Archive for August, 2011

Gotta Have It to Give It

Written on August 31, 2011 at 5:17 pm

Having just come off of a 4 day training in West Palm Beach, Florida with some of the brightest minds in the coaching and training industry, I am a whirlwind of ideas, thoughts, and emotions.

I can’t even describe how excited I am to be adding new mentors into my life such as Paul Martinelli, Christian Simpson, Ed DeCosta, Roddy Galbraith, Scott Fay, and last but certainly not least, author, speaker, teacher, leadership guru and mentor to many, John Maxwell.

How exciting it is to now be one of John Maxwell’s Independent Certified Coaches, Trainers, and Speakers and also a …


Drama Addiction? There is hope!

Written on August 22, 2011 at 8:00 am

I think I have been in withdrawal. No kidding.

I was literally just thinking while in the shower (yes, that is where I think best) and it occurred to me that my life is really good right now. For the first time in many years, I feel grounded, accomplished, settled, content. Of course, I still have goals and things I want to do...a purpose to fulfill.

What I mean is that there is no DRAMA in my life. I am not dealing with a job I hate, people that drive me crazy, family issues, kid issues, illness, financial setbacks, unrealistic …


2 Paths to Real Estate Sales Success

Written on August 17, 2011 at 4:25 pm

In coaching REALTORS across the country, I am finding that a common question arises when someone is either new to the business or is redefining what they would like their business to look like. Maybe they are a few years into the field and have experienced the ups and downs in their income or they are realizing that there is a lot more to the business than at first meets the eye!

There are two ways to be in real estate as a sales person and be successful as I see it:

Option #1. Approach it as a business. You …


Is it Time to Adjust your Chiropractor?

Written on August 9, 2011 at 10:44 am

This post started as a journal of my experience with my chiropractor search. What I realized after pounding it out is that it is not just about my chiropractor. It is about all so-called "professionals" that we seek out to help us with our lives. In every field there are the "greats" and the "not-so-greats." And then of course there are the ones that down right suck at what they do! You know it, I know it, we all know it... so why do we settle?

About 2 weeks ago I hurt my back. I think it started with the …