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How to Find Clarity When You’re Confused About What to Do

February 6, 2014

“Nobody can give you wiser advice than yourself.” ~Cicero  You know that state of confusion where you feel really unsure about what to do—you’re talking about it with all of your friends, making lists, weighing options, lying awake all night? As truly confused and unsure as you may feel in those moments, you’re not. You […]

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Want to Try a Life-Changing Experiment?

January 30, 2014

What if nothing in the outside, physical world had a significant impact on how you feel on a daily basis? Can you imagine? If you knew for certain that nothing in the external world—not partners, jobs, kids, houses, money, how you look, what you say, think, or do with your time—had a significant impact on […]

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That Thing your Mom Always Said about You? It wasn’t Actually about You.

January 23, 2014

I recently spoke with a woman who was holding herself back because she was afraid that if she was too successful, she would make others uncomfortable. It was the old “Who do you think you are?” mentality—who did she think she was to do big things in life? Those weren’t her thoughts or her questions. […]

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Bouncing Back to the Surface: In Parenting, Relationships, & Career

January 22, 2014

Bev Aron and I recently taught a free class called Bouncing Back to the Surface: How to Live with Ease by Doing Nothing. On that call, we talked about the wisdom in the human design that bounces us back to our peaceful, default place with no effort required on our part. It was about how […]

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The Nature of Being Human

January 22, 2014

**This week’s article is a portion of my new book, Being Human, which was featured on Maria Shriver’s website this week.** I was relaxing in my living room in Michigan on a humid afternoon in the summer of 2012, laptop on lap, ear buds in ears, listening to a talk from the 2011 Innate Health […]

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FREE Call — Bouncing Back to the Surface: How to Experience Ease by Doing Nothing

January 15, 2014

“If the only thing people learned was not to be afraid of their experience, that alone would change the world.” –Sydney Banks   There is so much less to do in life than you might think. Have you noticed how sometimes, when you’re not trying or doing anything in particular, you find yourself bounced back […]

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If I’m so Resourceful, Why Can’t I Figure out How to Feel Better?

January 9, 2014

The people I work with are smarter than your average bear. They are resourceful, bright, successful people.  The other day, a man I find especially bright and resourceful (if I had a question about anything I’d ask this guy, knowing he could find the answer in a flash), told me he was looking for a […]

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Yearlong Private Coaching Program

January 2, 2014

People hire me because they want something. Sometimes it’s something out in the world, like a career you love, relationships with less drama, or a way to not take things so personally. And sometimes it’s internal and less tangible, like peace of mind, a richer experience of life, or a way to stop trying to […]

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Peacefully, Gracefully Annoyed

December 19, 2013

I realize I sound a bit crazy when I talk about having bad days that aren’t so bad (as I do here. And here).  It is so comfortable and…different…to not fear what you feel. To really get that whatever is going on for you is human, perfectly okay, not the least bit meaningful, and on […]

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Leaving Yourself Behind

December 12, 2013

Life is full of surprises when you show up somewhere and leave yourself behind. I used to believe that I didn’t enjoy walking outside in the winter. I thought it was miserable, actually. I go for outdoor walks nearly every day from April through November. But come December, I’d pack my walking shoes away until […]

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