How do we gracefully integrate an infinite cosmic soul into a limited human body?
Where do we belong when we're "too much" for this group, but "not enough" for that group?
How do we express our originality in the sea of oneness?
Drink in what these women liberators, founders, overachievers and trailblazers have to say!
I've recently been interviewed on a few podcasts and telesummits.
One friend suggested we start a "My Husband Just Can’t Keep Up" club / support group. We laughed, and quickly realized that we preferred a "I have done all the required self work to attract a husband who CAN keep up" club.
A client asked me if I thought she had what it takes to upgrade her online business to Exquisite Freedom.
For years, I've been coaching, mentoring, and training women entrepreneurs and overachievers to re
A friend and I often have insightful debates on money and happiness.
Brené's work taught me that I am either a window or a mirror to others. Some lean by the window and look out in wonderment, feeling inspired to dare greatly. Others see a mirror reflecting back all their inadequacies.
I spent my entire life feeling not enough and being told I'm not enough, no matter what long list of miraculous achievements I amassed. Brené Brown was the first person to ever tell me that I am enough. She was the first person to name the shame.
If you were given a chance to take a $1,000,000 dream trip around the world, but you had two hours to pack and take your business with you, could you? What would you take with you?
I often scoff at how I used to be so terrified of failure... My perfectionist ruled my thoughts, my actions, and my entire existence.
Years ago, I had a client (let's call her Macy) who reminded me sooo much of myself.
Before hiring a coach who has the potential to forever alter your life, you need to know the difference between coach, mentor, trainer and consultant. You need to know what you need.
Last week, I wrote about a money memory exercise, where I listed every negative me
Last week, I wrote about how I created an honesty matrix.
Suddenly, I was engulfed by a tidal wave of sadness. It's sad. It's so very sad that I was conditioned to not prosper. I had no say over it. I had not control over it. It wasn't my doing or my fault.
This is the year the Universe bitch slaps you in the face, strips away everything you thought you held dear, so that you wake up to what really matters. This is also the year where you realize that your life HAD to happen this way.
You vowed to yourself after these 2 years to never capitulate again to soul-sucking circumstances, jobs or people. Well, I hate to break it to you, but you WILL break this vow. A few times...
"In the end, only 3 things matter. How much you loved, how gently you lived and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you." – Buddha
"It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all - in which case, you fail by default.” – J.K. Rowling
If your business is profitable and you're transitioning it from earning active income (where you're trading your time for money) to residual income
I once saw an energy healer who told me that my soul has fulfilled all of its reincarnations purposes. I’ve paid my dues. So now, I get to choose if I want to come back into physical form or not :O What?!? They don't tell you that in B-school!