Entrepreneur, author, and public speaker Brooke Sellas joins me in this episode to discuss that and offer up advice to listeners! She talks about going beyond clichés and facts, identifying your core values, and so much more!
Have you ever had one of those moments when you just don’t feel like you’re in sync? Maybe your voice is shaky, you can’t find the words that you want to use, and/or your body feels stiff. Join me as I fly solo today and share my tips to help you overcome these no-flow moments!
The grieving process, while painful and difficult, is necessary in order to return to a place where you can live life to the fullest. Someone who knows a lot about this is Kristine Carlson, the co-author of the book Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff.
Listen as Kathryn Valentine shares the three main principles women should keep in mind as they’re negotiating, as well as the 9-step framework for helping her clients become amazing negotiators, and some fantastic resources to get you started.
Dr. Martha Saunders, the President of the University of West Florida, has worked in higher education for over three decades. She has served in academic leadership roles in Florida, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Mississippi, and is known for her ability to manage and navigate crises.
For so many people, finding love is one of the most difficult things they’ve ever done. It makes you wonder, why do some people find love so easily and others have immense trouble? Venus Castleberg, author of ‘Here to Forever: Finally Free to Be Me’, joins me to chat about looking for love in all the wrong places, and where she finally found hers.
Have you ever been faced with a decision that could mean someone lived or died? Jillian, author of the new book A Voice Out of Poverty, has been and her decisions kept her sister alive. Listen as she shares her inspirational story and learn more about the psychology of making decisions.
I was recently chatting with a colleague and she was sharing with me her frustrations because she felt like no one was paying attention. It got me thinking about why that might be. I’m going to impart the knowledge I shared with her here. Let me know, are people listening to you? First, be fully […]
Maria Brito started her career as an attorney. She grew up in a household that believed the best way to make money was to become a professional. Once she graduated and started working in law, she realized she couldn’t do that work. Now she’s leaning into her creativity and loving the life and business she’s built.
In this day and age people have trouble being alone with themselves. With social media opening the door into our lives in new and persistent ways, we no longer have the solitary space to just be. Alone time however is necessary for growth, alignment, and joy.