1. YOU Are Not a Failure!

    Let me begin with I am sorry. I know you give your best and try your hardest to have everything work and to make people happy. Yet sometimes, you feel like you have missed the mark. So you drink, eat, veg on the coach, or cry silent tears in your car or in the shower. I am apologizing for all the times life has made you feel like you are wrong, bad, weak, stupid, ugly, or dumb. I know you won't sa…Read More

  2. Surprise!: Sucker-Punched by the Unknown

    Sometimes, the hardest thing in the world to do is try again. It takes a different kind of courage to get-up again rather than to begin. The courage it takes to start is pure adrenaline and passion. The courage I am talking about happens after you have failed. It is a slower kind of courage. Wiser. More deliberate. It takes more compassion and grace you or I may be use to granting ourselves. Since…Read More

  3. Our Deepest Fear…

    "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure." Marianne Williamson, A Return to Love. I have been trying to write to you for three weeks and have been unable to do so. Why: because I am terrified. Have you ever felt totally disjointed, when your deepest fears came roaring to the surface?  Here is my truth right now: I am scared that I a…Read More

  4. Self-Worth & Success

    When you open your mouth, who’s  talking? Have you ever heard yourself say: "I can't afford" or "I don't deserve" or "I don't have the time to..." particularly when it comes to your self-care? I will go further. Do you find yourself spending money on your children, your company, or your cause FIRST, thus sacrificing your needs or at best, making do with what's left? The leftovers are usually ex…Read More

  5. Self-Worth, Worry & Wealth

    Self-Worth, worry, and wealth just don't mix. Let me explain. I am expanding--rather my business is expanding and I am LOOSING MY @#$%# MIND!!! It's not bad--it's just when you expand everything that use to work for you all falls apart. At the same time. Really. Because of all of the rapid growth (aka change) I am experiencing, my old habit of worrying has run amuck. I use to worry about hurting p…Read More

  6. What’s Your ‘Why’ that’s Worth it to You?

    What is your 'why' that makes living your purpose and knowing your worth significant enough for you to go beyond where you routinely stop? I received an email from a wonderful women who had heard my interview on the Inspiring Women Summit a few weeks ago. She asked a great question about what to do when you hit a wall of resistance within yourself:   A.: LOVED hearing your story on the call, h…Read More

  7. Strategic Visioning: Know Your Worth!

    Your net-worth will never exceed your self-worth. If you find yourself doubting your ability, or worried about money, or scared about the future of your relationship,  or stressed about your kids, or angry with your body for not being able to do what it use to— read on. I would like to share some strategies that have made my transition from suffering to sailing through my growth process gentle …Read More

  8. Strategic Visioning: Living an Inspired Life!

    Beloved friends!!! Life is beautiful!!! I am so happy and proud of me I just had to share!! I am so living an inspired life! The last time I posted, I was coming out of a dark space. Well the light is shining bright!!! I am letting my LIFE shine! I encourage you to do the same. Here are the updates: ~I have been invited to be a featured speaker at the Inspiring Women Summit!!! THIS IS HUGE!!! ~I a…Read More

  9. Strategic Visioning: Believing You Again

    What would it take for you to believe you again? I don't mean 'believe in' you; I mean to believe in you like you could take what you say to yourself to the bank and the money would be there. And I don't, mean hope. I mean a deep knowing like you know "the Sun rises in the East and sets in the West" kind of knowing. Like knowing you are a man or knowing you are a woman--you don't have to believe t…Read More

  10. Strategic Visioning: Prospering from Pain

    Have you ever felt like one of those trapeze artists who swings through the air and lets go of the bar in trust that the person they are swinging toward will catch them? But they don't. And the trapeze artist free falls through the air as the ground--or net or sandbags--rushes up to meet him or her? Can you imagine what it must feel like physically to free-fall through air arms reaching out, hands…Read More