• Worrying is not protecting you, but it is doing this

    I’ll start with this from Abraham: “Worrying is using your imagination to create something you don’t want.” Which means whatever you are worried about—money, your kids, climate change, your relationship, keeping up with the Joneses, your job, what’s going on in the world, your health or the health of someone you love—whatever it is you […]

  • Love Your Life #068: What are you worrying about?

    Welcome to Love Your Life + Law of Attraction. Today we’re going to talk about how the Universe responds to the vibration of worry. To access this episode, join LYL Premium. Are you a worrier? Are you prone to the anxiety and unease, the fretting and overthinking of worry? If so, I hope this episode […]

  • Fear, I know you want to keep me from doing this…

    I have a client who doesn’t want to make cold calls for her business because she’s afraid. Afraid of intruding and interrupting. Afraid of stumbling and not sounding confident. Afraid of being rejected. I totally get it. Whenever I do something I’ve never done before, it feels awkward and uncomfortable. I feel awkward and uncomfortable. […]

  • 5 ways to boost your confidence

    Are you self-assured about your own abilities? Do you fully appreciate your own qualities? I recently conducted a reader survey that found many women are experiencing a crisis of confidence. It shows up in the form of self-doubt, limiting beliefs, and negative self-talk. Does that sound familiar? Do you want to play a bigger game, […]

  • Mini Mission—Accept your next compliment

    What did you say the last time someone complimented you? Did you accept or deflect? Did you respond with: Thank you. I really appreciate that feedback. Thanks for the acknowledgement. Thanks for noticing. I appreciate the kind words. That means a lot. Thank you. I’m guessing it wasn’t any of those. I recently complimented a […]

  • Are you being heroic?

    Are you being heroic?

    A number of my clients have recently struggled with asking for help. The unnecessary hero One is changing careers and has trouble leveraging her current network to facilitate the transition. The issue is not whether she has a strong network or whether they would be willing to offer assistance. No, the issue is her near-refusal […]