Feeling pressure to “do what you love”?

“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go do that. Because what the world needs are people that come alive.” – Harold Whitman Also, you don’t have to make money from your purpose. There is so much pressure in self-help conversations about monetizing passions. Let’s face… Read More

Conquer Your Purpose, Share Your Gift

Purposeful living is about a feeling of overall alignment and truly experiencing the place of why you are here on this world. Read More

Rejection & being “Rejection-Proof”

Becoming “rejection-proof” is about learning how to communicate with others what you have to offer, to communicate it well, to the right people, and understanding “NO” is not about you but what is being offered. Read More

What is Life Coaching Anyway?

Somehow when I graduated I thought that would be the key to life. Like getting a degree would unlock the door of adulthood and it would be smooth sailing from there. Like life is hard, but not for people who finished their degree… Not for people like me.

I have never been more wrong. Read More

9 Questions That Will Save You Time

  Have you ever heard that saying: “if you place a frog in a pot of boiling water it will hop out; but if you place a frog in the pot and slowly heat the water it will boil to death”? Consider me a frog. Time management is an issue we all deal with, especially… Read More

Quotable: Paulo Coelho

“No heart has ever suffered when it goes in search of its dreams, because every second of the search is a second’s encounter with [g]od and eternity. Paulo Coelho The concept of “manifesting” one’s destiny may seem complex or hokey. Yet at its most simple form, manifesting is nothing more than allowing yourself to really… Read More

Goals aren’t Goals, Rather Desired Feelings: Reflections for 27.

Being a December Baby I have the privilege of reflecting upon the year’s accomplishments and set goals for both the New Year as well as my birth year. This year’s reflection is particularly meaningful for me. 27 was very eventful. I left my job, obtained my graduate degree, was published, met a wonderful man, and… Read More