I recently said goodbye to my almost 17-year-old girl, Cali. She was the absolute best girl in the whole, entire world. Our motto the last few years was to keep Cali “happy, healthy and comfortable”. I used to call her my “heart outside my body.” I miss her and...
There is optimism in our economic forecast and now is the time to plan for it. Here’s a recent presentation from Eric Rosengren, President of the Boston Federal Reserve Bank (thank you to the Newton-Needham Chamber). Here are a few critical take-ways for the...
Do you ever notice how the best ideas always come when you’re out walking, running, or in the shower? I had one today that I want to share on how to attract more abundance. It’s a critical practice that is easy to implement but often not observed.
When I was in the corporate world, success was all about closing the next big deal. No sooner would I close one multi-million-dollar contract, than company owners were asking what I would do “next.” There was barely time to savor my successes
Have you ever had an unpleasant (or let’s just put it out there) nasty boss or co-worker? How about a difficult client? Or a neighbor that you wish would move far, far away?
Goal setting is the easy part. Conflicting intentions will stop you every time. But, how do you even know when that’s happening?
Recently, I signed up for a course in decluttering (if you've been following me for a while, you know I'm a fan of decluttering and minimalism). I am so excited. Not just to know more about decluttering, but to discover how perfect this course is suited to my learning...
This experience is common to achieving our goals. Success can go unnoticed or underappreciated. Worse, it’s ourselves who barely take time to savor and enjoy our wins.
My multi-million dollar win and the subsequent experience was a powerful life lesson.
As a young child, I heard I was too sensitive. I thought that was a bad thing and tried to hide it. I tried to toughen up which wasn’t me.
. Even Warren Buffet, one of the richest men in the world, says it’s important you don’t give your services away.