Independence Day

Happy 4th of July!¬† This day and weekend has come to be associated with cookouts and fireworks…We’re really celebrating a country’s declared independence from tyranny, depending on which side of the Atlantic you’re on! ūüôā¬† England does not celebrate this! … Continue reading

Time of Transition

We are in a time of transition. ¬†Our sense of security for some, has been pulled out from under them. ¬†I don’t care which side of the fence you sit…But from a coaching standpoint,this is a huge opportunity. Start reflecting-how … Continue reading

Who Moved My Cheese? Change and how we react!

Dr. Spencer Johnson, in his fun parable, Who Moved My Cheese?, asked a fundamental question. ¬†What happens when things out of our control change? ¬†How do we typically react? I have almost all of my coaching clients get this book. … Continue reading

NLP-what is it anyway? Part Two

NLP is a way to look at communication and my question is always-“how can I use this tool in my coaching? ¬†There is no doubt in my mind that being aware of how we take in information will help me … Continue reading

The” real skinny” about writing a book!

There’s my book (coming out for the Holidays) “Turning Midlife into the RIGHT Life!” Gotta get that in whenever I can…and the perfect segue… There are basically 3 Top Marketing reasons given for having a book for sale… Inspire-You have … Continue reading

Transition Cycle (part 1)

This is the first installment in a four part series on different types of transitions. ¬†Transitions rarely come in neat boxes and often,more than one transition is happening at the same time. ¬†You can think of transition as a process … Continue reading

Women’s Expo-Oct. 2nd, CCCBC-12-4pm!

Saturday is Set-up.¬† This is where I get to see works or no…I don’t do these kind of events,but, the Concept Designer, Patsee Anderson is a good friend and master Networker/Connector! Please come¬† Oct. 2nd, 12-4pm at CCBC, a college … Continue reading

Florence Foster Jenkins & passion!

I saw a delightful film on Florence.¬† She was the World’s Worst Singer! But she was passionate about music and the opera.¬† She fancied herself a coloratura soprano.¬† She played Carnegie Hall after several recitals-where “true music lovers” were paid … Continue reading

What’s the Women’s Expo and why should I go?

An Expo is an opportunity to hear speakers and learn about products and services that will bring you fulfillment in your life!¬† The Women;s Expo is for women and the men who love them!¬† Go to You will see … Continue reading

Book signing + reading-July 27th 6:30-7:30pm at Evergreen

Come join me in celebrating having co-authored an International Bestseller in the US, Canada and the UK! Wednesday, July 27th, 6:30-7:30 pm @ Evergreen Cafe-501 W. Cold Spring Lane, 21210!¬† If you’re in Baltimore,MD or want a copy-I can beat … Continue reading