Here's what I learned TOTALLY by accident. Personal story sells.

The more bold and authentic your voice, the more easily you'll attract those you're meant to work with. Because readers need to know what you fucking stand for, and the stories you choose to tell will allow them to determine that.

Category Archives: Self-Esteem

10 Stupid Things WomenDo to Mess Up Their Lives, Alcoholic rules, Authenticity, Betrayal, choosing a mate, Codependency, connection, Courage, dating, Emotional Unavailability, Intimacy, Life, limiting beliefs, love,, people pleasing, rage, Self love, Self-acceptance, Self-Esteem

A Man Who Will Bring You Coffee In Bed

From an e-mail I received: I just went through a breakup again on Saturday. My 34th birthday. There were many things wrong. Mostly, yet again, I was giving it 100…

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Posted on Feb 16, 2015 by , with 8 Comments
Alcoholic rules, books, coaching, Confidence, extreem dependency, goals, identity, Nathan Branden, people pleasing, process, purpose, Reading, Rescue, role model, route finding, running, Self love, Self-acceptance, Self-Esteem, tenacity, The Six Pillars of Self Esteem

The 6 Pillars of Self Esteem

When I was younger, I used to look to others, mostly men, to rescue me. I was convinced that, if left to my own devices, I would make some horrible…

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Posted on Jun 02, 2014 by , with 4 Comments
change, Confidence, Courage, dealing with criticism, expectations, Fearless Living, free will, identity, Life, life transitions, limiting beliefs, Motivation, purpose, reinvention, risk, role model, route finding, Self-Esteem, tenacity, voice, William McRaven

The Words I Wish I’d Heard Upon Graduating From College

I love this time of year.  All those motivating commencement speeches cropping up on the Internet.  I can’t remember a single word that was said when I graduated with my…

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Posted on May 26, 2014 by , with No Comments