Your Most Valuable Asset

What Is Your Most Valuable Asset? This is a question I frequently pose to my clients and when I do, I get a variety of responses such as my wedding rings, my home, my family, my financial portfolio, my dog (or cat), and everything in between (including some that are...

The Emerging Feminine Leadership Paradigm

*NOTE: This article is not an endorsement for or against any political candidate running for President of the United States. This is not about specific politics, platforms or agendas. It is my observation of what the current election represents for the world from a...

Lessons We Can Learn From Kim Kardashian – Part 2

In Part 1, I wrote about lessons we could learn about listening to our intuition, about judgment and criticism, and about regrets around getting married, all from looking at Kim Kardashian’s recent marriage and separation. There’s one more lesson in the article she...

Are You Sitting On the Fence?

I wrote last week’s article about Letting Go after a recent conversation with one of my clients (I’ll call her Stephanie). Stephanie and her boyfriend (I’ll call him Andrew) are both in their mid-40s. They dated in college but lost contact for many years. They ran...

Rebounding After Divorce

Rebound. Dictionary.com defines rebound when used as a verb as: – to bound or spring back from force of impact and – to recover, as from ill health or discouragement. Yep, that pretty much sums up what happens after a divorce. But what about the other kind of rebound...

Liberation Day

I attended a workshop in Phoenix in September where I met a wonderful lady, Ginette King. I’m honored that she’s written today’s article for us. I think many of you will see a lot of similarities in her story. Looking back, it’s tempting to romanticize that day. To...