Georgia O’Keeffe (1887 – 1986) was notoriously private about her artmaking. “I can never bear to have people around me when I’m working,” she told The New Yorker, “or to let anybody see what I’m doing or say anything about it until it’s finished.” She was never eager to say much about her aesthetic ideas, […]
That’s the trick, to make every day a clear day. And that’s exactly why I wrote Clarity: How to Accomplish What Matters Most. Here’s the opening pages. To learn more about the rest of the book, click here.
As a coach, I serve as the privileged witness to so many remarkable women who are ambitious to build the life of their dreams. They are consciously crafting their lives with love, attention, and imagination. They are committing to a life of clarity, meaning, and accomplishment. We are all hungry for that life, and you […]
An opinion is self-enclosed and leads nowhere, but a thought travels wide and far. Focus on the work at hand; let go of everything else that gets in the way. Each day is an opportunity to start, stop, or continue. YOU CAN’T BEGIN TO CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN UNTIL YOU GET TO IT. Good news/bad news: […]
The new year celebrations are over, and the resolutions have been made. How are you doing with yours? If you’re in need of a little help jumpstarting 2016, I’d love to help. When you sign up for private coaching this month, you’ll get an additional session, with my compliments. Interested? For more details, email me.
Thank you, David Bowie, for so very much. Most of all, thank you for reminding me that: Unless I’m facing down a terminal prognosis, I will not whinge about lack of time. To my last breath, it’s about doing the work.
How often do you find yourself saying, or thinking, “I should do X?” Several years ago I realized how often I used that phrase, and how powerful were its implications. Where does “should” come from? I wanted to take ownership of my life choices, large and small. “Should’s” weren’t good enough. Since then, I have […]