6 Ways to Honor YOU

Mother’s Day is still a little rough, even though my mom’s been gone for five years now I still think of her every day. But this is an extra special time to cherish and honor her memory. So I picked out some flowers I thought she would like – red being her favorite color I chose a beautiful ruby orchid plant…and a single red rose. As I laid them on the gravesite I was flooded with beautiful warm memories of all the loving things she did for me.

One memory in particular always stands out for me – it was Valentine’s Day and my husband at the time, was out of town. I was in the kitchen and heard a knock on the front door. When I answered my mom was standing there, smiling, with a plate of homemade chocolate heart shaped cupcakes frosted in pink with red sprinkles. She had driven 30 minutes to deliver her loving surprise face to face and give me a big hug. I was so touched I cried…I miss my mom a lot. She was always doing sweet things like that and it made me realize she was always thinking of others and doing very little for herself…it was lovely to be able to sit and honor her memory with so much gratitude.

And it made me think – what about you? Whether you are a mother or not, are you a good mom to you – honoring, nurturing and nourishing yourself? Or are you like my mom and so many other women, doing very little for you and putting yourself last?  

Let’s face it, we all offer ourselves and nurture others at one time or another. Some of us do it continually, taking care of other people in our lives, being present for them and serving them on a daily basis. 

Many of us set aside our own needs and desires in order to help someone else. Sometimes it’s absolutely necessary to care for someone, especially a sick friend or aging parent. At other times, we may be called upon to support a colleague who is going through emotional upheaval.

Although there is nothing wrong with giving our time, energy, love and attention to others – and there are times when it is absolutely essential that we do so – the danger is that we can care for others to the point of being off-balance in our own lives, losing our sparkle and self in the process.

How does it look when we become off-balanced, when we aren’t tending to our own needs? How does it feel when we haven’t focused on self-renewal or taken steps to revitalize and replenish ourselves? Well, imagine that you are a big, beautiful crystal pitcher filled with lemonade.

Surrounding you is a circle of glasses that want to be filled up. These glasses represent the people in your life – your mate, your kids, your boss, siblings, parents, friends, colleagues, etc. As you focus on filling up everyone’s glasses – filling and refilling them because everyone continues to want more – what happens?

Eventually, the pitcher gets emptied. There’s no more lemonade to pour into the glasses. The pitcher is depleted. Everyone around you still wants more of your wonderful, yummy lemonade, but if the pitcher is not being refilled and replenished, eventually there is nothing more for you to give. That’s what happens when you do not take the time for self-renewal.

Like the pitcher, you eventually have nothing left to offer. You’ve squeezed yourself dry. Yet, you continue to try to give. However, now what you are able to “serve up” becomes flat – it doesn’t taste sweet anymore. Even though you know you are running on empty you push yourself to pour your pitcher anyway. And those who you serve are aware – often unconsciously – that what you’re providing isn’t as good as it once was. Maybe what you now offer is laced with bitterness, resentment, frustration and even anger.

So, what can you do to refill your pitcher – to renew yourself? First, it’s vital that you understand a key concept: the most important relationship you will ever have in your life is the one you have with yourself! If that relationship is not rock solid, and full of love for yourself, you can lose your way-even lose your sense of Self-and feel isolated, separate and disconnected from everyone and everything.

Alternatively, the more you nurture your relationship with yourself, the more you are ready and able to have relationships with others and give to them – whether that’s a spouse, partner, friends or family members.

How can you renew and nurture your relationship with you? At the core must be the belief that you are valuable, that you deserve to be cared for and that you’re worth it. So, the first step is to love yourself. You must be able to see that you are worthy of love and that the most important love you’ll ever receive is the love and acceptance you give yourself. It starts with you. 

Once you acknowledge that you are important and worthy of love and self-care, you can take time to appreciate who you are and spend time refilling your pitcher. There are many ways to do this. To begin with, plan to give yourself some undivided attention. Focus on what you can do to breathe new life into your body, mind, and spirit.

Here are a just few suggestions to get you started:

  1. Soak in the tub. If you love taking baths, create a tranquil ambiance – including candles and music – and soak in scented bath salts that relax and refresh all of you.
  2. Get moving. For your body, exercise is another important component to include. Be sure to choose exercise you enjoy.
  3. Eat well. Make healthy food choices and say ‘no’ to white flour products and refined sugar.
  4. Take supplements. Visit a wellness store and get a good supplement plan in place … one you can stick with.
  5. Listen to your body. Listen to your body and take care of your needs. Eat when you’re hungry, sleep when you’re tired, get a massage, indulge in a mani-pedi and kick any destructive habits/addictions you may be using to cope, like alcohol, drugs or food abuse. Don’t be afraid to reach out for support. 
  6. Appreciate yourself. Don’t forget about the little somethings that put smiles on faces and do those things for you. Write yourself a love letter, send a note of gratitude to yourself or even have flowers delivered to you at home or at work.

Give yourself permission to show yourself some special love, attention and appreciation. Remember: it’s okay to admit that you need to be cared for as you care for others. That said, I encourage you to be a good mom to yourself. Take time this week to acknowledge and renew your relationship with yourself.

 You matter greatly!

May 17, 2017  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments  |  Share

How to release the past

Are you blaming yourself and feeling like a failure for relationships that have gone awry? Here is the answer you have been looking for.

Over the years, I have watched my clients, friends and even strangers take the hit for relationship problems – feeling like they weren’t enough, obsessing over past conversations and beating themselves up with thoughts like, “if only I hadn’t said that, or done that or asked that question – maybe he wouldn’t have had that affair or left.”

So hooked into their past perceived faux pas’s they are riddled with anxiety and plagued with toxic thoughts. Although they deeply desire love, they’ve safely tucked their hurting hearts behind a wall of armor.

Ahhh man…can you relate to this?

I have a question for you?

Have you given the happiness of your heart to someone who is either no longer with you or doesn’t deserve that precious gift? Are you blaming yourself for the failings of your lost love?

If you answered yes, you are not alone. Many women are in the same boat. I too mistakenly placed responsibility for my happiness squarely on the shoulders of someone else in the past but thankfully I learned the tools to reclaim my Diamond Power and today I know my value and am passionate about helping women own their sparkling worth.

Why is it important to make peace with past or troubled relationships?

Click here to discover how to let go of the past

May 10, 2017  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments  |  Share

Learn how to vibrate at the level of love

Love is the meaning of life. And today I am full up!!! I’m heading down to Laguna Beach to lead my first women’s retreat, Soul Sparkle, and I’m over the moon excited and thrilled for all the women who said yes to the calling in their soul to bring more nurturing and self-love into their life. To take four days to love on themselves and have some fun with this spiritual adventure.

What about you? Do you know how to fill yourself up with love? And hey, you don’t have to go to a retreat to do this, there are so many other ways! But if you answered no, you are not alone. We often think we do but the truth is many of us run around on empty, looking to others to fill us up with that warm and toasty expansive feeling of love. Not realizing we have the power to do this ourselves – and it’s easy!

There is one source of love – it’s so simple and that source of love is there for everyone to dip in to, to try on, to bask in, to explore deeply. What usually happens though is we get so busy, so involved in our own lives, so self focused on what we have on our never, never, never ending ‘DO’ list that we spiral out of control in the opposite direction of love – we spiral into anxiety, stress and disconnection.

What’s the answer? It’s actually simple – provide yourself more time and space to sit in nature and soak in the sun – soak in the beauty of this God given fortress of life we have the privilege of inhabiting. Love abounds in nature. Love abounds in animals, children, it’s available in every moment if you stop and listen to life’s orchestra – it’s beautiful and waiting for you – as a matter of fact you’ve got front row seats anytime you want them – how VIP does that feel!

All you have to do is let go of all the details you crowd your mind with and stress yourself out over. At the end of the day are all those minute details bringing you closer or further away from the deeply connected, loving life you desire. On top of all the details there’s the fears and anxiety you have about not completing all the details. Jeez Louise what a whirling dervish scenario spinning you like a top and getting nowhere but stressed and frustrated.

Are you willing to experiment with something new?  To be part of a new revolution – to be ONE with the power that is breathing you? Are you tired of missing out on life? You don’t have to anymore! Create the space. Allow yourself to rest.  Lift yourself up by connecting with love thru nature. This is where God plays and speaks to us.

Love vibrates at 528Hz. This frequency resonates at the heart of the Sun (recorded by NASA scientists). Sunbeams, the rainbow, flowers, grass and even the buzzing of bees vibrates at 528Hz. Nature in balance vibrates at 528Hz. It is the frequency of life itself. 

More than any sound previously discovered, the “LOVE frequency” resonates at the heart of everything. It connects your heart, your spiritual essence, to the profound experience of heaven on earth.

Why it’s important for you to know this:

Look inside…all the love you desire is cultivated within –  – it’s that simple.  Pushing to please, exhausting yourself with “doing” to prove your worth will never ever get you the love you desire. I know, I’ve tried that route and it’s a black hole. Fraught with fear we forget how easy it is, at any given moment to let love in. We cry about losing love, but the truth is we never lose the perfect love of Christ. This is a love you can count on, lean on and trust. It will never disappoint you, hurt you or deceive you. This is a love that loves to love you…. if you let it.

When I wake up in the morning I put my running shoes on and head for the park around the corner. Instantly I feel love exploding within and joy pressing into every cell. Awareness of the sweetness of life takes me to a whole other level – the 528 HZ level – right into my heart– setting me free of any gunk or funk I may have woken up with and installing a great foundation of love for my day.

It’s no surprise that the Love frequency is the “Miracle” note of the original Solfeggio musical scale. Independently confirmed by researchers, these core creative frequencies were used by ancient priests and healers in advanced civilizations to manifest miracles and produce blessings.

Many of you may live in the city and not have access to a park like I do – so I want to give you another way to connect with the Love frequency. A beautiful video with the 528 HZ frequency:

https://youtu.be/HqaHNVgFTv4

Play this everyday for the fast track to love and happiness. Believe in love, it does exist :)!

May 3, 2017  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments  |  Share

Would You Rather….

A client recently shared, “This journey is a long one.”  I could feel the heaviness in the statement and the truth it held for her. I immediately felt compassion because Lord knows I used to feel that way A LOT.

Especially when one thing after another knocks you down or takes you by surprise – it can feel like a tsunami of struggle and hardship.  It can make you feel frustrated, sad and hopeless. Leaving you to wonder when will things ever change, feeling like life is out of your control.

Ever happen to you?

Years ago, while in one such tumble of turmoil, I was blessed with a light bulb moment. Now, no matter what perceived hardship is going on in my life I thankfully know what to do to flip it around.

And the thing is, it’s such a simple tool and brings results in a split second.  My clients are all over it because it works, so I want to give it to you too. If you use it, it has the power to change your world.

Learn the secret to flipping struggle into ease by clicking here…

April 26, 2017  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments  |  Share

Music and your Mind

Imagine you’re cruising down the highway in a sexy red convertible with the top down and Cyndi Lauper’s Girls Just Wanna Have Fun busts thru the radio. You crank it up and start singing at the top of your lungs – giving it all you’ve got – feeling young and carefree! No matter what was on your mind before, you are now on top of the world! Ahhhh….such freedom!

Music has the ability to impact us in a way no other art form does. It takes you deep and can transport you to a specific time and place in your life and that can either take you up or down depending on the memory associated with the song.

This is the power of music. Did you know that it’s way more than nostalgia – that music does something very specific to our brain?

When we hear music that makes us wanna move and groove our brains release dopamine and we start to feel this natural high. It’s the same process that happens when we are eating our favorite foods or having great sex.

And yet music is so much more than food and sex. It’s one of the most powerful tools for self-expression that we have. Can you think of a time you were listening to a song and you were inspired or moved? Every time I hear the theme song to Rocky I see him climbing those stairs and reaching the top in victory and it evokes a feeling that anything is possible!

What songs create that feeling for you?

We all know that music can take us from sad too sensual too happy. For example, soft jazz can help us wind down after a stressful day at work and some Marvin Gaye can get our hips to sway. But did you know that music has big time physiological benefits?

Music has the power to heal.

In a study out of the University of London, researchers examined patients who were about to undergo surgery and monitored the impact music had on their stress levels. They found that listening to music before, during and after the procedure reduced people’s pain, anxiety and need for sedatives.

Music is also being used to help those inflicted with neurological problems. Those recovering from stroke or traumatic brain injury, for example, are not able to speak when their left-brain region has been damaged. But singing is a function of the right side of the brain, so by learning how to sing the words without the melody those inflicted can ultimately overcome the impairment. This is what former U.S. Representative Gabby Giffords did after a gunshot wound took away her ability to speak.

So why is this important for you?

We all know how music affects our energy levels.  There’s nothing better than when a song comes on that energizes and excites you into a happy blissful state, much like the Cyndi Lauper scenario.

Yet music isn’t only able to impact your mood or emotional state; it can actually influence the way you see the world and interact with others.

Researchers from the University of Groningen found that people who are positive are much more likely to see the positives in their surrounding environment and life. If you play happy music, you’ll tend to feel better, and have a more optimistic outlook.

This is the power of music, it does way more than improve our moods. In fact, research has also shown it can reduce everyday stress, boost memory and creativity, enhance blood vessel function and even give an added boost to your immune system.

So the next time you are looking for something to nourish your mind, put on your favorite song sister because it’s not only feeding your brain, it’s rejuvenating your soul 🙂

Sparkling love,

Sherri

P.S. Speaking of rejuvenating your soul, if you have had a stressful first quarter or just want some time to release, relax and re-center, my Laguna Beach retreat is just the thing to bring you back to you. And did I mention how much FUN you will have? There’s only 1 spot left – is it yours? Click here to learn more!

April 12, 2017  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments  |  Share

How to Let Go and Love More Fully

Letting go is premier to love. If you hang on tight to the things that drive you crazy you’ll never allow love into your mind. There’s no room for it. A mind full of trash gets more trash. And you want love, yes?

Now you might be saying, wait a minute, isn’t love specific to the heart? True that’s where we FEEL love, but it starts with the thoughts we are focusing on in the mind. Our feelings are determined by what we put our attention on – we think something, then we feel.

Think about it– someone says or does something that is unkind, disrespectful or even crosses a boundary – and you think wait a minute, what did I do to deserve that? What happens next? Most of us put our attention on what was said or done, attach a meaning to it, take it personally and then feel upset.  Totally taking it personally  our body starts to fill up with anger and injustice and maybe some hurt or frustration. Maybe you say some unkind things in return and get even more riled up.

Can you think of a time that happened to you?

I know I sure can. My article on forgiveness a couple weeks ago where I mentioned the fight I got into with my sister is a prime example of this.

The thing is while our mind is busy taking things personally our heart is shutting down and we are waaaay far away from the love we desire.

Click here to learn how to LET GO and love more freely!

April 6, 2017  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments  |  Share

7 Steps to Forgiveness

“If we really want to love, we must learn how to forgive.”

                              ~ Mother Theresa

Wow – powerful quote…and sometimes easier said than done, right?

Is there anyone you’re holding a grudge against and having difficulty letting it go?

I get it -I’ve been there. Several years ago my sister and I got into a massive fight just minutes before interviewing my lead expert for a summit I was hosting. She said some horrible and hurtful things that shook me to my core.

I was stunned and shocked thinking, “Are you kidding me? You know I’m about to do one of the most important interviews of my life and you’re choosing NOW to bring all this up?” I was trembling with anger and hurt as I put on my lipstick and told myself to push it aside and pull it together!

In all honesty it wasn’t my best interview; I was totally off balance with my entire nervous system shaken and my mind numb but I managed to push it aside and make it through with the grace of God.

It was afterwards that I wasn’t able to push it aside. I told the rest of my family and all my friends every little detail of what had happened, playing my victim role to the hilt and spiraling down into a vortex of blame, judgment, and self-pity. Ugghh, not something I’m proud of today but I felt justified at the time.

Ever happen to you? Ever fall into the rabbit hole of righteousness and claim the “I’ve been wronged” role with a vengeance?”

Although it’s easy to do, it sure doesn’t make you feel very good does it?

After a few weeks of sleepless nights, lack of focus and an upset stomach this situation was taking its toll on me. I clung to the belief my sister should apologize, but that apology never came.

I was tired of feeling so ugly inside and knew I had a choice – I could stay stuck in my story and all twisted up inside OR I could empower myself to shift out of it by healing the hurt.

The idea of forgiveness started to surface but to be honest I didn’t want to forgive her, even though I wanted to feel better.

Have you ever been there? Eeeesh it’s quite a quandry, isn’t it?

Ever wonder why forgiveness is such a tough thing to do especially when we most likely know that forgiveness puts us on the road to more love and freedom. 

Primarily, it’s because many of us equate forgiveness with allowing or letting someone off the hook for wrongdoing. We think that by forgiving someone, we’re saying that what they did was okay.

Forgiveness can look like we’re condoning the other person’s behavior along with the hurt and pain they’ve caused us. It’s easy to get fooled with the thought, “Hey if I forgive him/her for hurting me I’ll just be setting myself up for more of the same.

The truth is when you hold resentment toward another you are binding yourself to that person or condition with an emotional link that is stronger than steel. Your freedom rests on dissolving that link and the only way to do that is with forgiveness.

So, in actuality, when we are able to forgive, we release ourselves from the bondage of the anger, hurt, resentment and possibly deep-seated pain we carry inside. Those feelings can keep us stuck and unable to move forward in our lives. For instance, if a past relationship caused you tremendous pain, you may be unconsciously sabotaging potential new relationships because you’re emotionally unavailable as you try to protect yourself. By not being able to release and let go of what happened in the past, you keep yourself closed off from the love, joy and happiness you most desire.

How can you move on without believing you’re condoning what’s happened in the past? Well, first, when you forgive someone, it doesn’t mean you have to continue to have a relationship with them. In fact, you never have to speak to them again-ever! It also doesn’t mean that when you say the words, “I forgive,” all is erased as if it never happened.

What is important to do, however, is to see the hurt you’ve experienced in a new light. It means connecting to and expanding that part of you that has never been hurt or harmed and can never be anything less than all-that-is. It means taking your past hurt to a new place…maybe even seeing the light AND the flaws in those that have “done you wrong,” with a measure of compassion for them.

I opened to this experience a few weeks into feeling so badly. It was Easter Sunday when I was sitting in church and asked God to lift this hurt from my heart and voila! I was instantly given a vision of my sister – she looked like an angel – and my journey of forgiveness began as I was reminded she is really a luminous light being. Within a few months I reached a place of peace and compassion.

Forgiveness gave me a new perspective that allowed me to see my part in this terrible tangle – and yes I did have an equal part in it. One of the biggest insights I had was that I could have chosen not to engage – that would have ended things before they got out of hand.

Although I don’t wish for anyone what I went through, I wish for everyone what I learned and gained from this experience.

The process of forgiveness is simple, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy or quick. And it does not mean you ever allow this to happen to you again. To be able to truly move on, it can be extremely helpful to follow one of the processes I used to arrive at a place of forgiveness.

There are seven steps to follow to get there:

  1. Look at the hurt you have not been able to forgive up to now.
  1. Identify and allow yourself to feel your feelings about that hurt. Is there anger or resentment there? Is there fear, shame, guilt, embarrassment, or some other feeling connected to your hurt?
  1. Imagine how your life could be if you released this hurt and all the feelings related to it. Visualize the joy, excitement and happiness you will experience.
  1. Now here’s the biggest step! Declare that you are ready to let the hurt go. Yes, make a declaration. “I, _____, am ready to release this hurt and the feelings I have experienced along with it!”
  1. Do it! Release it! Let it go! Forgive the person, including yourself, for what you went through. You can do this quietly to yourself, with a trusted friend or coach or by expressing it directly to the individual you want to release.
  1. Feel the freedom and exhilaration of all that is now possible in your life. Know that anything and everything is possible. Feel it. Believe it.
  1. Go for it! Take the first steps into the love and freedom you now have to create new or renewed relationships built on trust and mutual respect.

The result of forgiveness is the ability to feel safe opening and receiving as well as feeling incredibly peaceful, out of which flows natural feelings of affection and love towards yourself and others. And from that new place of expansion come peace, abundance, balance and a GREAT life. So, go for the good life. You deserve it!

As far as me and my sister…we’ve rebuilt our relationship and it feels darn good!!!

March 21, 2017  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments  |  Share

The 3 Bali Principles for Happiness

While being in Bali the last few weeks I’ve learned something significant I want to share with you because it will make a huge difference in your life.

It’ s the secret to your personal well-being and overall happiness.

It’s the key to living a life full of love instead of sadness, frustration and disappointment.

Can you imagine living in consistent peace and joy? Wouldn’t you love it?? Seriously how amazing would that be? I’m talking every moment of every day, not just sometimes. Think about what a light you would be for others and how much more productive you would be if you were able to hold this state. Wow. It would be beyond awesome, right?

Well the people of Bali seem to have mastered this with ease and grace. They are beaming with peace and love and it’s genuine-it’s radiating from their eyes. Just being in their presence and energy makes you feel good. I thought wow I want to know what brings them this joy- what do they do to reach this enviable place of being all the time. To read more about the 3 Bali Principles for Happiness click here….

March 1, 2017  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments  |  Share

Are you practicing self-love on a daily basis?

One of the aspects of my spiritual pilgrimage to Bali is to take the time to be self-honoring…to rejuvenate, refresh and fill up with God’s love to feel balanced and whole. I have been unplugged from technology for almost a week now-having deep rich conversations, taking long walks, doing yoga and body work and meditating – allowing my mind body and soul to reflect and relax. Many of the women on this trip sharing with me how rare it is for them to do something like this for themselves-my thoughts turn to you with these conversations.

This is not something most women feel comfortable doing or do on a consistent basis for themselves-instead they make sure everyone else is taken care of and happy. Right?

While it’s great to be service oriented, it’s also extremely important to serve yourself and your needs as well so that you can authentically show up as your best self for others. AND super key point to understand- in order to have that awesome deeply connected loving relationship you desire you have to be in a great loving relationship with yourself first!!

So today I want to give you several ideas on how to sprinkle some love on yourself:))

Self-love forms the basis of your single, most important relationship – that with yourself. The strength of all your other relationships is exactly equal to the strength of that groundwork. To love yourself is the prerequisite to healthy self-esteem and deeply connected relationships.

It is to be willing to receive as much as you are willing to give and do both equally. Self-love is about knowing your value, setting your boundaries, and honoring yourself. It is about teaching others how to treat you by demonstration of self-love. It is about being kind to yourself. It is about looking after your mind, your body and your spirit; all three. It is about knowing you are worth it, not because of what you have achieved or what you do for others, but because love is your birthright no matter what.

Important question for you:  are you practicing self-love on a daily basis to honor your most magnificent Self?

Follow these 7 steps to fall head over heels in love with YOU:

1) Accept yourself — no matter what.

Self-love must come from a place of acceptance and appreciation. Regardless of your race, color, height, weight or gender, just accept the facts. You cannot change these things. If you don’t accept them you will cripple yourself—let go of what you cannot change and choose to celebrate instead.

2)  Find evidence that supports how wonderful you are!

Every day you are going to be faced with situations that challenge your state of being, but when you understand that your heart inherently holds the blueprint for love, joy and happiness and all you have to do is tune in you’ll discover you’re not so burdened when things go awry. And ultimately, when you fall in love with YOU, the world will too!

3) Write yourself a love letter.

Commit it to paper and really gush! You are digging for your diamonds here so get out your pick, put on your mining hard hat and start excavating. If this is hard for you or you draw a blank, ask a good friend or family member to help you discover your dazzle.

4) Speak your truthat all times, no matter what.

Express yourself with honesty and integrity. Even if you think the conversation will be hard, speaker your truth and come from love. This honors who you are as well as the recipient.

5) Practice self-care.
Listen to your body and take care of your needs! Eat when you’re hungry, sleep when you’re tired, get a massage, indulge in a mani/pedi, exercise, and kick any destructive habits/addictions like alcohol, drugs, and food abuse. You may need a village to help you and that’s okay. Don’t be afraid to reach out—you are worth it! There is plenty of support waiting to help you shine.

6 ) Combat the critics.

Ah yes, the stealth committee of your mind—always at your service to run you over the coals. When they show up en-force simply say, “Thank you for sharing, but no thanks! I choose to live with brilliance not bullying.”

7) Celebrate your accomplishments!!

Go ahead, toot your own horn! Toast your accomplishments with a friend or your partner over drinks. Buy yourself flowers, treat yourself to a massage – do something to make a big deal of what you’ve done. I just had this conversation with a client of mine – when you minimize your winnings that’s sending a message that you aren’t grateful for these gifts. It’s also not very loving to yourself – you’ve worked hard so take time to high five yourself instead of being the tyrannical task master!

Follow these tips, learn to love yourself and you’ll appreciate the greatest love of all. Plus, watch as the world responds in wonderful, dreamy ways! xo

February 22, 2017  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments  |  Share

How to Avoid Sabotaging Yourself in 2017

What would you love in 2017?

You are at a perfect point to plan and prepare for the best year you’ve ever had – SO exciting! 

It starts with taking a stand for the life you desire and knowing that…

“Your history does not determine your destiny.”

Loooove that quote!! 

That means leading yourself in an empowered way.

But how do you do that when you’re not sure what that means or how to do it?

Ironically it’s not just about how you lead yourself. Did you know the power of the other is always at work in your life? 

It’s been widely suggested not to let others have power over us – but they do.  

According to acclaimed leadership expert, psychologist and NY Times best-selling author Dr. Henry Cloud the power of the other can effect you from the boardroom to the bedroom…and beyond! 

So what do you do about it so you can have a fantastic 2017?

Listen to my interview with Dr. Cloud and discover:

  • How you can create relationships that support your growth and inspire you to be all that you can be
  • How to disconnect from the power of the other that seems to sabotage or put a kabash on your dreams

Click here to listen to Dr. Cloud….

Here’s to surrounding yourself with the right people for your BEST year yet!!!

February 22, 2017  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments  |  Share