Strategic Momentum Podcast Interviews

Dec 02, 2017

I have to say it is the coolest thing to be the inaugural interview for a podcast launch of a dear friend Connie Wang-Steel called Strategic Momentum. Connie runs a consulting firm called: Flywheel Associates and has launched a brilliant conversation with other strategists in her network.

I am honored to be one of the strategists she selected for her podcast series. I thought I would...

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Professional Version Control

Oct 21, 2017

Software techies have a term for managing different versions of a program- release management, version control, software development life cycle, continuous development, and others. I relate to these when I think about my own personal development journey and my own management of the different versions of myself throughout the day, week or month. I continue to explore what version(s) of me works...

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Release False Thoughts and Be a Badass!

Oct 05, 2017

I closed the live Badass In Training 6 week coaching program with a group of amazing women last week and wanted to share something from session 3. I reflected on the women in the group and I am in awe of how focused and dedicated they are on building their vision-life. By session 3, I share my methods of letting go of what does not serve you in order to make room...

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Three Actions To Help You Breakthrough Overwhelm and Get Back Into Action!

Sep 19, 2017

On a recent Q&A call with my B.I.T. group, the topic of how to breakthrough overwhelm came up. Often we come to a place of overwhelm, and it brings us to a complete halt. Worse, it can make us want to give up. I shared then, and wanted to share again now with you, three tips to overcoming overwhelm and getting back into state of being that is productive and fulfilling.

3 Tips to...

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Could Taking an Uncompromising Stance Set You Free?

Aug 17, 2017

Today, I am reminded on a conversation I had with my husband on our 6th wedding anniversary and want to share it with you. Every year, we take time to check in on what we have accomplished and where we stand spiritually, physically, our family status, personal goals, and wealth management. This particular anniversary felt a little different mainly because we have not accomplished what we hoped...

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Personal Development Conversations: The Suffer to Succeed Mentality

Jul 24, 2017

Sometimes I look for the escape route and I wonder if it is because I can’t figure out how to make the “now” work, so I just want to run and start over.

Does that sound familiar?

Yes, those of us who do personal development work, probably think too much. We ask ourselves questions like: “Do I suffer from Starter Syndrome?” You know, that concept that we start lots...

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The Magic of Your Upbringing, Even If It Sucked

Jul 11, 2017

Personal and professional development go hand in hand, especially when you begin looking at the patterns that show up in both and where those began. Further, when we look at communication, in both business and personal settings, there is no doubt our upbringing plays a large role. This can be extremely helpful if we’ve had a healthy, functional upbringing, and downright devastating for...

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Comparison, Over-achievement and Being Kind to Myself: A Lesson in Self-Mastery

Jun 13, 2017

As a self-help, personal and self-mastery junky, I am always looking inwards to see what I can do better, how I can be better, and how I can serve others by sharing what I know.

I am currently working on a “lessons learned tell all” book and am getting flustered because I am focused on making sure it has impact. Here’s the truth: Doubt creeps in and whispers to me that maybe...

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Assertiveness Training 101: 3 Steps to Getting What You Want

Jun 06, 2017

In my late 20’s I created an amazing career opportunity for myself, making more money than I dreamed possible following a frustrating experience of hitting an unexpected glass ceiling. I have found people are gracious in guiding and advising, but it is up to me to make the life I choose. From deep down within me, I found my own well of determination. I learned in that moment, what I call...

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Personal Development Goals: Put Myself First

May 28, 2017

When we have been exposed to new ways to think, be, and do, it takes a habitual practice to figure out what works for us as an individual, and what works when we are interacting with someone else. If I think about my personal growth journey, the first two and a half decades of my life were focused more on other people's needs over mine. I thought if I could please them, lead them, serve them, I...

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