• Nov 14, 2018 | Your Relationships

    Comparisonitis: Friend or Foe?

    March is Women’s History Month, and in honor of that I’ve been thinking about a topic that I discuss frequently with my clients of late. It’s one of my favorites (it’s a new coaching term I’ve dubbed in fact) and it’s called comparisonitis. You might have an inkling of what this means… It’s the idea […]

  • Feb 22, 2020 | Your Work

    Here’s my greatest tip for business and life success…

    Have you ever been chatting with a friend or a client and they mention what their spouse thinks they should do about something they’re struggling with…and your face starts to turn red?! I typically can appreciate both sides and respect where each partner is coming from. But I have to admit, I got so annoyed […]

  • 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 […]

  • Feb 28, 2020 | Your Work

    My 4 Greatest Lessons Learned While Writing My Book

    One thing I’ve been thinking about recently is my unique business recipe for success. It’s an interesting concept, right? We’ve all heard about our unique value proposition, but when we get down to it, what makes you win in business or in any creative pursuit, for that matter? What are the structures and practices that […]

  • Apr 03, 2020 | Belonging

    So, How Do You Really Feel About #loveinthetimeofcorona?

    I saw a great post on social media the other day from a colleague with a prominent picture of him giving ‘us’ the middle finger. As this post was from a colleague I admire, I was intrigued. The post went on to say how important it is to allow all of our emotions during these […]

  • Mar 27, 2020 | Belonging

    The Best Advice I Can Give You Right Now

    In this time of physical isolation and fear, the need to spend quality time with ourselves has never been more urgent. And in my personal and professional experience, many of us do not know what this means. I am not talking about busying yourself with tasks or hiding behind your work or a bottle of […]