Transferable Success: 2 of 4 Success Habits for all areas of your life

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website testimonials pageIn post one of this series, I skimmed a topic into which I want to delve more deeply today. In that piece, I said:

Only you can say when you feel most energetic in a day (a great time to workout) and when you feel most focused (the best time to do work that requires critical thinking).

Tip #2 is: Maximize your energy.


So long, farewell. Come with me!

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Don’t be sad! While I have loved loved loved blogging here at, I have gotten such clarity around my life’s mission that it’s time to consolidate my online presence to support that vision. This has been a wonderful place to hang out, sort through some serious crap, and just have fun with my writing. But I’ve decided to take it to the next level, to bring all my “stuff” under one roof — writing, coaching, speaking, all of it.  Soooo….I am thrilled to tell you that my new website,, is launched and LIVE!

It’s gorgeous. It’s beautiful! It’s professional and I adore it!  Please come on over and check it out. And never fear, all my content has been moved over there, so you won’t miss a thing. I just won’t be posting any new stuff here…so you’ll want to redirect yourself right over to the blog on

And don’t miss it! Because I’ll be continuing the 4 success tips over there, every Tuesday morning.

Thank you so much for reading what I’ve written here. Writing for me is an indulgence, and you have certainly indulged me. I am forever grateful.

Love you, and God bless. Now COME WITH ME!!!! 🙂


My career change, your destiny.

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tulips in dead leavesI have to confess, there was a time when I thought that people became a life coach simply because they didn’t know what they wanted to be when they grew up. When I started to gravitate toward the career myself, I did so a little bashfully.  Would anyone really take me seriously?  Aren’t life coaches a dime a dozen?

Maybe they won’t and maybe we are, but the fact remains that I love coaching. My focus is on busy visionaries who know they were created to do something amazing and aren’t sure what it is or how to do it. I help them to focus and prioritize so they can live the life of their dreams.


Transferable Success: 1 of 4 Success Habits for all areas of your life.

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I’ve found that most of the important life lessons about success are transferable from one arena to another. A success habit that works for business, for example, can work for your health and wellness goals, as well. So, I compiled a simple list of four things to remember when working toward a goal or trying to make a shift.  For the next four weeks, we’ll explore each one with our Monday morning post.

Here’s today’s tip:

1. Consult the experts, but know you’re the specialist. 


#Yesallwomen, because of what the bagel guy thought was ok

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*I haven’t told this story in a long time, but the #yesallwomen trend on Twitter made me realize that experience is part of something evil that has been institutionalized by our culture. I was furious  when it happened, and I am furious still. But now I have a better understanding of the potency of this story when added to the voice of the many who have begun to speak. So I will share it.*

Years ago I used to stop every morning on my way to work at the same bagel store for breakfast. It was in a free-standing building that housed two businesses I frequented often — the bagel store, and the woman-owned hair salon I’d been going to for years.


Sort of like Noah, building a boat.

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I’ve had a conversion of faith, recently.

Don’t get me wrong. I still adore my God and Jesus is still my main man.

In fact, it was Jesus who brought me to this new found faith.  It’s a weird, sort of rocky place to stand.  A little like standing on a tightrope during a hurricane. But I’m there. Hanging on.

For the first time in my life, I have faith in myself.