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Make Some Room Intro - Grand Canyon


Make Some Room: Powerful Life Lessons Inspired by an Epic 16-day Colorado River Rafting Trip Through Grand Canyon Introduction In June of 2013, my husband Nelson and I spent 16 days rafting 225 miles of the Colorado River through


A couple weeks ago, my hubby and I had the crazy awesome pleasure of watching a few talented musicians do their thing. Mike Guggino and Mike Ashworth are of Steep Canyon Rangers fame and were joined by musicians/singer songwriter

Your actions and decisions today will shape the way you will live in the future.


I want to talk about regret versus possibility…see, my husband Nelson and I are dreamers (and doers). We talk a lot about things we want to do and places we want to go. We talk about who we want


Last week, I experienced a real moment of choice. I stopped at the grocery store early one evening to grab a coffee and some “snowzilla” provisions. Good thing I did, too, because I’m staring out the window at 13


When I launched out on my own in 2003, a mentor helped me get VERY clear on the reasons I had for starting my own business. They were and continue to this day to be: Freedom Flexibility Variety I

NO-gotiation How Bad Do You Want It


I was listening to a writer’s group podcast the other day and the caller was asking for advice about how to find time to write. One of the moderators (both of whom are writers) gave some really good suggestions

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A couple weeks ago, I had an appointment to meet a potential new client at a coffee shop in downtown Asheville. This person and I made our appointment via email, so everything was in writing. I created the appointment

pause and ponder the sky


I just finished teaching my first two sessions created from my newest book Ponder This.  It was an exercise in pausing and pondering business and life. As participants were leaving, they told me, “This was great – very provocative!”

perfectionism equals procrastination


Have you ever seen a little kid fighting with another little kid over a toy? They push and pull and play a really bratty version of “keep away.” There might be yelling, screaming, or even an epic temper tantrum.