• Nov 01, 2019 | Your Self

    Are you compassionate with yourself?

    Susan felt she was failing at everything when she and I first started working together. Her marriage was falling apart, she felt tremendous pressure to overperform at work, and she felt that her day always ran ahead of her and she was never able to catch up. When discussing her morning routine, I could see […]

  • Apr 19, 2019 | Most Popular, Your Relationships,  Your Work

    Control-freaks…there’s still hope! [Plus 6 Keys to being a better leader]

    I can clearly remember my junior year of college. I was just named Student Body President and I was filled with ideas and was blind with optimism. That same year, I served as a Resident Assistant for freshmen and student representative to the University Board of Trustees. I wanted to be a leader. I craved […]

  • Nov 08, 2019 | Your Relationships,  Your Self

    How to embrace brokenness to experience true wholeness

    I love a good paradox. A paradox is a statement that seems self-contradictory on the surface, but with further investigation, it may prove to be well-founded or true. For example here a few paradoxes… Save money by spending it. The beginning of the end. To be and to do. And my personal favorite, Unbounded Potential. […]

  • May 22, 2020 | Belonging

    If You Struggle With Imposter Syndrome, You’re In Good Company. Try This.

    You may find that the stakes are higher these days. Being stuck at home with family, you might be extra hard on your husband or lose your patience a littler sooner with your children than you’d like. Perhaps you haven’t yet mastered a new routine since transitioning your whole life into the confines of your […]

  • May 17, 2019 | Most Popular, Your Relationships,  Your Work

    My 5-figure mess up…and what we can all learn from it! [+Early Bird Pricing on 2020 PACK Retreats]

    I had one of “those” moments over here recently. One of those entrepreneurial moments that NO ONE ever wants to have. One of those moments when you find out just how much more than estimated you owe on taxes. Gulp. It was a $13,486 additional-taxes-owed-moment, to be exact. This moment, I could have gotten ahead […]

  • Sep 03, 2020 | Your Work

    The Client Who Duped Me

    I still remember the client who has been my greatest teacher. It was a couple years ago, right around the holiday season when many of us (myself included) are looking at the new year, the new ceilings we want to break through in business, the new floors we need to reach in order to do […]