Earlier this year, my husband and I had the privilege of attending Dr. Joe Dispenza's Progressive and Advanced workshops back-to-back in Tampa, FL.
I'm one of those people who checks my Facebook account regularly, like four to five times a day (maybe more, if I'm being really honest; and when I am bored). There have been many articles on how social media has the effect of "oh there he/she goes again, boasting about his/her perfect life" and yes, I'm sure we all have friends that do that (present company excluded of course). But what if we could use our social media platforms as an accountability partner instead?
It's been a while since my last blog post, and here's why: I've recently taken on a number of new projects - consulting with small businesses looking to ramp up to become ready for a period of expansion.
A mid-life crisis is so last season. The new "it" crisis these days is a mid-career crisis.
I’ve talked about “beautiful states” a few times in my website and this blog. And here’s what it is, in a nutshell: the active choice not to suffer.
At the Gal Boss Asia Symposium in Singapore recently, over 200 women business leaders, entrepreneurs, celebrities, mompreneurs, global influencers, YouTube stars and thought leaders came together in an intimate, thought-provoking and empowering setting to share ideas, experiences and advice.
In this article, I explore a new narrative. One of magic. One that resonates with me so much so, I get goosebumps.