What if you Don’t Have your A-Game?

Most of us want to show up to the best of our abilities in everything we do. Even to the point of beating ourselves up if we perform at a level less than we thought we should or wish we would. The reality is, our "A-Game" varies from day to day. Some days, we feel … Continue reading What if you Don’t Have your A-Game?

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FB Live Video: What we do makes a difference, and scheduling tips

Last night, I hopped onto Facebook and did a live video session. In case you missed it, I wanted to share it wth you here! In this video, I talked about how: Every little thing we do (or don't do) makes a difference, and How to develop a schedule that works for you, pulls fresh … Continue reading FB Live Video: What we do makes a difference, and scheduling tips

You DON’T Have to Have 60 Minutes to Work Out.

I was talking with a new client the other day and we were discussing how they were stressed about the fact that they felt they could not set aside a full hour out of the day to work out, not in the mornings, or on their lunch hour, or in the evenings .. But they … Continue reading You DON’T Have to Have 60 Minutes to Work Out.

Video: Starting, Persevering, and Being your own Best Ally

https://youtu.be/u7CC-3XHCT8 I had a wonderful time chatting on Facebook live the other evening. Tune in above to watch the replay! Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment. Jim Rohn Starting Finding out what you really want – make a real goal Might take time. Don’t worry about making the perfect goal first. Maybe make … Continue reading Video: Starting, Persevering, and Being your own Best Ally

What Could you Do Differently to Get Better Results?

I'm a HUGE fan of tweaking and playing with the variables in our lives - and our minds - in order to get the results we really want out of life. Have you considered this? How could we settle or complacency in any area of our lives if we realize that anything and everything is … Continue reading What Could you Do Differently to Get Better Results?