Today I turned 40. I’ve heard women say time and again that after 40 you just stop caring what other people think of you and live your life. The thing is, I’ve always had a pretty wide and visible streak of ‘who gives a fuck’ when it comes to other people’s opinions of my life and how I […]
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On turning 40, coming out & savoring life on the periphery
What’s the best gift you can give yourself for the year ahead?
Strength & confidence from clarity of purpose & path. Take a moment to pause and think about that. I know those words are so often bandied about these days that we tend to not really notice them or absorb the meaning of them. So, close your eyes and imagine with me. Imagine yourself standing on […]
The four essential elements of your right idea + a free download
When you put yourself out there as the right person for a job, the right people will always take notice. When I put myself out there as someone who can help build a life you love by building a business you love, I expected to have a few people sending me “can you help me start this business?” […]
The Life Cycle for Revolutionaries. How your business evolves and why you don’t suck.
You want a different life. You want to live in a world of your own design. You and your business are both evolving. All the time. Always. In every way. This r-evolution happens in cycles. The only way to not live within this cycle is to sit still and never change. But that’s not you. […]
Turn your love for dogs into a life you love. A dozen dog business ideas with resources to get you thinking.
Last month, we rescued a puppy. It was not the smart thing to do. We have the world’s most awesome dog already. And at 18 months, Olive is still a puppy herself. We also have two girls that just turned five. We’re remodeling the home we live in, and we’re still getting acclimated to a […]