“This too shall pass, sweetie.”
These are the words my mom would say whenever life would throw me a curveball.
Whether a huge disappointment or a little upset, her words reminded me that whatever I was experiencing or feeling in the moment was a temporary blip on the landscape
On Wednesday, I shared with my recommitment to my community and my two businesses.
Like many, as the Pandemic swept the globe I found myself feeling a bit confused and even complacent. Rather than fight it, I leaned in and used that time to slow
I promised my community that I would give a behind the scenes look as I usher you through my Annual Planning Process, so here goes…
Yesterday I hit a wall. An emotional wall, that is.
It was prompted by our weekly team gathering, during which I would share
It was 1990 and we were three years into my first business – a direct selling company, that my husband and I had started with just $5000. We were selling a line of fashion jewelry through in-home parties and having a blast. My
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Recently, I have been having conversations on what is means to be leveraged – the yearning for more freedom, impact, ease and money.
This prompted me to create the 2.0 version of my 9
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As humans, we are going to become sick, have to be there for loved ones and hit rough patches that throw us off our game and take us out of our business. The problem