In my recent newsletter, I talked about one of my many favorite parts of Big Magic, by Elizabeth Gilbert. At the beginning of part 1, titled “Courage,” Elizabeth recounts the story of Jack Gilbert who was a poet. After publishing brilliant work, he would disappear...
Podcast on The Sacral Warrior with Human Design Expert, Kris Prochaska: I love talking with people on their podcasts and this podcast was super special. Kris Prochaska and I geek out about Ted Lasso and the lessons it has for the coaching industry as well as a big...
The moment you realize that there’s nothing wrong with you regarding the fact that you “hate” or even somewhat dislike marketing, is the moment a whole world opens up for you.
Curiosity creates new possibilities far greater than looking for the right answer ever will.
How do we find connection and honour social distance? How do we allow ourselves to feel sadness and also hold the space for gratitude and possibilities?
You don’t have to subscribe to this “new you, new year,” hype.
I recently looked through memories on Facebook and how I bought into hustling and talking about how you just have to choose abundance and it would show up (if you also worked hard enough.)
Simply it’s this: it was the thing that anchored me to truth as I let go of everything I thought I knew.
Here are 5 questions (you can save them as screensavers for your phone) to guide your Solstice time and completion of 2020.
Are slowing down on some things? Are you ramping up in other areas?
What conversation do you want to normalize? What’s that idea that you know is yours to do something about?
Download this screensaver to remind you to share your message boldly, even if it’s imperfect.