When I first opened my business, I was excited about the possibilities. I felt strong and mighty like a superhero, ready to save the world. It didn’t take too long before I felt as if I felt my business had swallowed me whole and I couldn’t recognize who I was or what was most important…

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When I made the commitment to write Turn Possibilities into Realities, I was clear about the name of my chapter “From Fear to Faith” as that is what it has taken to turn a possibility into a reality in business and life. Leadership isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s easy to let the disappointments,…

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Your best life. What does that mean? I remember one of my first leadership coaches asking me this question and how I wondered if I would get the question “right” – as if it were a pass/fail question. And, it brought up a series of other questions in my mind. What if I got to…

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Woo-hoo! Saturday I wrapped up the heart-centered, content rich 12th Annual Design Your Destiny Live event!  I am so humbled by all the attendees who showed up, connected with each other and put in the work to begin the process of designing their destiny. ************************************************************************ One of the most humbling aspects of the work I do…

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Storybooks often start with “Once upon a time…” and when they do, you can be transported back to when you were 6 years old. Remember being 6? You were sure there was something Big and Important for you to do in the world. You were 100% certain which is why you would wake up excited…

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Albert Einstein said, “We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.” Science backs this up as research demonstrates you work to create what you believe is true – what you believe is possible even if you don’t realize you’re doing it. The more formal term is “confirmation bias” which…

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Courageous leadership involves diving into topics that aren’t always warm and fuzzy. After attending the PathNorth Civility Series, I’ve had a series of conversations around intolerance. Intolerance grows out of differences of opinion and the three biggest areas are that of racial, religious, or economic beliefs. For most of my life, I’ve thought I was…

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It was 1994. I was on my way to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center for basic training. While there were people in my family who were familiar with law enforcement, it was because of being on the other side of the law, not being in the blue uniform. I had no idea what to…

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Do you ever feel overworked and overwhelmed? Is your calendar filled with endless demands that rush at you like a 3-year old who’s had way too much candy? When the people in your life are clamoring for more of your time, do you ever feel guilty saying “yes” – and powerless to say “no”? I get…

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