Join me on my transformational journey of learning to shift my mindset, allowing me to choose myself first as I take my power back.
It’s all about being surrounded by people and things that motivate, inspire, and support me for a life full of joy, clarity and confidence. I’m ready for my breakthroughs!
Maybe, my words will inspire you to choose you, too.
For me, now, as I break through to this next level, there is a lot of bringing things into my life that create feelings of joy and happiness while pushing out things that stress me or that I dislike. Sometimes, it’s easier than expected and other times much more difficult as I discern what is truly (not) aligned and what might be fear-based.
What separates successful people from unsuccessful people is how they communicate.
It doesn’t mean that they never have issues; they’re not afraid to face the issue head-on. They apologize, move forward, and do their best to solve the situation making the customer happy. It can be an opportunity to create a “raving fan” (and I’ve seen that happen and personally been delighted many times!)
One of my most beloved books in the whole wide world is “The Four Agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz. I first heard about this book when Oprah announced it years ago on her television show and proclaimed that it was her favorite (which I believe she heard about from Ellen DeGeneres). It ties right into my world of mindset, abundance, and Laws of Attraction.
A few years ago, I used the Marie Kondo method for decluttering and donated/threw out at least 60 hefty size bags of stuff. Boy, was that painful. Especially all of the items that were never used and still had their store tags attached. Thinking about the money...
What if we’re miscast in a role?
Think about this for a minute.
I saw “Hello, Dolly!’ twice while it was on tour with Broadway in Boston. Tony award-winner, Betty Buckley played the lead. I remember seeing her in the television show, “Eight is Enough” where she played a very serious stepmother who…
My grandfather taught us to spend money on experiences, education, and people instead of on “things.” He came over to the United States when he was about five years old and built a family business that ultimately led him to great wealth and success. When I was in the...
Luck has nothing to do with it.
Ok, I’m writing this in response to something someone said to me recently. The subject was Cali and all of the special care she has been getting due to her recent health issues. If you follow me on Facebook, I’ve been posting a lot about her and her medical care. I don’t believe in luck. I believe in abundance and the Law of Attraction.
A miracle happened. That’s the only way to describe it. Cali had a great appointment during her check-up this past week, and I was doing the “happy dance.” Until I wasn’t dancing anymore.
Today was a really good day.
I confess I got that wording from seeing the musical “Dear Evan Hansen” three times over the last month
Here’s the scoop.
My girl, being 15, has a variety of health issues. Once we get one problem under control, a new one pops up. Recently, I received great news about her health.
Last night as I was folding and putting away laundry, a forgotten memory popped up and hit me like a bolt of lightning. All I could ask myself is, “Why am I keeping it a secret?” If this journey is all about choosing me, it includes finding the places I’ve been playing small and instead learn to show up in a bigger way.