Thinking Through Another Year of Business…

Thinking Through Another Year of Business…

It’s that of time year again… when we reflect on what’s been done and visualize the promise of what’s to come. I prefer to look at the big picture so I can see the full trajectory of what’s been achieved as a basis for what will come next. I’m stepping back to view...
Shiny Humans (Yes, I’ve used this before…)

Shiny Humans (Yes, I’ve used this before…)

Are you incorporating ALL OF YOU into your life? The masculine AND the feminine? Think about which parts of you are being held back because – for example – for me, as a woman, I used to think there was a particular way a woman SHOULD show up. My strength,...
The Kiddie Pool vs. The Ocean

The Kiddie Pool vs. The Ocean

I’ve been having a lot of fun with clients who are in the midst of making big decisions. My focus is always to get them to integrate practices into their lives and gain the confidence they need so that they’re willing and able to do what needs to be done and to show...
Dealing With Imperfect Humans in Your Workday

Dealing With Imperfect Humans in Your Workday

Last week, I wrote a really long post about two clients and their corporate stories. They were both separately caught in the crossfire. They worked at two different companies that they ultimately left. And each experienced very unusual and peculiar circumstances. I...
I Ate the Whole Cookie

I Ate the Whole Cookie

Maybe you’ve heard the Zig Ziglar quote, “Remember the only success some people get is taking a bite out of you.” Or you’ve probably heard “Take a bite out of life.” Which is completely the opposite. Well, when I say “I ate...
You Got About 38,000 Days to Get It Right

You Got About 38,000 Days to Get It Right

My grandmother lived 103+ years. In her late 80’s, a short trip to the bank or the grocery store would leave her exhausted. Nana also worried that slowing down and moving into an Assisted Living residence would be “The End.” Little did she know she...
The Vet, the Accident, and the Class

The Vet, the Accident, and the Class

Many, many years ago I had a good friend who wanted to be a veterinarian. I convinced her to join me at college. She flunked out of school in her first semester and never went back. As she made that choice, I remember her telling me that it didn’t matter what...
Live and Learn. Fail Fast. Fly Forward.

Live and Learn. Fail Fast. Fly Forward.

Last week I ended a six-week web advertising campaign for RightLife RuleBook. It’s been a demanding process. But it doesn’t have to be. The creation process of RightLife RuleBook [RLRB] on the other hand has been very rewarding. Building a digital coaching program...
The Other Side of My World

The Other Side of My World

Last week I wrote about the story behind the story. We all have them. We also have a bunch of worlds that we live and operate within, right? I always loved the international aspects of business, but once a long time ago, I needed to choose between international and...
Commit to the Process of Your Dream

Commit to the Process of Your Dream

When I was in college, my roommates and I dreamt about creating our own business. The company involved robots to help us get things done. At the time, I was an engineering student and they were in marketing and communications. We sat for hours over drinks, as we...