How will you respond to uncertainty this year?

How is 2022 treating you so far? If you’re like me, you might be tentative about your optimism and expectations for this year.  In fact, I asked some members of my coaching community what their “Word of the Year” is for 2022. I make it a habit to ask at the start of each year.…

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Why thanks and courage are a perfect pairing this Thanksgiving

As we enter Thanksgiving week, we prepare to sit around a festive table with family and friends, delicious food and drinks, and enjoy each other’s company. If you’re like my family, at some point during the meal we take turns sharing what we’re most thankful for. It’s a beautiful practice to kick off our holiday…

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What I learned about being OPEN last month….

Last month, I had the privilege of hosting the Brilliant Balance Open. It’s an annual, close-to-my-heart, experience where clients from all over the U.S. take precious time out of their lives to spend two days with my team and me. Last year we held it virtually for the first time ever, but this year we…

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What (Good) Are You Doing?

Benjamin Franklin famously ended each of his days with one question,   “What good did I do today?” It’s a great question to ponder for ourselves – a thoughtful, long-term, legacy question about the impact our lives are having on others. But now, in 2021, when our days swirl together in a bland mix of…

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Want to put your head in the sand? Here’s what to do instead.

Delta variant. Climate Crisis. Global unrest.  If you’re paying attention to the news these days (or even simply sending your kids back to school), it can all be downright terrifying. And infuriating. And just plain stressful.  Because while all of this is on our televisions, our podcasts, and in our social media feeds with unrelenting…

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