Are You Brave Enough to Pop Your Bubble?

bravery breakthrough Feb 17, 2018

 
Life in today's world is increasingly fragmented. We race from one thing to the next, hardly able to catch our breath, let alone allow ourselves time to really think about the big picture stuff: what we are doing, where we are going, and why we're running in the first place. 

Inevitably something starts to niggle. And that niggle gets harder to ignore.

In quiet moments, when we have a chance to stop all the busy-ness and let our mind wander, important messages can finally filter through.

We finally see what's floating around in that bubble over our heads: the unexpressed feeling, the secret dream we've never had the courage to give voice to and explore.

The chellenge is, most people don't have a clue where to start.

Sometimes we are forced into awareness: we get sick, get fired or have a relationship fall apart.  For those who don't get stuck in the almost inevitable shock or fear, this is an...

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From Pain to Potential: The Power of Pushing Past Your Comfort Zone

comfort zone fear pain Feb 09, 2018

Screamed at, chased and threatened, I’ve been the target of anger, shock and rage - even an angry mob on occasion.

As a news reporter, you find yourself in some very volatile situations, some dangerous.  Situations that demand you summon your courage to defuse, before emotion gives way to physical reaction.

I was always able to carefully confront and de-escalate the frenzy and fury. But sometimes I’d leave shaking!

Today, I’m no longer a news reporter, and sometimes I wonder how I EVER ended up as one. As a child, I was shy to the extreme, and so afraid to speak up that I made an irresistible target for bullies.  I remember, at age 7, being circled by a group of boys taunting me and throwing things.  I stood there silent and frozen, terrified of direct confrontation.

How do you push past that paralyzing fear? Step by Baby Step.

My journey started with moving to new schools, on to new states and then, and then to new countries (from England to...

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The Magic of Saying the Right "Yes"

I remember about 10 years ago sitting in a hairdresser’s chair with foils sticking out around my head, looking as if I’d stuck my finger in an electric socket. 

My hairdresser had asked me about my career as a television anchor (oh so glamorous at that particular moment) wondering if I would always want to work in television. I remembered saying:

“No. I really want to help women reinvent: show them ways to get unstuck and move toward their dreams which they keep putting on the back burner. I want to help them get what they really want and deserve in their lives.”

At the time I said this, I was feeling pretty stuck myself. I was on a treadmill of doing nightly news that seemed increasingly superficial and seeing my family less and less often. I desperately needed to reinvent my life.

A half a world away, and what seems like a lifetime since that day at the hairdresser's, I finally realized that I'd reached...

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