• Are you trying to manifest from the energy of protecting and avoiding?

    Are you trying to protect your vibration? Are you trying not to think thoughts that cause you to feel bad? Are you trying to avoid people and situations and topics that throw you out of alignment? There’s nothing wrong, per se, with doing any of these things. At the same time, I would like to […]

  • Love Your Life #160: Trying to protect your vibration? (Try this instead)

    Welcome to Love Your Life + Law of Attraction. Today we’re going to talk about the pitfall of trying to protect your vibration and what you want to be doing instead. To access this episode, join LYL Premium. This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to learn… A distinction to help you raise your […]

  • Is what you are observing what you want?

    I attended an Abraham workshop last November in Dallas and the entire experience was incredibly expansive and high vibe. From start to finish, it was such a delightful experience. As always, so much of what I heard from Abraham resonated that day, but there has been one phrase that continues to call to me. Abraham […]

  • How to manifest without hustle and hard work

    The other day I had a good laugh with a friend. We were talking about two very different experiences I had creating courses related to my work. And the laugh my friend and I shared started with the names of the two courses. So here they are: Course #1: GainControl Course #2: Manifest with Ease […]

  • 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 […]

  • What if you don’t have to have all the answers?

    Recently one of my clients shared she feels the need to have all the answers in work situations, especially with clients. This pressure to always have the right answer at the ready is causing a lot of stress—not to mention the massive preparation it requires for any client interaction. And even with all that prep time, she […]

  • Distinction: Moving away from versus moving toward

    I don’t want to be in debt

    There are some questions that almost guarantee an interesting conversation. What’s your ideal life? is one of them. Which is why I love asking this question. I’ve noticed, though, in describing their ideal life, most respond with a laundry list of what they don’t want. I don’t want to be in debt. I don’t want to […]

  • Why are you trying to be a master juggler?

    Client: Last week was really crazy. I just need to get better at juggling. Me: What’s the appeal of keeping all those balls in the air? It sounds exhausting. Client: No, it’s just a figure of speech. You know what I mean. I need to be better at handling stuff, multitasking, managing my time. Hmmm….that […]

  • I can’t make it to that meeting (Really?)

    I can’t exercise regularly. I can’t start a business. I can’t make it to that meeting. I can’t change jobs. I’m fascinated by the distinction between can’t versus won’t. And how often we say one when we really mean the other. Can’t vs. Won’t: Can’t is about skill. Won’t is about will. So which is […]

  • working in versus working on

    Working in your life versus working on it

    Ever thought about the difference between working in your life versus working on it? Working in your life is all the day-to-day business/busyness of life stuff. It’s waking in the morning and getting showered and dressed. It’s getting the kids ready and dropping them at school. It’s commuting to your office and working for a […]