6 Questions That Can Help You Determine Your Calling

During a recent coffee date, a friend congratulated me on this blog.  She said it’s wonderful for me to share the content that I do, and that I am fortunate to have found a way to contribute to the world that is meaningful to me.  I felt honored by the compliment.  Then she told meContinue reading “6 Questions That Can Help You Determine Your Calling”

How I Flipped the Script on My Fear

Here’s the thing about fear, it’s insidious.  It’s a weed that if not managed can quickly overrule your mind.  I know this, and because I know this I actively combat it.  In my life I have occasionally allowed fear to make my decisions for me, but more often I force myself to do what IContinue reading “How I Flipped the Script on My Fear”

Formula to Improve Confidence

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is a profound book that teaches you how to leverage your creative powers to manifest your goals. I’ve previously a summary of Hill’s review on leadership qualities.  As a third topic, I want to share his Confidence Formula.  He encourages people to memorize, and then regularly repeat it toContinue reading “Formula to Improve Confidence”

Act When Inspired & Embrace How it Feels

Have you ever felt inspired to do something and time seems to dissolve when you get to work on it?  Not only do you get into a zone, but you also feel hypnotized by the work underway.  I’ve experienced this countless times in my life.  It started in school when doing science homework, usually leadingContinue reading “Act When Inspired & Embrace How it Feels”

22 Things I’m Grateful For & 3 Tips to Stay Positive

An attitude of gratitude is foundational to an abundance mindset. Every morning and every night, I take a few minutes to count my blessings. Lately, I’ve noticed that many of the items I list are material in nature and cost substantial money including my handbags, my car, and my home. I love these things becauseContinue reading “22 Things I’m Grateful For & 3 Tips to Stay Positive”

Life Planners & Resolutions

Even though it’s March, it’s still a good time to discuss a topic usually reserved for January – setting resolutions and goals for the coming year.  I love making resolutions.  I have a motto that “every moment is a fresh start,” but I especially feel that way at the start of the year. Every January,Continue reading “Life Planners & Resolutions”

Introvert’s Guide to Networking

Introversion is a popular topic lately, and I appreciate that since I am an introvert.  When I started down the business and leadership track, I realized that I had to disregard my natural introverted tendencies and be willing to jump into networking events.  These events exhausted me and I dreaded lengthy work trips where I was expected toContinue reading “Introvert’s Guide to Networking”

Thinking by Walter Wintle

Every once in a while something will come into my awareness on multiple occasions during a short period of time.  When this happens, I take note, especially when it’s something that is new to me. I’ve found that these situations offer me personal meaning.  Some friends tease that I’m superstitious, and I am, but in these instances I tend to feelContinue reading “Thinking by Walter Wintle”