This post is prompted by two circumstances this week that I feel compelled to speak up about. First, I opened CNN’s site to update myself on the daily news and saw an article about Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook who says she’s leaves work every day at 5:30 pm and always has done so in […]
Due to some recent work on a project, I went back and revisited an old friend. Well, sort of. I’ve never met this man whom I call friend. However, he did inspire me and guide me during my early years, so that qualifies him as an old friend. His name is Napoleon Hill. You may […]
1. Be Aware. Have you ever been driving and noticed that the radio is on but you can’t quite hear it? It’s more background noise than music. You either ignore it or you turn it up to hear it more clearly. The same can be said about your self-talk (the chatter in your head). Turn […]
If you’re not much of a reader or prefer learning in an audio format, you might really enjoy listening to me share the article published in the Jan/Feb. issue of Experience Life Magazine titled, “Lessons From A Life Coach.” Reader feedback was strong and positive enough for us to post a digital audio version for you […]
In this first principle, Napoleon Hill says to make up your mind and “start today to go after it. Do it now!” He may have even unknowingly inspired Nike’s greatest ad slogan, “Just do it!” He closes this principle by saying, “Successful people move on their own initiative but they know where they are going before […]
I’m baaaack! After an 18 month hiatus, I am back to writing my blogs. I have not been dormant though. And, you will benefit from my absence. A year and a half ago, I began the pursuit of a Post Graduate Certificate in The Neuroscience of Leadership through Middlesex University, England. This program was developed […]
A study released this week from the Journal of the American Medical Association caused me to sit up straightand head to my computer. The report finds that heavy teens often gain a lot more weight in their 20’s. Half of obese adolescent girls and a third of obese teen boys become morbidly obese (80 to […]
As a part of an online community where I am a faculty member with Wellcoaches Professional Coach Training, a member posted an article aligned with our studies about Mehmet Oz and his recent show being filmed about getting a colonoscopy at 50 years old. He eloquently describes his story about discovering his own surprising diagnosis and shares a message I must pass along to you.
You won’t believe this, but I am now officially a calendar pin up girl. Although, I have no idea which month I will be. The fact is, I will grace the 2011 Hope Chest Calendar with a shot of moi along with my thoughts on what gave me hope in the midst of my cancer journey. And, the best part is that there are eleven other women doing the same!
I just came across a fun and inspiring link written by Pilar Gerasimo, the Editor in Chief of Experience Life Magazine that I have to share with you. You know I’m an advocate of having a workout buddy and some of you may know that I strive to be an encouraging rolemodel for my many nieces. (17 and counting) This excerpt hits on both. Hope you enjoy and are inspired!