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I'm celebrating high achieving women with powerful interviews. These ladies have the guts and courage to make changes in their life and they're sharing how they did it!

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A story of courage, hope, and resilience!

Over the past few months, I have been sharing more about the power of The Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought, which is the basis for my coaching practice. This coaching philosophy not only positively changes lives, it helps people understand how to really live life. I have also mentioned that super coach Michael Neill, whose coaching practice is also based on the Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought, has a new book out called, "The Inside Out Revolution: The Only Thing Need to Know to Change Your Life." I just finished reading Michael's book and I wanted to share a short passage of it with you. Michael says, "Since stumbling across this revolutionary new understandingin my own life (the Three Principles), I've introduced it to thousands of people around the world and personally coached hundreds to shift their foundations, learn how to thrive, and live from the inside out. My clients and students have made positive and sometimes dramatic changes in t...

36 MIN2013 MAY 16
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A story of courage, hope, and resilience!

The cost of over-thinking

In the past few weeks, I have received so many thoughtful, insightful emails from you about how your over-thinking has become a barrier in your life. When we over-think, we pay a price. We miss out on: • Trusting ourselves • Being present and in the moment • Having deeper connections with others • The richness of life In fact, when I did a Google image search, I was amazed at the number of available quotes and images about the implications of over-thinking: You might be saying, "Yeah. Yeah. I get it. So what's next? What can I do about it?" Today, I am featuring an interview with my own coach and mentor, Barb Patterson, on this subject specifically...just for you. In this interview with Barb, you will hear: • Why a CEO of an investment firm doesn't think about the many companies he or she owns • How Barb over-thought a situation to try to control the outcome • How our moments of brilliance never come from over-thinking • What's on offer to us when we have a quiet mind. To he...

36 MIN2013 APR 25
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The cost of over-thinking

Turning your passion into a business

My daughters have learned to knit at school (I certainly didn't teach them. I can hardly sew on a button)...and they love it. We have balls of yarn and knitting needles all over our house. The girls knit in the car, while snuggled up on their beds or on the couch; they knit with their friends and during story time at school. They have knit scarves for my sister, blankets for their dolls, bookmarks (who knew?), coasters for our coffee cups (again, who knew?), and more long, snake-like creations than I care to count. To knit means to make (a garment, fabric, etc.) by interlocking loops of one or more yarns either by hand with knitting needles or by machine (thank you, Dictionary.com). It also means to become closely and firmly joined together; to grow together. Knitting knits people together... ...which is what our Woman of the Week realized as well - and turned it into a business. Amanda Hofman graduated from the prestigous Barnard College with a degree in economics, but after a few ...

22 MIN2013 JAN 10
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Turning your passion into a business

Slowing down the spinning fan

When my ceiling fan spins this fast, it wobbles a little bit and that dangling, metal pull-string whips around and makes a clicking sound...it's actually a bit frenetic. Now imagine that I turn the fan off...and it spins slower and slower until it stops. The wobbling, whipping and clicking goes away. The fan is still. It's peaceful. How often do the thoughts in your mind feel like the spinning, wobbling, clicking, whipping ceiling fan? When your mind is in that state, does it sound something like this: "I have to get this done or else...I might lose a client, I might miss this opportunity, I might not get that promotion, I might be judged as a bad mom, my kids might not get onto the 'right' team or into the 'right' school, I might be judged as not being able to do it all..." Read that again, but faster. Now pile on your TO DO list, the rest of your mental chatter, and the expectations you put on yourself. It's frenetic and stressful, isn't it? It certainly is for me...but that's not...

57 MIN2013 JAN 3
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Slowing down the spinning fan

Be The Light

I want to introduce you to our Woman of the Week, Larkin McPhee. Larkin has made award-winning documentary films for twenty years, examining subjects ranging from the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl to the high-minded ideas emanating from the intellectual stronghold, the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. Larkin has traveled the world, filming on five continents for various film projects. She has also produced two of the most successful shows in the history of PBS pledge drives on the subject of personal finance, featuring Suze Orman. But what Larkin is perhaps best known for is her intimate, sensitive portrayals of people in critically acclaimed films such as Depression: Out of the Shadows, a primetime PBS special on the illness of depression and Dying To Be Thin, a NOVA special on eating disorders. These were not subjects Larkin had set out to tackle...they found her instead...and she paid attention. As easy as it would have been to turn away from these people wh...

38 MIN2012 DEC 21
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Be The Light
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Latest Episodes

A story of courage, hope, and resilience!

Over the past few months, I have been sharing more about the power of The Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought, which is the basis for my coaching practice. This coaching philosophy not only positively changes lives, it helps people understand how to really live life. I have also mentioned that super coach Michael Neill, whose coaching practice is also based on the Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought, has a new book out called, "The Inside Out Revolution: The Only Thing Need to Know to Change Your Life." I just finished reading Michael's book and I wanted to share a short passage of it with you. Michael says, "Since stumbling across this revolutionary new understandingin my own life (the Three Principles), I've introduced it to thousands of people around the world and personally coached hundreds to shift their foundations, learn how to thrive, and live from the inside out. My clients and students have made positive and sometimes dramatic changes in t...

36 MIN2013 MAY 16
Comments
A story of courage, hope, and resilience!

The cost of over-thinking

In the past few weeks, I have received so many thoughtful, insightful emails from you about how your over-thinking has become a barrier in your life. When we over-think, we pay a price. We miss out on: • Trusting ourselves • Being present and in the moment • Having deeper connections with others • The richness of life In fact, when I did a Google image search, I was amazed at the number of available quotes and images about the implications of over-thinking: You might be saying, "Yeah. Yeah. I get it. So what's next? What can I do about it?" Today, I am featuring an interview with my own coach and mentor, Barb Patterson, on this subject specifically...just for you. In this interview with Barb, you will hear: • Why a CEO of an investment firm doesn't think about the many companies he or she owns • How Barb over-thought a situation to try to control the outcome • How our moments of brilliance never come from over-thinking • What's on offer to us when we have a quiet mind. To he...

36 MIN2013 APR 25
Comments
The cost of over-thinking

Turning your passion into a business

My daughters have learned to knit at school (I certainly didn't teach them. I can hardly sew on a button)...and they love it. We have balls of yarn and knitting needles all over our house. The girls knit in the car, while snuggled up on their beds or on the couch; they knit with their friends and during story time at school. They have knit scarves for my sister, blankets for their dolls, bookmarks (who knew?), coasters for our coffee cups (again, who knew?), and more long, snake-like creations than I care to count. To knit means to make (a garment, fabric, etc.) by interlocking loops of one or more yarns either by hand with knitting needles or by machine (thank you, Dictionary.com). It also means to become closely and firmly joined together; to grow together. Knitting knits people together... ...which is what our Woman of the Week realized as well - and turned it into a business. Amanda Hofman graduated from the prestigous Barnard College with a degree in economics, but after a few ...

22 MIN2013 JAN 10
Comments
Turning your passion into a business

Slowing down the spinning fan

When my ceiling fan spins this fast, it wobbles a little bit and that dangling, metal pull-string whips around and makes a clicking sound...it's actually a bit frenetic. Now imagine that I turn the fan off...and it spins slower and slower until it stops. The wobbling, whipping and clicking goes away. The fan is still. It's peaceful. How often do the thoughts in your mind feel like the spinning, wobbling, clicking, whipping ceiling fan? When your mind is in that state, does it sound something like this: "I have to get this done or else...I might lose a client, I might miss this opportunity, I might not get that promotion, I might be judged as a bad mom, my kids might not get onto the 'right' team or into the 'right' school, I might be judged as not being able to do it all..." Read that again, but faster. Now pile on your TO DO list, the rest of your mental chatter, and the expectations you put on yourself. It's frenetic and stressful, isn't it? It certainly is for me...but that's not...

57 MIN2013 JAN 3
Comments
Slowing down the spinning fan

Be The Light

I want to introduce you to our Woman of the Week, Larkin McPhee. Larkin has made award-winning documentary films for twenty years, examining subjects ranging from the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl to the high-minded ideas emanating from the intellectual stronghold, the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. Larkin has traveled the world, filming on five continents for various film projects. She has also produced two of the most successful shows in the history of PBS pledge drives on the subject of personal finance, featuring Suze Orman. But what Larkin is perhaps best known for is her intimate, sensitive portrayals of people in critically acclaimed films such as Depression: Out of the Shadows, a primetime PBS special on the illness of depression and Dying To Be Thin, a NOVA special on eating disorders. These were not subjects Larkin had set out to tackle...they found her instead...and she paid attention. As easy as it would have been to turn away from these people wh...

38 MIN2012 DEC 21
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Be The Light
the END