Three Tools for Change When it is time to “uplevel” I recognize that I need a lot of support—a team if you will. My team is one of my tools for change. I seek body workers, certain types of
Upleveling For years, up until just a few months ago actually, I was convinced that divorce was a tragedy that I had to both survive and recover from to get on with my “normal” life. Now I realize divorce
If you’re newly divorced, Valentine’s Day can be a miserable event. One of life’s little digs that things have changed...
What does 2015 Hold? This is such an important time of year. A scheduled transition. One year closing out. Another year waiting in the wings… for you and me to pay attention. Peeking from behind the folds of the
Live YOUR Life in Color The Great Transformation Living Life in Color is the move from life as it once was, the move from the tedious day-to-day routines and/or the out of control roller coaster ride of emotional
A New Year. Make it the way You Want it! It’s a new start. A clean slate. A blank sheet of paper and a new box of crayons. What could be more fun… and inspirational? We’re coming out of the
Follow Your Heart Commencement address by Steve Jobs Years ago, I read a transcript of a Commencement address given by Steve Jobs, founder of Apple computers, to Stanford University. He’s had one of those lives, like many of us, where
Relationship Skills I Wish I’d Had We typically learn a lot about ourselves, and others, when we divorce. Things that went right, things that went wrong. Things we would do differently next time. From time to time, clients will
Mastering Our Thoughts Mastering our thoughts is not a new idea. I often come across books, sometimes books from long ago, with profound wisdom. When I find them, I like to share them. As a Man Thinketh, by James
I once had a column in my newsletter called, "One Thing I Learned From Divorce" that graduates of my classes would contribute to. Today I bring back an "oldie but goodie" that I think you'll find valuable. Sharon learned the importance of valuing herself to find peace. "One thing...