• Sometimes I don’t like the answer to this question

    Every month I do a monthly check-in of what I call the 4Rs—the Right questions to Reconnect, Recalibrate, and Recommit. The session takes about an hour. I reflect on the past month and answer a series of 20 thought-provoking questions that help me reconnect to what I want for the year, recalibrate my goals, and […]

  • Repeat after me: It’s OK to ask for help

    Today is National Ask for Help Day. No, it’s not on your calendar and there’s no greeting card for it since I just made it up. But I think it’s going to catch on. Because I’ve decided we all need to get better at asking for help. Myself included. Every week I encounter someone who balks […]

  • What if your only goal were to love well?

    what if your only goal were to love well to love family and friends and fully show up in all your relationships to love your co-workers and neighbors and the guy who cuts you off in traffic (oh, it’s getting harder now, isn’t it) to love your job and how you contribute to love the […]

  • On my nightstand: From asking for help to the creative mindset “Yes, And”

    In a good book the best is between the lines. –Swedish Proverb Here’s what I’m currently reading— Much like Brene Brown says in the foreword, I look at Amanda Palmer and think, I have nothing in common with you. And then I read The Art of Asking: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People […]

  • 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, […]

  • I am vulnerable when …

    In the last couple weeks, Brené Brown’s Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead has come up in conversation a dozen times. Seriously. 12 times. Although most people simply refer to: You know, that book about vulnerability. Several conversations were with coaching clients, which makes sense […]