May 3, 2018 5:11 pm
A few weeks ago I met with a business coach to seek assistance with my marketing and sales. She offered some straight-up critiques about my website, brand messaging and the need for me to clarify who my niche is. With each comment, the knot in my stomach twisted a little tighter. I felt uneasy and extremely uncomfortable. It was hard to hear her opinions without feeling like running away...
April 18, 2017 4:21 pm
Posted: December 2016 What I’ve learned and why I wish I’d had a life coach I sometimes wish my life had gone in a straight line. I’m sure you’ve heard about people like that. People who lived their whole life in one place with constant friendships, a stable career . . . nothing that ever turned their world upside down. My own life, like so many people’s lives, has been the exact opposite. Either through destiny, chance, or life choices, I have been challenged to start over and redefine myself many times. I predict it will continue to happen.
March 18, 2017 4:12 pm
Posted: March 2017 The untold story of menopause: One of the hardest transitions in a woman’s life Life is filled with transitions. And some can be particularly hard as they challenge us to adapt and change to new and unknown realities. At the same time, transitions can also provide opportunities for new possibilities — ones that we may never have imagined before. Menopause is a transition that all women eventually go through, but it affects some of us more drastically than others. Some women suffer severe side effects, while others experience a slower and smoother transition.
February 5, 2017 10:04 pm
Posted: February 2017 How accepting the unknown can transform your life The transitions we face in life — whether they are big or small — come about in many different ways. Whether they happen because of conscious decisions, or subconscious choices, transitions can be difficult. They can paralyze us. And often, to avoid facing the change, we try to hold onto something that is not good or healthy for us. We try to stick with what is familiar instead of embracing the unknown. I have learned through my own major life transitions — especially when I was diagnosed with breast... View Article