Introduction to My Show – Thrive in Your Third Act

Introduction to My Show – Thrive in Your Third Act

While I’m away in South Africa this month, I thought it would be a good time to share about this new “thing” I’m doing and give you a bit of the back story. Last November, I was invited to join an organization of women entrepreneurs called Win Win Women.  WIN WIN...
Story writing can create greater self-awareness

Story writing can create greater self-awareness

My Garage Door Story. One day, my garage door opener started acting funky. Instead of magically opening the garage door when I pushed the button, it stopped responding. At first, it would open if I positioned the car right in front of the garage door. But after a...
The Mean Girl Syndrome

The Mean Girl Syndrome

Are you familiar with the movie, Mean Girls? It’s about a naïve teenager, the “new girl in town” who encounters the harsh realities of the social hierarchy of high school. It touches upon many of the challenges of female adolescence. The depths we’ll go to be liked...
Finding forgiveness by reframing life stories

Finding forgiveness by reframing life stories

What happens when you reframe your life stories? I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how the way we reframe our life stories in my Journey to Legacy™ program often results in some form of forgiveness — forgiveness of ourselves, the forgiveness of others, active...
A Different Perspective

A Different Perspective

It’s old news at this point, but the incident between Will Smith and Chris Rock at the 94th Annual Academy Awards has stuck with me, and not only because of its inherent controversy.  It was loaded with the kinds of ideas, questions, and complicated inspiration...
Feel better through life story writing

Feel better through life story writing

Examining your “big rock” and “small rock” stories. A Journey to Legacy™ client and I were talking about the results she was experiencing now that she is writing down her life stories. “I feel better,” she said. When I asked her why she thought...