Here’s where I share thoughts on the work of moving toward our biggest lives and baddest selves.
After 40 years of spending energy and time on critiquing my body, I’ve realized I have better things to do with that bandwidth.
An anniversary is a great time to reflect and as I traverse my 9-year coaching anniversary, my thoughts turn to why I find calling myself a business coach is in alignment with my definition of a Life Well Lived.
Living our activism is just as complex as the world in which we’re living.
Many of us have learned that being somehow impervious to that which stirs our emotions will make us safer. What are we losing in this trade?
Last Wednesday morning, I had an email in my inbox that was exactly what I needed. Tuesday, I had woken the reports of the leaked SCOTUS document about overturning Roe v. Wade. While it wasn’t exactly a surprise, it was still shocking and disheartening and deeply...
Most of us are letting the fear that an attended-to discomfort will grow… when, in fact, the opposite is true.
The classic Zen story of the farmer and the horse teaches about nuance even while the standard way of telling it strips away all of the human nuance.
It’s easy, so very easy, to default into feeling rushed. What would happen, though, if you were just busy?
Drawing boundaries doesn’t come naturally to a people pleaser but the skills can be learned. I promise.
What 31 books reminded me about the value of setting boundaries and letting go.