I still remember the first time I did a lot of things in life. And the moments just before I did it...the feeling of fear, exhilaration, and not sure how it would all turn out. Like the first time I: Rode a bike without training wheels.
Stepped on the ice rink for my first lesson.
Arrived at Penn State as a clueless, wide-eyed freshman.
Went on my first career interview.
Worked with my first client. And every single time of these “firsts,” I recall that feeling. And how t
“What do you REALLY want?” That’s the question I asked my client, Janet*, during our first coaching session together. She was on a career path she wasn’t very passionate about, and deep down always held on to the hope of landing her dream job in a different field. During our conversation, she mentioned that going after her dream would be her plan A, and staying in her current career path and advancing would be her plan B. Janet wasn’t sure about Plan A, though. She believed i
Time is precious - don't you think? For me, it's one of the greatest assets I can have. Mostly everyone I know is always juggling multiple things a day; like their careers, families, errands, and their social life and passions. It feels like there is no time left to dedicate to the people or things we care about most, even ourselves at times! I’m always trying to find ways to be more efficient so that I can maximize my time. Here are 9 simple ways I’ve added more time to my d
When it comes to success and general happiness, we always hear about what we need to learn or do more of. But what about what we need to unlearn? Do you have any bad habits you could lose? Here are seven common habits to unlearn, that can make a significant difference in your overall happiness and be a catalyst of your success (trust me...I had to unlearn ALL of them!): 1.Worrying about what others think. Giving a sh*t about what everyone thinks can make you feel so paralyze
When I think about the people I admire most - whether they are people I know personally or not - they all have one thing in common: They’re rule breakers and rule makers! They make their own rules for their life, on their terms. They aren’t people who do terrible things like break the law or harm anyone, but people who push limits and boundaries, who do what they want regardless of what’s expected, and who aren’t afraid to be themselves even if no one else will understand or
As we move through the holiday season and the year comes to an end, I look back at 2015 and am so grateful for how incredible it was. I accomplished a lot and it was extremely abundant, but it didn't happen overnight or by chance or luck. It was a journey that started a few years ago, and I wanted to share it to where I am today so you can think about what you want to accomplish or change in this upcoming year.
A little over two years ago, my life was very different than