Category Archives: Authenticity

Why a positive self-image can get in the way

We hear a lot about the importance of having a positive self-image and self-esteem. In reality, any self-image obscures your true nature, which is infinitely more lovely, creative, and compassionate than any persona you might generate. It’s human nature to … Continue reading

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Let’s just say YES to creating deeper online relationships

When I was a baby coach in the mid 1990s, the Internet was new territory. I had lots of time, few clients, and a huge appetite for learning and connection. That led to my first (“Look, Ma! I built it … Continue reading

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The startling practicality of happiness

Woohoo! The first in a series of free Happiness Hangouts happens this Friday, August 8, at 9:00am Pacific Daylight Time and YOU are invited. Why? Because it happens that happiness doesn’t just feel good; it’s startlingly practical. As the name … Continue reading

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What’s your business vision? A message for the superhero in your biz

You may not always feel this way, but you are the superhero your business is looking for. Really. There is a superpower at the core of what you set out to do when you decided to work for yourself. When … Continue reading

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Costco can’t actually obscure your true nature

A client remarked today that she knows that her true nature is wholeness and love, but that Costco and her busy schedule¬†of daily life had temporarily obscured it. A few years ago that would have made perfect sense to me, … Continue reading

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