• Be Quiet.

    Be quiet. Hush. Don’t be so loud. Blend in to the background, fade away. Make yourself small. Not just physically small – after all, you really are too large – but emotionally small. Be seen and not heard. (Make sure you are pretty enough for us to look at.) Keep your voice down. Don’t stand

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  • My Heart Journey to a Rewired Life

    Today is a bit different than my normal blog post. As an entrepreneur, it is essential to listen to your body and take care of yourself. This is my journey through 2015, and saving my heart. It is my biggest wish that it helps you learn to listen to yourself. I am dedicating today’s post

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  • Spinning, and Finding My Way Upright Again

    After the past several years of coaching others and being coached, I’m a pretty self-aware person. So when the spinning starts happening, I know. I can feel it. Every cell in my body seems to become involved in it. I dive in to starting things head first without any questions, and at the same time

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  • The Epic Amazing Adventure Road Trip

    It started as a simple road trip. Head from Houston to Portland, Oregon. Attend the World Domination Summit. Visit family in Seattle, then head to Denver to drop off my car, fly to Chicago to speak at BlogHer, back to Denver to help teach at the Team-X Fight Club, and then head home. Then while

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  • You May Have Noticed Some Changes Here?

    All day today, I’ve been thinking that I need to write a post here to explain why there have been so many changes to this site and the story behind them. But I put it off, doing other work. Things that needed to be done, orders that needed to be prepped, the house that needed

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  • Getting on Track

    WPPI was AWESOME!!! I spent last Friday evening & all day Saturday at the Business Institute, where I learned a TON of new things. It was just incredible – I filled up about 1/3rd of my moleskin with notes from all of the Business Institute panels. This could have been a problem, as I only

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