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Masterminding for Business Growth

Masterminding for Business Growth

A mastermind is a group of like-minded business owners who come together to talk about business growth, brainstorm new ideas and generally support one another professionally and personally. My own mastermind group has been a catalyst for my own growth as an individual and coach, and something that I’m dedicated to continuing indefinitely. I know … Continued

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Practice Common Sense During a Pandemic

Practice Common Sense During a Pandemic

Every time I open Facebook or Instagram, I’m bombarded with updates on Coronavirus and how many people have gotten sick from the virus. It can be panic-inducing, but I’m working hard to stay realistic about what I can do–and focusing on the things I can control. Because, let’s face it, there are so many things … Continued

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How Empty Nesters Can Find Their Purpose

How Empty Nesters Can Find Their Purpose

If you’re in my age bracket (the over-45 crowd), you see the writing on the wall. Your kids are getting older and you know it’s only a matter of time before the kids leave the house. This is an exciting time because you’re not as tied to home as you used to be and often … Continued

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When Business Involves Your Spouse

When Business Involves Your Spouse

Though Jeff maintains a full time job, he’s still a big part of my business. He’s my partner and my rock, my sounding board when I need a different perspective. Many coaches set out to retire their spouses from their day jobs, but that was never our intention. It still isn’t. Beachbody allows its coaches … Continued

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Unearth the joy of real connections & relationships

Unearth the joy of real connections & relationships

Thanksgiving is upon us this week. It’s a time of family and togetherness, of giving and being thankful for who we have in our lives. One of the things I’m most thankful for is the personal connections and relationships I have in my life. I recently read the book No Limits by John Maxwell. In … Continued

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The Joy of Being More Than a Mom

The Joy of Being More Than a Mom

Don’t get me wrong: being a mom has been one of my greatest joys in life. It’s brought me more fulfillment and happiness than I ever thought possible. But one of the reasons I became a coach was because I needed something more in life. Before motherhood (and even in the early years), I was … Continued

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Ah-Ha Moments at Leadership

Ah-Ha Moments at Leadership

I wrote last month about my self-discovery moment, where I made the decision to push hard to earn a spot at the Leadership retreat in October. It was something that I had given up on because I was so far away from reaching that milestone, just a few weeks before the deadline. But after a … Continued

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To “Quit” or Not to Quit: A Self-Discovery Moment

To “Quit” or Not to Quit: A Self-Discovery Moment

I’ve been in business with Beachbody for 10 years, and back in 2009, I regularly made the short list for quarterly top coach by region (appearing in the top 5 each quarter but never pushing for #1). In fact, when the company started Success Club in January 2010, I hit SC 5 from the get-go … Continued

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Perfectly Imperfect – Facing Imposter Syndrome

Perfectly Imperfect – Facing Imposter Syndrome

Sometimes… Sometimes I don’t even tell people I’m a Beachbody Coach because I don’t feel like I look like a Beachbody Coach “should” look. But, really, it’s okay to help others when I’m not perfect. I don’t know if you’ve ever heard of ‘Imposter Syndrome’, but it’s something I struggle with constantly. Impostor syndrome is marked … Continued

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How Judgments Hold Us Back

How Judgments Hold Us Back

It’s really easy to want to stay comfortable, to not challenge yourself and refrain from doing things that are scary. Often, we don’t see a vision for ourselves and we keep on doing what we’ve always done. But that prevents us from growing. Most successful people have confidence—in themselves and in the products and services … Continued