• A daily dose of saying no will make you happier

    Have you said no today? If not, why not? We have to start saying no if we want to be intentional about our lives. Let’s unpack that statement because “intentional about our lives” might sound vague or New Agey. Not that there’s anything wrong with New Agey. But I know phrases like living intentionally and living […]

  • Life begins when…

    Are you treating your life like a dress rehearsal?

    It takes a lot of courage to look your life square in the eye and face the truth. Particularly if you’ve been in denial about the state of your relationships, career, health, finances, self-care, physical environment, spiritual life, emotional well-being, etc. Or if you’ve deferred truly living by falling into the insidious trap of “life […]

  • Here are 4 steps for intentional living

    I’m in the life design business. While I’m not an expert on anyone’s life but my own, I AM an expert at facilitating individuals through the process of intentional life design. Why intentional living? Because it’s a game changer. It’s a line in the sand between half living and a life fully lived. It’s the […]

  • Your life has an expiration date.

    Your life has an expiration date

    I think it’s important to have a vision for your life. To design your life rather than live by default. Not a week goes by someone doesn’t pull me aside to ask, What if I don’t know what I want? Well here’s the thing: The first step is admitting you don’t know. The second step is making […]

  • Are you the leader of your life?

    The other day someone said to me, You’ve got it all figured out. While I appreciated the generosity of the thought, I was uncomfortable at the same time. My anti-guru warning light went on. I most certainly don’t have it all figured out. I don’t have all the answers. No one does. In fact, a […]

  • Would you try to change a tire on a moving car?

    Would you try to change a tire on a moving car? Probably not, right? It makes sense to slow down, pull over, take stock, and then make the necessary repairs. The same can be applied to the importance of stopping to assess your life—where you are, where you’re going, and where you need to make […]