THOUGHTS, OBSERVANCES & MORE…

The Lesson of Self Love

As a woman, it’s interesting to look out at the world today and see how much it has changed since the times my grandmothers and mother were growing up. Yet, what I also see are a lot of the same issues around identity, capabilities and…

What We Can Learn from the Highly Coachable

I’m often asked what makes someone “coachable?” Are there some people who seem to do more & go further with coaching than others? To this, my answer is, undeniably, YES! I believe being coachable is as much about approach & attitude…

How True Is Your Word?

Words. A new study sites that the average woman uses 20,000 words a day, while the average man comes in at approximately 7,000 words. The point here is not to dive into the reason for the number of words utilized by each gender, but to point…

Extreme Self Care During Times of Change

One of the main focuses of my work is patterns. They are the only thing in life that is unchanging, and today, it feels like everything is changing. I first developed my interest in patterns during a two-year program that I took as an undergraduate.…

Staying In Your Own Lane

I recently had the opportunity to visit Paris with my family.  The second day in the City of Lights, we visited the Arc de Triomphe. Looking down from the top of the Arc, you get an amazing view of the city, the grand avenue, Champs-Élysées,…

Nike Got It Right!

Back in 1988, the Nike Corporation came out with their slogan, "Just Do It!" I remember thinking at the time, now that's something!  It resonated on a deeper level for some reason, but I didn't know why. Apparently, the "tough, take no…

Claiming Self Value & Worth

"You either walk into your story and own your truth, or you live outside your story, hustling for your worthiness."     ~Brené Brown

The Simple Act of Communication

"We are more connected than ever, so why does it seem we struggle so much with the ability to honestly communicate with each other?"

Winds of Change

It was 2am, a few weeks ago, when the winds arrived, thrashing the trees and thumping against the window panes. 35-40 mph gusts threatened to peel shingles from the roof.  The sounds of branches snapping and debris hitting the house made it impossible to sleep.   The Wizard of Oz popped into my mind.  I wondered what was blowing out and what might be blowing in?