I changed my stories

Do you tell stories?  The juicy kind that place you as the heroine who triumphs over hard times and gets what she wants?  Or stories laced with despair and victimhood with oodles of blame on other people? Here's the deal.  You get to choose. And you can choose any story—including any ending—you want.  The more [...]

Let’s be bold together

At the end of June, I started to get a juicy feeling in my bones. It's hard to describe. Not shivers, not goose bumps. More like a buzz. Or a vibration. Yeah, a vibration in my body. It was a "knowing."  I believe it means that something big is on the horizon for me, but [...]


Lately, I've been consumed with "Why?" (Mostly because I'm currently reading "Start with Why" by Simon Sinek. Hint: great read!) I've been thinking a lot about why I'm a life coach for women entrepreneurs.  But then I wondered, whydo we do anything?  Why do we brush our teeth? Buy a house? Have kids?Own pets? I realized that the [...]

6 months can change everything

Here's what my business coach accomplished in the past six months (get ready to have your mind blown):​ Built a website from scratchRecreated a membership portalRe-branded her entire businessLaunched a new podcast (with 100,000+ downloads)Made $1,102,000 cash (that's not a typo...yes...$1.1M)Helped 8 women make six figures in 6 monthsHelped hundreds of women make their first $2K in [...]

What other people think

Do you care what other people think? Personally, I can answer that question from two completely different places: The conscious, confident, and comfortable side of me believes that what other people think isn't important. What other people think is none of my business. The subtle, subconscious side of me likes to plant seeds of doubt, [...]

I only saw flaws

I was obsessed with every brush stroke, drip, and visible inconsistency.I was staining the railings on my front porch. They’d been neglected, and I wanted them to be beautiful. But each time a new layer of stain dried, I saw more flaws. I eyed every angle of each spindle and kept going back to touch [...]