Kindness leaves a lasting impression. Do you remember when someone was kind to you? Do you remember the last time you were kind to someone else? What difference did it make? When I was 23, I worked at a family-owned production company in Hollywood. The family that owned the company were very good friends with […]Read more "The Gift of Kindness"
Besides being a popular Spin Doctor’s song from the 90s, Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong has often been me. Being right feels good. The harder the challenge, the more I want to be right. However, this gets messy when I’m locked up in perfection and being the best. Pressure is often self-induced and the best […]Read more "Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong"
Like a plant without enough water, when you forget to feed your soul and your life with joy, your cheeks aren’t as rosy and your whole being isn’t as vibrant. The good news is that joy can be cultivated over time. It’s within your reach and you have the key to bring it forward. If […]Read more "Cultivating Joy"
Do you know what can give you the feeling of freedom immediately? Organization. That stack of papers you haven’t touched in a year? Are they helping or hindering you? Studies have found that organization can reduce stress, increase happiness, and even help with better sleeping habits. I have tried many different ways of organizing over […]Read more "Organizational Freedom Hacks"
Have you ever had one of those days? You know, the one that starts out on the wrong foot and then the rest of the day seems to go wrong. I recently had a day like that. When I was getting ready for the day, I got my mascara all over my eyelid. After […]Read more "How Mental State Impacts Outcome"
Did you see that post? Catch that Tweet? Read that article? Hear about the horrifying event in the news? Did you get my text? Did you see my email? Did you catch that podcast? Breathe. We have created a world of abundant information that is delivered to us faster than ever. We have endless choices […]Read more "Define Your Time"
I have a sustained curiosity for people. Because of this curiosity, I enjoy hearing why people do what they do, how they do it, and their experiences. Even with this curiosity, when I walk into a big event, I still get a feeling of panic about how to approach it. What will I talk about? […]Read more "Creating Connection"