What do you want freedom from?

What do you want freedom from?

What do you want freedom from?

  • The stress and anxiety of an overscheduled life?
  • Too much time spent working to make a living without having a life?
  • The friction and energy drain of trying to keep up with the Joneses?

What do you want freedom from?

  • Focusing more on money than meaning?
  • Living for the weekends?
  • Being connected 24/7, but never really having a conversation?

What do you want freedom from?

  • Negative self-talk that keeps you small?
  • The narrow confines of your comfort zone?
  • Deferring your dreams for yet another year?

And what would you do with all that newfound freedom?

  • Play more, laugh more, live more?
  • Fully show up, undistracted and relaxed?
  • Take adventures and make memories?
  • Spend more time on what matters most?

Independence Day is around the corner.  What will you free yourself from?

Mini Mission—Turn off the TV

Mini mission—Take the next step

It’s time to get into action with a mini mission. There’s something you want.  Some goal you want to achieve.  Or milestone you want to reach. Maybe it’s launch a business. Or lose 20 pounds. Maybe it’s write that book. Or run a marathon. Maybe it’s take that trip. Or change careers. Maybe it’s declutter […]

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Learning to say Yes and No with ease

A client recently made a distinction about the type of speaking engagements she accepts. She’s not interested in creating content and traveling to deliver a presentation to grow the knowledge of an audience.  Instead, it’s only worth her time if she’s building the skills of audience members. Which means at the end of one of […]

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What mindset are you operating from right now?

It’s easy to get so busy—so caught up in doing—that you go on autopilot and develop a mindset that becomes more about merely getting through the day. When you do things without thinking, it’s easy to develop ways of thinking that don’t serve you. To get off autopilot you need to pause long enough to […]

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Please don’t start with your resume

Not a week goes by that someone doesn’t pull me aside at a coffee shop or schedule a coaching consultation to confess they hate their job. I’ve noticed shortly after sharing their discontent, they say some version of I really need to update my resume and start looking. No, no, no. It seems like a […]

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On my nightstand: Stuffocation

In a good book the best is between the lines. –Swedish Proverb Here’s what I’m currently reading— Is clearing clutter the path to happiness? Is too much stuff causing stress and getting in the way of your serenity? Would prioritizing experiences over stuff add more meaning to your life? As someone who halved her square […]

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