The Power of Imperfection: A Chance for Growth

By: | Posted in: Balance, Blog, Leadership, Perfectionism | Thursday, Aug 6, 2015 - 11:53am

As humans, we’re imperfect beings. Yet, as women we often strive for perfection. Where does this strive for perfection lead us?  It may lead to procrastination, where we feel it or we has to be perfect to even start or to get our work out there. Or. it may lead to overwork where we don’t ask others for help because only we can do it “right” or perfectly. Taken to the extreme, we may become workaholics. And certainly, both of these approaches leads to stress and being out of balance. Plus, we’re missing out on some great opportunities for connection and compassion.


Reclaiming Your Power: A recap of my 9/4 telecall

By: | Posted in: Female power, Leadership | Saturday, Dec 6, 2014 - 4:37pm

In this blog post you will find a recap from a 9/4/14 telecal, where I explored the topic of reclaiming your power, and spoke about 8 ways in which we give up power as women and 7 tips for reclaiming our power.


The Power of Story: Lifting the Emotional Baggage

By: | Posted in: Coaching, Leadership | Tuesday, Oct 28, 2014 - 1:30pm

The stories we tell ourselves can take hold of us for days, weeks or even years. They can produce drama and a whole host of things we tell ourselves. It produces, anger, sorrow, sadness and often self-doubt, especially for us as women. The hold of the story is laden with emotional baggage, often taking us back to the past rather than being in the present. It can cause the “should” or “if only”, or better yet, “if I had done x, then y would or wouldn’t have happened”. And sometimes, the story shifts to blame. “Well, if she hadn’t done x, then he wouldn’t have done y”.