Happy Birthday!

  celebrating four summer birthdays as a group of seven beautiful friends

celebrating four summer birthdays as a group of seven beautiful friends

Today, I have been alive for 38 years. I'm grateful. I'm ready for what's next.  

Exactly 1 year ago today, I publicly announced my business launch and invited my friends to take advantage of me as my birthday gift to them. I remain as passionate about serving powerfully, giving generously, and holding nothing back as I was the day I filmed this video.   

I still want to hear from YOU! Comment below with your favorite birthday memory - or click the link to chat with me about your hopes and dreams for this next year!

My Biggest Business Mistake

My Biggest Business Mistake

My mistake was looking for someone else to do it for me (imitating others' versions of success) instead of letting myself discover the answers along the way. This is MY way of doing things -- it isn’t the best way, or the right way, it’s just MY way.

And when it comes to running my own business, 
if I’m not doing it my way, then why am I doing it at all?

3 Tips for Better Listening, Less Arguing

I recently hosted an inspiring Deep Listening workshop and wanted to share 3 easy techniques to listen with less judgment and avoid arguments. Let me know in the comments below if you've tried any of these before or if you have even more suggestions. If you're a mission-driven leader who wants to go even deeper, let's get on the phone and talk!

Why Visionary Leaders Can't Accomplish Their Dreams (But They Must)

If you have a big dream that you are afraid you can't possibly achieve, or you wonder why anyone would ever listen to you, check out my encouraging response over at YFS Magazine today. 

Want some encouragement? Need to feel more empowered and equipped to bring your dreams to life? 

 

 

3 Leadership Lessons from the Presidential Campaign

3 Leadership Lessons from the Presidential Campaign

The weaknesses, mistakes, and words of leaders can either be limitations or advantages. As a result, a leader’s best strategy is to present the truth, no matter how painful. A self-aware leader who openly discusses her limitations, owns her faults, and makes space for thoughtful conversation is ultimately the leader who will last.