In this week’s video, I’m showing you how I stay inspired and motivated, no matter what is going on. You’ll hear a story about a recent argument between my partner and I and how we used one piece of paper to solve it! And how that piece of paper has helped me make thousands of dollars. And you’ll get to see a card that my mom wrote to me before she passed away. Read the rest of this post »
Archive: Mindset and Personal Development
I’ve been writing a lot about how my personal life has impacted my business (most notably my family emergency and my remodel).
But for the most part, I’ve only really touched on surface things — like how these things have impacted my efficiency and work habits. Read the rest of this post »
Much to my surprise, this week ended up turning into a pretty good writing week.
I got an excellent start on my next book along with completing other writing work (which included my blog posts and updating my website). Read the rest of this post »
Stress getting to you? Affirmations help! Read the rest of this post »
I feel like I’ve gone from one type of chaos to another.
From a family emergency to a very-much-needed house remodel. Right now the kitchen and dining room are torn apart with everything piled in the living room (with still more tearing apart that needs to be done). The downstairs bathroom is also on tap for this round of demolition. Once the downstairs is complete, the upstairs bathroom will be next. Read the rest of this post »
As a Career, Business & Lifestyle Solutionist/Coach, it is so easy for me to become all to consumed with my profession – even to the point that all I want to read are articles or start discussions based on what I do (coaching high-achieving women) five days a week. Read the rest of this post »
One of the most important aspects of running your business is your own internal capacity to receive. As a business owner, you must receive income, clients, guidance, and more. Yet as a coach, your inclination is to give. You are here to bring light to the world and support others in their transformation. This is all about giving. You have been a giver all of your life. It is easy to forget about your ‘receiving muscle’. Read the rest of this post »
I have learned that it is important to nurture your friendships and to always help others whenever possible. Read the rest of this post »
Everything feels very surreal right now.
I’ve basically lost over a week due to a family emergency (which I wrote about a bit in The Writing Life) and I’m trying to get myself back to normal.
But it’s not a fast process. Read the rest of this post »
“Failure is not the opposite of success but a stepping stone to success,” was the advice given to Arianna Huffington by her mother, Elli Stassinopoulos. Read the rest of this post »