I’m in Colombia, South America visiting family as well as collecting a bunch of unique experiences to put into my 15th novel (yet to be titled!).
Many view uncertainty as a bad thing. We attribute a bad outcome to its presence. But what if that uncertainty is necessary for you to get to a new place?
If you want to start winning in life, you need to look at disappointment in a whole new light. It sweeps in like a tide, leaving us unbalanced.
Revealing excerpts from my chapter in the new anthology, “I Bared My Chest: 21 Unstoppable Women Get Naked” show vulnerability is the best cure for fear!
Taking the easy road tempts me from time to time because, well, it’s easy! I know that easy never helped me grow, though.
The greatest life lessons I’ve learned in life have been through my dogs. Dogs are natural leaders, healers, and friends.
Healthy conflict can lift us to new levels of thinking and interacting and excite a new way of viewing the world and empowering relationships.
In terms of achieving goals, making excuses gets us nowhere Yet many, including myself, use them. They offer a temporary reprieve from responsibility.
To focus on pleasing others typically means you’ve placed what’s important to you on the back burner. It’s vital to you that others admire your work.