Category Archives for "Mindset"
There’s something about the cowardly Lion that resonates in me.He’s such a beautiful, majestic creature. He was made to rule. Yet, instead, he hides behind the trees and uses a lot of noise and rattling of the bushes to frighten people into thinking he’s brave and strong.His lack of confidence in living up to who […]Continue reading
There is a beauty in simplicity.It’s the fine pale veins in a bright green leaf. Or the bright eyes of a child in wonder.It’s the first star at night and the sweet breath of the person you love as they sleep.We can find ourselves tied up in a never-ending stream of activities, arguments and agendas […]Continue reading
I’ve broken a lot of things: dishes, windows, my wrist. I’ve experienced broken situations: a heart, promises, faith, relationships. I’ve come to the end of myself on more than one occasion. I reached my breaking point.Have you?Give Me a Break!There are many kinds of breaks. Some are great, like when we get the job we wanted or […]Continue reading
Every choice we make hinges on whether we have an abundance mentality or a scarcity mindset. Your position on the scale isn’t just about attitude. You can be a very outgoing, sparkly person and secretly harbor a scarcity mindset. You can also be a reserved introvert and exude an abundance mentality. These patterns go way beyond […]Continue reading
Women – Sisters, we know that all it takes is a bad hair day and everything seems to go downhill. Yet, let our bangs go wonky and the whole day just feels shot. Here we are: intelligent, in-control, loving, strong, powerful women. We would rather hide around the corner than stand firmly in control of the […]Continue reading
As a little girl, I loved the merry-go-round at the park near my grandparent’s home.I’m not talking about a carousel (with horses and elephants, run by the power company.) I’m talking about the heavy-duty-steel-flying-saucer-with-handles-to-grab-to-keep-you-from-flying-off contraption, powered by the speeding feet of children!I can remember when I finally was old enough to walk down to the […]Continue reading