Part One of a Series of Discussions Last week I began a topic on my weekly Clubhouse room called "Are You Hindering Your Success with Self Sabotage? ". My Co-Moderator, Andrala Walker, CEO of Envision Career Success and I realized within the first 20 minutes of our discussion that the potential audience members may actually … Continue reading ©Ten Behaviors of a Self-Saboteur!
This morning as I was walking on the beach I realized that no matter what time of day, year or what the weather is like, the ocean continues to do exactly as she was created. The waves roll in towards the shore as far as she desires and back out to sea, consistently day or … Continue reading The 8 Week “Becoming Challenge”
In the midst of the country's pandemic, parents everywhere are affected by the closings of our schools. For many who are accustomed to sending their little beauties off to be taught by teachers for an 8 hour day, now find themselves Principal, kitchen staff, teacher and coach. Be not dismayed parents, help is on the … Continue reading Surviving Quarantine With Your Kids!
By now the average person has made a decision to commit to a set of goals, resolutions or strategic steps which they feel will give them the best leverage to achieving success. Vision Boards encourage participants to cut and paste a visual representation of who they want to become, what they want to attain or … Continue reading 7 Steps to Help Achieve Your Vision Board Goals
If there is one thing, I know plenty about, it's the aftermath of losing a job. It doesn't matter whether you were fired, laid off or just go so fed up with the environment that you quit. The result is still the same in the mindset of most, failure. Sometimes failure is not what has resulted but rather an opportunity. It all depends on what your thoughts are around the circumstances. I've been laid off three times and fired once. Everyone won't respond the same way, but I recall feelings of hurt, disappointment, frustration, humiliation, distrust, anger, sadness, joy, hope and even excitement. The key is to never allow the … Continue reading 10 Things to Maintain Your Sanity After Losing a Job!
I made a public affirmation June 18, 2018 that I would lose 40 lbs by my 48th birthday which was some 128 days away. I was driven to make the commitment publicly so that I would have a level of accountability. So I did what many people before me have done and I posted on … Continue reading My Failure with the Keto-Zone Diet!
Several months ago I purchased a Rubik Cube for my twelve-year-old. I could recall how time-consuming it was for me as a child to figure out how to solve one side than months later two sides before ultimately only getting as high as three sides without a solution. We would practice on the bus, at … Continue reading Revolutions of Modern Technology
On June 18, 2018 I made a conscious decision to change my eating habits as a lifestyle. For the past 20 years or so, I've struggled to maintain a weight loss in excess of 15 lbs. After giving natural birth to four beautiful children the baby weight never seemed to detach itself from my waistline. … Continue reading My Intro to the Keto Zone!
There's nothing more frustrating to me then to plan my day or week in advance and by Sunday I'm looking at a calendar with unchecked, unresolved, incomplete tasks. The reality however is that we can plan for events and check points but we can never plan for life, emotions and outside influences. It is in … Continue reading Try these five things to get back on track!
If you've ever been pregnant than you know what it's like to have a projected due date and what the anticipation is like for your newest arrival. Maybe family and friends have celebrated your unborn with surprise baby showers, gender reveal parties, or intimate family moments with just dad and the grandparents. You've decorated the … Continue reading Pregnant for Ten Years