this is a very important freedom to be conscious of and to adopt. Now, why is that?
It’s very easy in the physical world to think that things are solid– like these leaves are solid, this iron railing is solid – and yet, over time, it all changes. These plants, they all change. We change.Read More
Today I want to talk to you about being free to choose. That seems to be self-evident, doesn’t it? It’s like, “Of course, I'm free to choose,” but in my experience, sometimes we’re really not. We think we are, but we’re really not. Making a choice conscious is a really great practice.Read More
If you are on Facebook, you’ve likely seen the many “Me too” posts shared there – to date there have been 1,400,000 of them. The point of these posts is to focus attention on how much sexual harassment, assault, and abuse women experience. Each post makes my heart ache. And when a beloved younger relative posted, “Me too”, I cried.Read More
In the aftermath of the death of my beloved companion dog Sophie, I have had to pay much closer attention to self-care. I have been tired and distracted by grief. I couldn't concentrate enough to work very much for the first three weeks after she died. Even reading was a challenge as my mind and body were processing her absence. The last time I lost a major figure in my life was 27 years ago when my father died with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). After his funeral I went back to work and managed the roller coaster of grief by pushing the painful feelings away.Read More