Category Archives: Mindset


Yesterday I watched a documentary called The Heretic about Rob Bell (the Christian pastor and author of the book Love Wins). At one point in the documentary, Theologian Peter Rollins says, “Interestingly, the word unraveling is the same as


This poem terrifies me for how the truth of it strikes me right in the heart. What if life is asking you to pause and stop what you are becoming? Sometimes if you move carefully through the forest breathing

courageous


I feel like I need to apologize to all of my former business clients. They were hiring a consultant and what they got was something a bit…different…something that required them to be a bit more courageous than perhaps they

finding the right words that bring all the feels


I adore words (and having written four books and counting, I have a lot of them) and all the feels they give me. And because words have power, I’m always looking for a word or even a phrase that says the

service or selfish


I sat down to write this blog post for tomorrow when my hubby walked into the office and asked me to go for a walk with him. For a second, I felt conflicted: when inspiration strikes, I know it’s

Angie Stegall, Wayfinder


I recently had a long-time client write me a wonderful testimonial (which I’ll share below) about our coaching relationship and the power of my questions. I realized (again) that this very smart, driven, and wildly creative woman, who is


2018 is here. The world appears to be in turmoil. Broken, somehow. But, *I* am different. I have spent the last few years in deep inquiry about myself – who I really am, what matters to me, what my


In June of this year, I gave the morning keynote talk at the Western Women’s Business Center’s annual conference. I spoke about my Grand Canyon trip, which also inspired my fourth book Make Some Room, and how I learned to

Our motorhome Gru


There is a Swahili saying that I’ve been clinging to recently: Life has meaning in the struggle.  Triumph or defeat is in the hands of the gods…. so let us celebrate the struggles.” I haven’t written a blogpost here


Once, a client of mine tried to introduce me to his team. He looked over at me and said, “I don’t know what to call you because you won’t tell me.” I’ve had this problem for several years, but