What Do You Want to Be Remembered For?

St. Augustine said that asking the question of your own legacy — “What do I wish to be remembered for?” — is the beginning of adulthood. This profound question has been on my mind a lot lately.  I don’t think that there’s anyone who would say that one day they’d like to be remembered for … Read more

Are You a Leader? Psst…Yes, You Are!

Let’s talk leadership for a bit! Do you consider yourself a leader? Are you shaking your head in an emphatic “no”? Or are you shrugging your shoulders in an “I don’t know” kind of way?  I get it!  I felt the same way several years ago when I fell into a leadership role and struggled … Read more

Replacing Your Fears With Facts, Faith and Fortitude

You and I are navigating uncharted territory, aren’t we?  Our lives went from orderly to disorderly within a matter of days.  Words like COVID-19, pandemic and coronavirus are quickly becoming part of our vocabulary whether we want them to be or not.    For some the new normal has become social distancing, self-quarantining, homeschooling, working from home, … Read more

6 Ways to Combat Imposter Syndrome

Have you ever experienced the fear of being an imposter in your workplace or your sphere of influence?  Imposter Syndrome is sometimes called the Imposter Phenomenon. I like to call it the Imposter Experience because almost everyone experiences it. It’s quite normal and you cannot die from it. What is the Imposter Experience or Imposter … Read more

The Power of Pivoting

Albert Einstein said, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results,” and it’s true!  To pivot means to turn or rotate. Sometimes things happen (or don’t happen) in our life when we need to say to ourselves “it’s time for a change!” When you feel like calling it … Read more

How Valuable Are You?

I love antiques and recently I was watching one of my favorite shows, “Antiques Roadshow.” This guy brought in a watch and it was valued at $500,000. The owner fainted and then he got back up and was astounded. I thought this guy was going to walk away holding that watch with kid gloves. He’s … Read more

The Significance of the (Seemingly) Insignificant

Time is really not spent. It’s invested in a future that we can’t see yet. One guarantee in life is that the clock keeps ticking. You and I have no control over time, but we fail to see how sometimes the insignificant things can affect time. We fail to see how do we connect the … Read more

6 Practical Ways to Listen to Your Inner Voice

My husband and I are facing a big decision as empty-nesters, and we have been listening to our inner voices as we make our decision. Let’s say you have got a decision to make. You have got something that keeps you up at night, and you’ve been weighing the pros and cons. Maybe it’s changing … Read more