NEWSLETTERS

The Worst Imaginable Thing

I was listening to Bob Iger’s book “The Ride of A Lifetime” in my car while I was on vacation recently. The opening was so intense and riveting; I was 30 minutes late to my doctor’s appointment because I lost track of time. Several years back, one of the worst imaginable tragedies that ever happened…

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Mary Reynolds

Ever think watching a movie about a landscape designer would help you have a huge breakthrough around your boundaries?  Well, that movie exists and I’ve got to tell you about “Dare To Be Wild,” which I found on Netflix a few years ago.  It’s a TRUE story about the life of a woman named Mary…

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Hallmark nightmare

Let’s pretend this is a story about “Anna.” Anna is your quintessential plucky Hallmark main character. She has a bakery and wants it to be the best bakery in town.  So she hires a marketing agency who assigns her an “expert” who happens to be a hot guy with a dumb temper and even dumber…

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the whole cake

It’s my birthday this week and I’m taking the week off to spend some time with friends and family. But more than anything, I want to say I’m grateful to celebrate with you and have you in my community.  2021 has been an impactful year of growing my own capacity, and I’ve learned a few…

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fatal attraction

A few weeks ago, I was hired to teach a capacity workshop at a business mastermind for some successful business owners. They wanted to know the capacity most responsible for business success.  I picked Embodiment Capacity™, your ability to assuredly navigate new challenges that come at every level of your growth.  The direct messages I…

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say no to $33 million

Even though I went to a big football college (Notre Dame, I’m not the HUGEST of sports fans), I never thought I’d be writing you about a football player. But it was one of the most thought-provoking and inspiring examples of boss-level Money Capacity™ I’ve seen in a while, so I HAD to tell you…

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cute puppies alert!

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 Sadie on the…

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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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