NEWSLETTERS

cute puppies alert!

Hey [First Name], Six years ago, my long-time dog, Lucy, passed away. I was so devastated that it took me a while to be “ready” to adopt another dog. Two years ago, I adopted new dogs, Luna and Sadie, from my local shelter. I only planned to adopt one dog, but when I saw Luna and…

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no one understands me

My best friend admitted to me many years ago: “I feel like no one understands me,” whenever we got into a deep conversation. During our time as friends, I saw him in three long-term relationships. When he was dating, he still says the same thing. I thought this was a curious thing. He surrounded himself…

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Work Kills?

A friend of mine was sharing a story with me recently about a peer of hers who had a successful launch. But there was waaay more to this story than meets the eye.  We’ll call her friend who launched “Alice.” Alice did all the things to launch, and it was true blood, sweat, and tears. …

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I got into Forbes . . .

Last year, just a few short months into pandemic lockdown, I received some amazing news: I was going to be featured in Forbes! This feature was a huge win for me for a few reasons. One, I’m passionate about helping people get over their fear of visibility through Capacity Work™. Two, I’ve dreamt of being…

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are you Walmart?

Tough love ahead. If I were to ask you if you wanted to be the “Walmart” of your industry, what would you say? 100% of my clients would say, “hell no!”  That’s what my client Marla said when I asked everyone this question on the bi-weekly Capacity Shift™ group call. She’d joined the program because…

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psycho nanny

I watched an absolutely terrible thriller on Netflix a few weeks ago. The kind so bad you can’t pull your eyes away from it. It’s about a famous author starting work on her third book who hires a nanny to help with the kids. At first, the nanny seems heaven-sent, really great at her job… …

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chumbawamba

Almost a decade ago, I met “Hannah.” Our businesses were at about the same amount of revenue, and we connected over this. She was in the middle of creating a new product and I had a feeling it was going to be a huge hit. And ohhhh boy was I right. When Hannah opened the…

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fluffy dog fight

There’s a corner in my office I love. It gets beautiful light in the morning and I even bought a beautiful chair so I can sit there and look out into my back garden while I drink my tea. There’s just one “problem”… Every time I go to sit on it, this ^^ is what…

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doom spiraling

Several years ago, I noticed my brain doing this really weird thing in the middle of the night. It happened so often, I gave it a nickname: “doom spiraling.” Here’s how it usually went: I’d wake up between the hours of 2 – 4 am and have a feeling of dread in my body. My…

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clean before cleaning?

Growing up in Panamá, both my parents worked, so they required some help in the housekeeping department while juggling careers, three children and a country under the constant turmoil of a dictatorship. While we all pitched in to keep the surface level of the house clean, once a week a housekeeping crew did a deeper…

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