The nerd in me loves to consider personality types. I especially love the topic of introverts and extraverts. The most important thing that I have learned when it comes to personality is you cannot change the spots on a leopard. Instead, we need to understand our differences and embrace them. Do you know which you… Continue reading Introvert or Extravert? The importance of understanding.
There are so many things that a person can do to spark up a sense of achievement in their lives. The smallest of steps taken forward, what may even seem inconsequential at the moment, often amounts to huge lasting impact. We decide to lose 30 pounds and at the 10 pound mark we purchase a single new… Continue reading Small Steps Lead To Long Term Change
Do you keep a journal? I ventured into journal writing in my pre-teen years. I wrote about animals, ideas, daily life, and I wrote random thoughts of my future on paper. My future dreams were to be a nurse, farmer (reflects my deep love for animals), or an interior designer. My notebook paper journals included… Continue reading 5 Valuable Types of Journal Keeping
I have mulled over one word these past few weeks: Decision. This thought process came to a head on New Year’s Day, 2016. How fitting is decision for a new year, a new start…and I ask, how about making it a permanent thought process for the rest of your/my life? As I have, you might… Continue reading Freedom: Decision Making Made Real
Are you super busy? Does your day not feel normal if you aren’t working, or if you aren’t on the go? Do you often feel something is missing in your life? I see myself in all of the above from time to time. We all do. What I have discovered is how my fast paced… Continue reading Managing Life by what You Value
I am in the process of building a website for my coaching business. When the new site name jumped out at me (it is exactly the message that I want to convey), I scooped up the domain and began the process of pointing it to the website. I’ve been through this process numerous times so… Continue reading Reminder: Slow Down to See the Obvious
8:00 a.m., my office phone sprang to life. It was the CPA. The pressure was on. Not only was I required to reconcile the bank account, which should have been finished weeks ago, he asked me to “snug up the cash” and balance the statement that I had just received. That early in the day… Continue reading The Connection – Clock Watching and Procrastination