Do you wish it was easier to create healthy habits that support you instead of wear you out?
Would you like more time every day to focus on your goals?
Believe it or not, a small amount of time spent meditating or praying can do just that.
You see, when you slow down your nervous system it helps to focus your mind, reduce stress and increases memory, attention span and learning concentration according to a Columbia University Medical Center Study.... https://sos.columbia.edu>news>how-mediation-can-help-you-focus.
I often hear people say they don’t have time for prayer or meditation because they are so busy.
One of the most significant ways to handle the stress of busyness is to actually slow down.
What better way to do that than take a few minutes going inward and concentrating on your breath, gratitude, or joy.
Yes, it takes a little practice, but there are so many great apps out there to help. Try Calm, Headspace or Unplug. I use all three, and they are fantastic at...
I am a Health Coach, a Life Coach, a Business Coach and a Spiritual Coach. I am not a heart-attack person, But here I sat in my drafty gown with a heart monitor attached to my chest.
As my feet dangled from the ER table, all I could think about was that I am two, 45-minute classes away from my certification as an Institute of Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, one of my proudest accomplishments.
I love to think of myself as a healthy human; up until this moment, able to take on almost any task. But, maybe that was the problem. I just kept loading up one thing after another on my plate, all the while believing that I had time to do it.
Listen to me! We can only do so much before we break. Yes, we can do anything, but is it what's best for us?
All of my medical tests have been extremely positive. I have the blood pressure of a 20-year-old, no diabetes and no significant concerns about my health, and although I wish I could find more time for exercise (self-care anyone), I still...
Hello Fall Lovers!
With the end of the year 90 days away (), I thought I'd let you in on a little secret I have been working on.
Have you noticed how many great programs and courses are in the marketplace right now? You can enlist and take advantage of courses on just about anything, and these are filled with great value and knowledge.
I know this because I have taken many of them.
The one thing that I wish for, and have found missing though, is the personalized attention, one-on-one accountability and idea-generating relationship that I need to generate great ideas.
So guess what? I created it.
I have been waiting all year to deliver these transformational 12-Week Intensive Programs to my Tribe.
Here's the scoop:
1. You get to pick the Individualized Coaching Program that will work with your life right now. (Life, Health, Business Development, Home, or Spirit)
2. You get a professional coaching relationship with a real human who you will meet with weekly to guide, inspire and...
As I was working on one of my Master Circles this morning, I came across a sentence where Jason Goldberg said, "The opposite of serious is sincere".
It made me think of all the times I have said things like, "This is serious business", or "People won't take you seriously if you don't do XYZ".
I sat and thought about what this meant for me.
As a hard-working individual and one that is prone to perfectionism, judgement and self-attack, it dawned on me that I have a hard time being sincere, even with myself. After all, isn't rolling up your sleeves and putting in hours and hours of work serious business?
I believe it is more comfortable because it can mean I am doing a good job, but I can keep you at a distance. That comes from not feeling "good enough" which seems to be a universal problem among the human race.
Being sincere is risky, scary and authentic.
When faced with sharing on online platforms, which is where I find most of my fabulous clients, it is easy to be in constant...
Finding the answer to this question can be one of the most daunting tasks on the planet.
After all, most of us want to be so many things.
We want to be excellent in all of our relationships.
We want to be valued at work and be great partners, lovers, parents, siblings and friend.
Most importantly, I think it’s safe to say we all want to make a difference.
We can do that.
With the unique characteristics that make us who we are, the opportunities to serve and improve the lives of others are endless.
Most of us are tired, though, and it’s hard to find time and energy for uncovering our dreams and desires between all the obligations we have.
If you want help, I have something significant to share with you.
I have created a program called The Simple Life Plan.
It is designed to work on the premises that life is simple if we can get out of our way, open up to possibilities and peel off the fear that keeps us stuck.
There is no need for struggle and strife as we try to figure...