This fall is the public debut of several things that have been brewing behind the scenes and I am beyond excited to share them more widely.Read More
Oh boy. It’s nearly fall! I looooove the autumn. It’s my fave time of year for so many reasons- snappy weather, the bluest skies and fall leaves, cozy sweaters, new beginnings, learning.Read More
How much are you worth? In dollars and cents?
While you think about it, I’m going to tell you a little story.Read More
About five years into my coaching and consulting work, I was finally starting to work with bigger companies. It wasn’t through any particular focus on my part and in fact serendipity played a larger role than I might like to admit in the evolution of my business. (Is serendipity repeatable? I kinda think so.)Read More
This is the first post in a summer series on landing corporate contracts. I’ll be posting an index shortly with links to all posts on this topic.
Many a coach/consultant wants to move into working with bigger clients, but very few actually make that leap unless they came out of a corporate environment already.Read More
Just the other day in a public restroom I told my 4 year old that when we’re really rich we’ll have a Japanese toilet that cleans your bits and plays music and heats up the seat for you.
“Mummy, what does rich mean?”Read More
I made a mid-year review in lieu of journaling questions. It's a way to take stock and reflect on what has been your 2019 so far and thenRead More
Whew! March is here! I’m starting to post my journaling prompts here so that they can live in a public space.
If you’re new to them, each month I send out a newsletter with the journaling prompts for the month. I recommend printing them out and putting them in a notebook so that you can collect them over the course of the year.Read More
Last week Lesley at Wisteria Sunshine sent me a whole bunch of questions to go with her May themed member site. (If you don't subscribe then you might like to check it out. I love everything she does.) It was such a delight to answer the questions that it inspired me to create a set of journaling prompts for you for the month of May!Read More
Years ago I was working at fashion trade shows for various designers. Those were long, hard days and I was making a piddly day rate but I did it to learn the industry, stay on top of trends and make contacts.
Jim Rohn’s famous quote is a common platitude spouted by various growth/development gurus these days. Want to improve your life? Then uplevel the type of people you spend time around because you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.Read More
The first time I thought I was fat was on the bus in fifth grade.
My little thighs were spreading out and sticking to the brown vinyl seat that had, in places, been duct taped together.
It was a hot late spring afternoon and this was North Carolina. The windows were down to cool us off but I was more concerned about the size of my legs than anything else.Read More
I'm interviewing Nat Kimber, an agent with the Rights Factory, about what aspiring non-fiction authors need to know to make it from draft to book deal. (There's a lot more that comes after the deal, but that's fodder for another class.)Read More
So many times I've explained to people that tons of my business comes from referrals- and in my experience it's one of the easiest ways to build your business. So without further ado, some thoughts on why you might like to check out this Master Class.
The Joy|Money Matrix Virtual Retreat is December 28, 29, 2017.Read More
Sometimes, it feels like the entire world is designed to make us feel terrible about ourselves.
Not fit enough, not rich enough, not smart enough, not quick enough, not fresh, new, hot or “original” enough.Read More
I've been in business for over 10 years. Some years I've felt like a pro. Other years I've felt like an impostor.
Some years I have made tons of money (multiple six figures), other years what felt like hardly any (under $30k). Some years I've outspent my earnings and other years I've saved. Some years I've been proud of my accomplishments and at other times I've wondered if I have any talent whatsoever for what I'm trying to do.Read More
Right before Charlotte was born, we bought and moved into our house upstate near Clinton Corners and Millbrook. It's a sweet little house and a landmark according to the local Clinton Historical Society.Read More