• May 03, 2019 | Most Popular, Your Relationships,  Your Work

    35 Reflections on 35 Years of Life [Part 1 of 2]

    Yesterday was my 35th birthday! As I’ve reached this important milestone in my life, I’ve been contemplating what I’ve learned in my 35 rotations around the sun. Here are my top life lessons boiled down into one list. This is the first of two installments. I hope you enjoy! Own who you are. For the […]

  • Nov 14, 2018 | Your Relationships

    A New Planning Perspective for 2018

    We’re on the verge of a brand new year. These last few days of December are always full of anticipation, brainstorming resolutions, and preparing to get back to the hustle and bustle of normal life. Let’s pause for a moment before diving into the next chapter. Looking back on 2017, have you acknowledged yourself this […]

  • Nov 14, 2018 | Your Relationships

    Bridging Vulnerability and Leadership in Life

    What’s the deal with vulnerability? In our culture, it seems to be something we all shy away from in some way. Our leaders fail to take ownership or apologize for their end of things, and oftentimes it’s something that we all do in various areas of our lives: In relationships, we tend to demand apologies […]

  • Dec 14, 2018 | Your Relationships

    Discover what you’re made of with this simple exercise

    Recently a friend asked me what was my recipe for success. My reply was, “Start before you’re ready and fail on purpose in order to access your true north.” She was startled that part of my recipe for success purposely includes failure. Oh, darling! It really must include failure because we learn so much about […]

  • Nov 14, 2018 | Your Relationships

    Fear As a Compass

    The darkness of the beautiful, warm evening wrapped around me, and I remember thinking, “Here are ten human beings lying on their yoga mats, eyes closed, with a candle lit by each of their faces, waiting, waiting, waiting, for Megan or I to speak. No idea of what is to come or what we are […]

  • Dec 05, 2018 | Your Relationships

    If I hadn’t failed at this, I wouldn’t be where I am today…

    The fact that I’m an executive life coach today is a result of my failure. Failure at passing my certified financial planning test, that is. It should’ve been a slam dunk. After all, I had been in school for two years for it. I had studied for the exam for MONTHS. I was naturally gifted […]