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September 21, 2017

Feeding Your Ego or Feeding Your Soul

The struggle is real. With an already-overflowing plate, it sometimes feels like we are continually inundated with opportunities to attend events. Some are purely social, some could be considered “business-y”, and some seem downright obligatory. We can always come up with a reason to attend something, whether it’s due to our commitment to the program, belief in the cause, or the crowd that’s likely to be there. I’ve noticed a trend at many of these events and […]
August 3, 2017

How to Become More Creative (And Why You Should Even Care)

I recently had a session with one of my “woo-woo” friends to discuss some of the blocks I felt like I was experiencing in my life and my business. (It’s OK. I can call her that. She knows I call her that.) At one point in the session she asked me, “What are you doing to bring play into your world?” I was a bit taken aback. For me, “play” always kind of had this […]
June 29, 2017

Why I Like Commissioned Salespeople

Last week, my husband, Jeremiah, and I embarked on what, at least to me and frankly, most of the people I know, is one of the ickiest buying processes a person can engage in. We went car shopping. Ish. First, there’s the fact that I genuinely liked my old car. I had been driving a 2011 Buick Enclave. (I know…I’m not even 40 yet and I’m crushing on a Buick.) She recently rolled over 100,000 […]
June 8, 2017

The One Thing We Keep Missing About Millennials

“Kids these days.” “None of them have any work ethic.” “I’m worried for our future.” Have you ever heard any of these phrases uttered about the youngest generation, typically referred to as Millennials? Have you maybe even uttered them aloud yourself? I’m pretty sure I just said something in a similar vein to a friend I was visiting with at the pool last weekend. Shame on me. It’s easy to point out what the up and […]