It can be confusing at times to decide if you should keep plugging away at something, not taking no for an answer or realizing the brick walls in front of you are a sign that you are barking up the wrong tree. I like to think of myself as someone that perseveres, but I have.. read more →

Having worked in high-tech Fortune 500 companies for 20+ years, I knew that one of my strongest skills was following my intuition and jumping into action. Yet, I rarely felt free to openly admit or share that “my intuition or gut” was my guidance. Oh right, the guys in the room would have looked at.. read more →

Have you ever wondered where that voice of self-doubt comes from? Why are we so programmed to listen to it and follow it unconsciously like a robot? The doubter within or the inner-critic actually serves a purpose; it is trying to keep us safe. The doubter is your personal department of risk mitigation. The problem.. read more →

Have you ever noticed that people will often stay in the most horrific or ridiculous situations, be it a relationship or a job, just because the fear of the unknown in making a change seems over whelming? I’ve never liked that saying “The devil you know is better than a devil you don’t.” Talk about.. read more →

I just spent four amazing days at the Emerging Women Live Conference in New York City. The speakers and content were inspiring, powerful, and completely BADASS! All I kept thinking while taking in one experience after another was… “I want every woman and man I know to experience the depths of what emerged for me.. read more →

23 Sep 2014
September 23, 2014

5 Steps to Greater Confidence

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Success is the result of confidence, just as much as competence. Yet, many strong and intelligent women continue to focus on proving competence, over developing confidence. So often, women tend to feel confident only when they are perfect. Perfectionism is a confidence killer. Attempting to be perfect is really about seeking approval and since perfection.. read more →

Having worked in hi-tech Fortune 500 companies for 20+ years, I knew that one of my strongest skills was following my intuition and jumping into action.  Yet, I rarely felt free to openly admit or share that “my intuition or gut” was my guidance.  Oh right, the guys in the room would have looked at.. read more →

25 Jun 2014
June 25, 2014

What is Heartled Leadership?

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  Did you know that the heart actually sends more signals to the brain, than the brain sends to the heart? Yet in our culture, we tend to lead our lives with our minds, instead of from our hearts. We have all heard the saying, the heart will never lead you wrong. But learning to.. read more →

So often we have little thoughts or intuitive messages of what we should be putting our attention on or giving time to, but the normal day to day routine takes precedence and then becomes our default mode. The brain gravitates to patterns; it is just the way we are wired. This is beneficial in that.. read more →

23 Apr 2014
April 23, 2014

Go ahead, Fake It!

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At age 8 my father died and I adopted the belief that because I didn’t have a dad or male patriarch in my life, “I was not as good as other people”.  Truly, I can remember distinctly feeling and verbalizing that as a child.  I had an extreme inferiority complex throughout most of my childhood,.. read more →