Amazing grace can happen when you choose inner rhythms over external pressure.Read More
The more we play and rest, the better our ideas. Solutions are right in front of us. When we’re overworked, it’s like we make more work for ourselves by holding on too tightly.Read More
A peek into the inner workings of a big launch…Read More
In service of your true comfort, and creating from that centered space, get clear on what’s good for you. Some Qs for that...Read More
Our shadow self is not an evil twin personality that we have to berate and mollify. Our shadow self is our most wounded self. And criticizing her or dragging him to motivational workshops to crush fear… well, I hope that sounds less appealing than it used to.Read More
Are you holding on to past failures, mistakes, tanks? Time to spring clean them out of your system, so you can move forward.Read More
When you enter into the deal-making phase—from real estate to intellectual property, gigs to partnerships—it can be like heading into a dark tunnel. The Deal Tunnel. Everyone’s opinions are echoing. Time pressure is on. You reeeeally want to get to the final deal, the light, at the end of the tunnel.Read More
When I started my own business, I made a decision to be public about our charitable giving. It was a practice I learned from Anita Roddick and the Canadian-based leaders (all women) of The Body Shop. The Body Shop was my first job-job and it baked the concept of a triple bottom line into my happily bleeding heart. The idea of sharing this is to inspire giving through business. I think we’re all gifters at heart. The flow of allowing and aiding is our natural way of being.Read More
1. Started treating my office like it was a real room that was worthy of my best treasures, not the “spare room made into an office".
2. Drinking hot lemon water in the morning. Great for digestion, skin, alkalinizing.
3. Admitted that I don’t like managing people, and therefore I am not excellent at managing people. Good news is, I’m an excellent leader.
If you want to get awesome results, you’ve got to get real about what's currently not-so-awesome. In the Desire Map process you begin by going through a gratitude exercise, followed by a dissatisfaction review. It’s the whole picture, with a ton of love and no-sugar coating. In our business, we just started doing a What’s Hot/What's Not check-in. Our Chief of Staff & People Potential, Steph Corker, officially kicked this off on our last big check-in.Read More