August 27, 2018

Getting Feedback: Step 4 of the Process to Making Changes that Stick

You’ve decided. You’re making a change. This time, things are going to be different. You’ve researched your plan. You know what you’re going to do. You start. You take action. (because you’re serious this time) But then… You start to have doubts. You think “Am I doing this right?” You feel kind of lonely. You don’t have anyone who can relate to what you’re going through. But, you don’t know who to ask. You don’t […]
July 9, 2018

The REAL Reasons Why You’re Afraid Of What Other People Think (And How To Break Free Of Them For Good)

Tell me something, do you feel free in your life? I mean free to be who you are, go after what you want, and live the life you love? If you didn’t immediately say YES, believe me, you’re not alone. So many of women I talk to tell me that they feel trapped. Stuck. Chained to a life that they’re not sure is theirs. And yet so many times, those prisons are of our own […]
July 5, 2018

4 Ways That A Creative Mindset Can Save Your Community (And Pave The Way To A Brighter Future)

In my hometown of Oakes, North Dakota, I have the distinct privilege of being the president of our Chamber of Commerce. (for this year anyway) And lately, one of the big topics on our agenda is the future of our little town. Small towns differ from big cities in a lot of obvious ways, but one of the less obvious ones is how we in smaller communities perceive the road ahead. In the big city, […]
July 2, 2018

How Creativity Builds A Happy Home: 4 Ways To Foster Your Closest Relationships With Creative Power

Recently, we talked about how creativity is the lifeblood of business and work. But there’s yet another space when opening up your mind, entertaining new possibilities, and working with others is paramount. We’re talking about creativity in your personal space, and using it to foster your closest relationships right in your very own home. Now, I think about creativity in relationships and the home a lot because I’m a mom. It might sound I’m implying […]