“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
It’s early here in Pebble Beach. It’s still dark outside, the candles are lit and I just completed my morning practice.
What I wanted to say to you is while we may not have met personally, or it may have been a long
My email on Tuesday sparked a ton of responses – people loving the idea of taking a sabbatical like I did, but feeling they don’t have the freedom to step away from their business without serious negative repercussions.
I get it. It’s no fun feeling trapped in a business model where everything depends upon you.
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A few quick question for you to ponder…
- Are you are sitting on a gold mine of a business, but need help turning the vision into reality?
- Can you see the
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In my email to my list yesterday, I got real and shared that without a clear, compelling, written vision of where you want your business to be one year from now, you’re pretty much screwed. That’s because to navigate the ups and downs of entrepreneurship