3 Steps to Relieving the Holiday Hangover

I don’t know about you, but it hits me every year. I’m not talking about a traditional hangover from too much booze the night before. I am referring to an emotional hangover. Once New Year’s Day is done, I wake up weighed down by 1) sadness that the holiday season is over; 2) dread of […]

Is Your Business Fit Enough to Succeed?

Tony Robbins taught me that people fail to succeed at a goal NOT because of a lack of resources, but because of a lack of resourcefulness. In other words, if you failed to achieve a goal, you can’t blame a lack of money/funding, tools, human resources, intellect, time, technology, etc, etc. The only thing you […]

What To Do When People Don’t Value Your Expertise

There have been enough posts in our private GIFTE forum that have the same theme, I felt it warranted an article. The theme is about clients, colleagues, friends or neighbors not recognizing your value and asking rude or obnoxious requests. Sometimes the request is to “tap your brain” for free because they just don’t have […]

The Importance of Saying YES

One of the most powerful lessons I’ve learned in my entrepreneurial journey is the power of saying yes. Saying yes to marketing opportunities, personal development opportunities, and more. But there is one disclaimer to this statement: Amazing things happen when you say yes to opportunities outside your comfort zone How many times have you turned […]

3 Tips for Showing Up as Your Best Self Everyday

I recently started telling my clients that I am not a business coach….I’m an emotional fitness coach. Emotional fitness is the ultimate secret to creating success, happiness, joy and achieving your fullest potential. What is emotional fitness? Most people are familiar with the biblical term, “turning the other cheek.” Emotional fitness is the same thing. […]

What If I am Afraid to Visualize My Dreams?

  Last week’s article, “How to Claim the Lucrative, Thriving, Prosperous Business of Your Dreams” sparked a fantastic question. The question was so good, I felt it called for a “Part 2” of the article. In the article, I offer a visualization exercise aimed at getting the reader in the feeling place of his or […]