Event Calendar:

  • November 2019
    M T W T F S S
     123
    45678910
    11121314151617
    18192021222324
    252627282930 
  • Upcoming Events:

    • No events.
  • Tag Archives: Personal Development

    ← Older posts Newer posts →

    When Forrest Gump, The Canucks & The Secret Intersected

    In 2007 I was well on my way down the path of personal development. I had spent a year studying with Bob Proctor in his Coaching/Consulting course, discovered the 5 years in my dark, ground level apartment did have a purpose, came to the realization that I hated my job and wanted out, AND had […]

    Continue reading...

    Jealousy = Inverted Desire

    I used to judge my jealousy. I’d look around at my friends, colleagues, clients, family etc. and  compare myself to them. Quickly following my comparison would come jealousy & right behind that would follow judgement. Judgement of myself and judgement of them. I’d be jealous of what I perceived them to have that I didn’t. […]

    Continue reading...

    Presenting Presentations

    We just wrapped another awesome Coach’s Corner where today’s topic was: Presentations & Public Speaking
    I co-presented with Felicia Lee (@coachfelicialee) & Christine Pilkington (@chrispilkington) and we only had an hour but we rocked the house talking about everything from purpose and passion to credibility and structure.  The room was full of inspiring entrepreneurs, not to […]

    Continue reading...

    Where’s your safe place?

    Last night we had a get together of fabulous women involving 3 important themes: goals, wine and food – now how much better does it get?
    Check out Amanda Seller’s awesome blog ‘Tomboy that Wears Makeup’ for her recap of the event with some super duper photos that captured some of the fun.
    Not unlike many gatherings […]

    Continue reading...

    Goal Setting – Mandatory

    This one’s for Amelia….
    Not setting goals is like leaving for a three day road trip with no map.  Goals set you up for success because they allow you to plot the course and measure your progress as you move forward.  By having goals you are more likely to spot opportunities that may have otherwise passed […]

    Continue reading...

    Are you leaking?

    When I see people pick unnecessary fights, it tells me something important about them:
    Their life is not big enough (they are not living their potential).
    As many of my readers know, I have another passion besides business (I know, it’s shocking) and that is quantum physics. I got interested in the concept in my early 20’s […]

    Continue reading...

    Blessing In Disguise?

    It finally happened…..3 years in to my MacBook and over the weekend the battery (or at least what I thought was the battery) died. Couldn’t get the thing to turn on. At first, I was simply grateful that I had indeed stuck to my plan of finishing off all my loose ends on Friday before […]

    Continue reading...

    The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

    Wow, what an amazing book! I have an obsession with personal development literature and my goal of reading a book per week for the remainder of my living years is not hard to live up to with books like this. By using a fictional story to present the concepts of purpose and […]

    Continue reading...

    Collaboration is the Key

    I was recently interviewed for an upcoming article about female entrepreneurship, here’s one of their stellar questions and my response. I’d love to use this as a starting off point for a much needed conversation. Add your thoughts and comments please!
    What is the best way for women to support each other?
    My response:
    Stop competing and start […]

    Continue reading...

    Celebrate good times – come on!

    The city of Vancouver is electric right now as we host the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. And despite all kinds of talk over the past year about what a disruption the games would be, how much money they would cost us etc. I don’t think anyone can deny how incredible this is. Call me naive, […]

    Continue reading...

    ← Older posts Newer posts →