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Get Unstuck. How to succeed, excel and thrive at life.

Feeling Stuck in Life

Over the past few weeks, I have spoken to SO many women who have expressed feeling stuck in life.  Feeling ‘stuck’ in life is when you feel you’re unable to achieve the desired progress, results, success, goals or outcomes in some area of your personal or professional life. So how does one get unstuck? 


Whether it’s your relationships, emotional well-being, finances or work-life, feeling stuck paralyzes you from making the progress you desire. And this inability to move forward in life causes you to feel discouraged, discontent, disappointed, devastated, distraught and maybe even distressed. So how do you get unstuck?

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Thoughts. Change your thoughts, change your life.

Family heart to heart

The other day my 20 year old daughter and I were talking about her personal goals and ambitions. She expressed how she needed to earn a particular type of income for the life she wanted to live. This girl dreams BIG no doubt! But her big dream requires BIG POCKETS OKUUURRR💁🏽‍♀️
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Dream Big

Dream Big. Three keys for making your dream a reality.

The Greatest Showman

One of my favorite movies to date is the Greatest Showman. There is just something about this movie that gives me joy and hope. It inspires me, moves me and inspires the dream in my heart. When I first saw the movie with a friend, I was moved to laughter and tears. Why you ask? Well, that actually took me weeks to discover because I had to face off with myself.  

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Vulnerability. Why does it feel so scary?

Naked and Exposed

Have you ever done something so vulnerable that it made you feel completely naked and exposed? Do you fear having your faults, failures and flaws open to ridicule, rejection or judgment from others? Is that why we always say “don’t judge me” as a disclaimer before we’re about to share some personal weakness or struggle? Why does vulnerability feel so scary?
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winning relationships

Are your relationships winning? Time to level up and win.

Are your relationships winning?

I’m so happy to share part two of our relationship series on how to have winning relationships. Last week I shared about ’emotional bids’, the fundamental unit of how we seek out connection with others. (If you haven’t read Part One of the series you can check it out here.)


To refresh your memory, we talked about verbal bids (questions, invitations) and nonverbal bids for connection (hugs, gestures and facial expressions, smiles etc.) In this post, I’d like to talk a little bit about how we respond to bids for connection. Because how we respond to others can serve to either help our relationships, or hurt them. Check out these three responses to bids.

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meaningful relationships

The one hack you need to win in your relationships every time!

Love Month

So, it’s the month of February and many people have nothing but LOVE or relationships on their minds. But truth be told, forming AND maintaining healthy, thriving and emotionally meaningful relationships with others is not all roses. 🌹🥀  It requires strong social-emotional skills AND an unwavering commitment.

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discover your purpose

Discover your Purpose. What are you here for?

Have you ever wondered about the meaning and purpose of your life? So how can you go and discover your purpose? Let me use a song to illustrate this common pursuit for most people. Are you familiar with that popular 1990 song by singer Michael W. Smith “Place In This World?” I was in high school when this song was released and it struck a chord in my heart that continues to ring loud and clear. If you’re not familiar with some of the lyrics, here a few lines:

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work life

Are You Thriving in your work life? It’s time to soul search.

Do you find yourself unmotivated and unexcited to get out of bed each morning to go to work?

Are you spending a lot of time wishing you were engaged in work that not only energized your mind but most importantly, engaged your heart? For years I was engaged in work that I dreaded. Work that caused me to be physically drained, mentally discouraged and emotionally overwhelmed. Every. Single. Day. I had zero energy left to give my family at the end of my workday.

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