Lost your niche? You might just find it on my new website!
Posted on May 5, 2015 Leave a Comment
Have you heard? I am publishing a new book in June 2015 – Pivot Leadership: Small Steps…Big Change. What better time, than to create a new website and social networking platform for you, my friends and leadership community. The excitement of this idea was quickly deflated as I found myself intimidated by the ocean of […]
How do you find meaning in your life?
Posted on May 1, 2015 Leave a Comment
When asked, What is the meaning of life? Viktor Frankl, the author of Man’s Search for Meaning replied: I find the meaning of my life in helping others find the meaning of their lives. What is the meaning of life for you? When you have the answer your job is to give it away! It is your turn! Do you […]
What is more important – What you do or who you become? My Ivy League Experience…
Posted on April 27, 2015 1 Comment
During Spring break, we made our first road trip. The purpose was simple – combine fun with some college tours for our high school son. On one beautiful Spring break day, we toured a prestigious Ivy League School. The campus was pristine, the students impressive, the entrepreneurial legends, inspiring. Not only did it top my […]
Join My Book Launch Team and Get Pivot Leadership FREE (Bonus Surprises Included!)
Posted on April 24, 2015 Leave a Comment
Hello friends, bloggers, and social media extraordinaires! I need your help! I want to extend a special invitation to you. Would you be on my launch team for my new book, Pivot Leadership: Small Steps…Big Change? You need no special skills to apply. A passion for reading, living a life of meaning and purpose, and […]
“You can do anything you want to do!” True or False?
Posted on April 20, 2015 Leave a Comment
In coaching, speaking, and writing I am passionate about helping people find meaning and purpose in life and leadership. As a born cheerleader, I want to shout from the rooftops, You can do anything, don’t hold back! But is that a true or false statement? As discouraging as it may sound, you and I were […]
Need a personal or professional makeover? Michael Hyatt to the rescue!
Posted on April 17, 2015 2 Comments
As a leader, coach and author, I am a big fan of Michael Hyatt. If you have not meet Michael, he is the virtual mentor you have been looking for to win at work and succeed at life. (BIG sell, I know. But, I promise, you won’t be disappointed.) Last week I was watching his […]
The Ungame, my 15 year-old son, and what I learned about having a dishwasher mentality
Posted on April 8, 2015 5 Comments
On vacation over Spring break, our family played The Ungame while driving from one destination to another. The Ungame “is a unique way to share opinions, feelings and beliefs, and increase understanding of yourself and others” (description from the side of the game box). Basically, it is a game designed to improve communication among families, […]
How do you know someone loves you when you don’t speak the same language?
Posted on March 31, 2015 Leave a Comment
Have you ever wondered why you feel you are not speaking the same language as your spouse, your child, or a colleague at work? If you have ever taken the 5 love languages test, you might discover that you and the people you love do not speak the same love languages. My husband’s first love […]
How do you spend your time…Saturday!
Posted on March 23, 2015 Leave a Comment
Saturday originated from the Roman god, Saturn, which is also the namesake for the planet Saturn. The Roman god Saturn was known to control time. You may have noticed, today is NOT Saturday. That is because time has a mysterious way of escaping and I did not get this blog written on Saturday. Instead, I […]
A Day of Love Friday!
Posted on March 20, 2015 1 Comment
Today is Friday. Friday is attributed to Roman goddess of love, Venus. Friday is a day of love. Love is more than a feeling, it is an action. Why is Valentine’s Day different than other days in the year? Because people take action on their feelings. Love must be intentional. There are three reasons we […]