Your Playing Small Doesn’t Serve the World

It was Marianne Williamson who said this in a passage from her book “A Return to Love” which has become an EXTREMELY popular inspirational quote and with good reason. I think it resonates with the soul of anyone reading it. It forces us to reflect: In what ways am I playing small? I don’t know about you,Continue reading “Your Playing Small Doesn’t Serve the World”

You are not required to ALWAYS know…

To know what you know and what you do not know, that is true knowledge – Confucius There will always be things that we don’t know. When I was much younger, I was VERY sensitive around not knowing. If I pronounced something wrong and was corrected I was embarrassed. What’s worse is I remember some of those moments…IContinue reading “You are not required to ALWAYS know…”

Being an Entrepreneur isn’t about being your Own Boss

Why do you want to get into business for yourself/own a business? This question is usually met with the F answer: FREEDOM! The freedom to do WHAT you want, WHEN you want, with WHOM you want and work on WHATEVER you like WHENEVER you like. Many envisage being free as being able to spend moreContinue reading “Being an Entrepreneur isn’t about being your Own Boss”

Living Life without Containment

Our dog Pocket was knocked down yesterday. I was in such shock that I couldn’t cry. It took a while for the tears to come and as I posted a couple pics of her on Facebook, the tears started to flow. Today the realization that Pocket is no longer here is hard to swallow. IContinue reading “Living Life without Containment”

One Thing Worth Working On…

If there is one thing worth working on, it’s the INNER SELF. Regardless of the way that works for you, it is the TRUE path. It is where FREEDOM lies – Kamal Ravikant [capitalization mine] I’m reading Kamal’s book now called “Live your Truth”. I think we all need to determine what TRUTH is forContinue reading “One Thing Worth Working On…”

Put Away the Knife…

Of shame, blame, fear and remorse. By Marcia Reynolds, PsyD Elizabeth Gilbert of Eat, Pray, Love fame gave the closing keynote at the Women’s Conference I spoke at in Omaha. Her brief yet powerful speech left us all feeling a little less crazy and immensely more content with life. I don’t think she would mindContinue reading “Put Away the Knife…”