Each January first, we wipe the slate of our past in anticipation of what we want in the new year. It’s an annual life do-over. This year, I’m creating a feel-over instead. Continue Reading →
Tag Archives | energy
In a single day you juggle all manner of activities – meetings, driving, speaking, crafting. Each consumes energy on its own, but shifting between types of activities is even more energetically expensive. Here’s my secret to energy conservation, compliments of physicist Sir Isaac Newton. Continue Reading →
Like money, humans, and time (the other resources essential for building your business), energy is finite. But you can renew it. (It’s called re-creation for a reason!) Continue Reading →
When I hit a wall of seemingly missed opportunity, or find disappointment in another’s promise, I can feel like a pinball boinging from bumper to bumper. But I think this cool cat riding a Roomba sets a better example for bouncing back. Continue Reading →
One of my oft-told stories is of treasure hunter Mel Fisher, and his search for the Spanish galleon ship, Nuestra Senora de Atocha, sunk in 1622 off the Florida Keys. Hidden within his tale may be the answer to your question, “How do I know when to quit my business?”
My home is cleanest when I’m in the middle of a writing project for which I’m still developing the outline. When I lose someone I love to incompatibility or death, I bake. I sew pieces of fabric together to hold something tangible in my hands when I’ve spent days in meetings. Continue Reading →
When you are truly inspired by an endeavor, you don’t need accountability partners, reminders, or checklists — gusto is the only tool you need. As part of my KC Makers experience, I’ve gotten the opportunity to hear the stories of so many amazing women who made a difference, with or without to-do lists.