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Healing My Habit of Rushing: An Unconventional Revenue Growth Plan

Healing My Habit of Rushing: An Unconventional Revenue Growth Plan

Sometimes we look for the best revenue growth plan in all the wrong places when really, it was within us all the time. Let me back up before we dive into what I mean and what this has to do with you growing your business’s revenue in unconventional or unexpected ways. Historically I’ve been the

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What I Did When I Realized I Need A Sabbatical

What I Did When I Realized I Need A Sabbatical

A couple of months ago I realized that I needed a sabbatical (well, really that I wanted a sabbatical.) It wasn’t that I was exhausted or burned out. This wasn’t in reaction to having overdone it. This was simply a soul nudge reminding me that I haven’t taken long pauses from work other than during

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The top 3 corporate habits you may want to consider keeping for your own business.

The top 3 corporate habits you may want to consider keeping for your own business.

We do it a lot.  The villainizing of Corporate America has become a norm among us entrepreneurial folk and even seen by some as a failure or last resort option when working for oneself doesn’t work out.  However, as someone who spent the better part of 15 years working in marketing and sales for some

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Midyear Review Check-List for Your Business

Midyear Review Check-List for Your Business

It’s just about time for a midyear review for your business. Why? Do you remember the beginning of January? Me neither. So much has happened since then! Some of our company goals have changed and a lot of our plans have. But our mission to help ambitious women have powerful, abundant, energizing businesses did not…and

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3 Tips to Write Engaging Email for Marketing

3 Tips to Write Engaging Email for Marketing

I LOVE writing and I always have. But I have not always been good at writing email for marketing, aka marketing copy. Let me explain the difference. Writing can have a whole bunch of different purposes: personal reflection, telling a story, giving instructions, emotional processing, entertaining someone, teaching, etc. On the other hand, writing copy

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Why Trying to Make Money Having Fun Could Be Hurting Your Business

Why Trying to Make Money Having Fun Could Be Hurting Your Business

The seemingly sage advice to make money having fun is something so many of us entrepreneurs have taken to heart…but it’s not always as good of an idea as it may seem. I was recently at a gathering of 7 and 8-figure women business owners and one of them pulled me aside in the hallway

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The Energy Audit You Need to Do Right Now to Level Up Long Term

The Energy Audit You Need to Do Right Now to Level Up Long Term

It’s been a season of harvest in my sister circle. This group is made up of women I’ve known for 20 years or more and we all remain the village of support for one another. There have been exuberant shares of new jobs that will 4x their income, new cars, new homes, new marriages, a

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3 Reparenting Exercises in Honor of Mother’s Day

3 Reparenting Exercises in Honor of Mother’s Day

In the USA it’s Mother’s Day this upcoming Sunday so in honor of this day I’m sharing 3 reparenting exercises that I practice that have helped me feel more nourished and cared for than ever before. Mother’s Day can be really lovely and can also be incredibly complicated and even incredibly difficult. Our relationship with

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5 Ways to Deal With Disappointment

5 Ways to Deal With Disappointment

Sometimes you ask for what you want and you get it and it’s awesome. And sometimes you don’t. The cutie you were ogling from across the bar asks your friend for her number instead of yours. You launch your new product that’s been in the works for over a year, and you hear crickets instead

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5 Ways to Create Healthier Boundaries with Social Media

5 Ways to Create Healthier Boundaries with Social Media

Recently, a writer and author I admire in the healing space announced that they might be stepping away from social media.  Their audience panicked.  One after another, comments on their live feed shared the sadness, confusion and reluctant support for this person. It was clear that this leader had developed a real connection with their

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