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Authentic Happiness

A HUGE thanks to all who participated in The Authentic Happiness Summit yesterday. It was absolutely amazing, truly beyond my expectations. I really enjoyed the day, and if you were there, I hope you did, too!

Stay tuned in the next days, as I am planning regular posts with activities for you to do at home, based on my talk yesterday.

If you weren’t there yesterday, here’s a preview:

So often I meet people who are feeling stuck in life: they know something isn’t right, but they don’t even know what’s wrong. They want to make changes, but they don’t know what changes to make or where to start. I know what it’s like: I’ve been there and I’ve felt that. I want to help people find their […]

By |September 18th, 2011|Uncategorized|4 Comments

The Fabulous Blooming You

Hello all! I’d like to invite you to this exciting new event that I’ve been planning along with Adrienne Marks from The Awareness Zone (don’t you love the sound of that?). Adrienne is an experienced personal development coach, NLP Practitioner, EFT Practitioner, Theta Healing Practitioner, and Hypnosis practitioner. I’m so excited about running this one-day event with her on October 1st of this year. I look forward to seeing you there!

The Fabulous Blooming You

Connect with the real you and discover your truth

Are you stuck?
Are you struggling?
Is life not quite what you expected?
At a crossroads?
Feeling lost?
No time for yourself?
Feeling adrift?

Imagine, in just one day you can learn how to get unstuck and move forward to the life you dream of.

You will:

Get a clear understanding on what’s important to you in life.
Find out exactly what you want […]

By |August 18th, 2011|Uncategorized|1 Comment

Easy ways to reduce stress and add more hours to each day

Are there goals that you’ve set and haven’t been able to achieve? Is there just not enough time in each day? Are you feeling stressed out about it?

If this is the case, take a moment to stop and think: are there any time wasters in your life that you could reduce or get rid of? You know what I’m talking about…you may spend long hours in front of the television, getting lost on Facebook and other social media sites, or wading through a long list of blog posts on your feed reader.

And then the day ends and you realize you didn’t do half of what you wanted to accomplish. Or maybe you never got started. If only there were more hours in a day!

But there can be.

Take a moment to sit down with pen and paper and think about this: how much time do you spend each day doing each of the following? Write down your answer for each.

Watching television
Browsing updates on Facebook and other social media sites
Reading a never ending stream of blog posts
Talking on the phone
Watching movies
Playing games on the Playstation, Wii, or computer
Reading books that don’t contribute to your personal or professional growth

Let me be clear that there’s nothing wrong with any of these activities. They’re all great ways to relax and clear our mind after a long day of work. But if you’re feeling overwhelmed and under accomplished in the goals department, you may want to rethink how to spend your leisure time from now on.


By |January 26th, 2011|Uncategorized|8 Comments

10 Easy Steps to Improve Time Management and Reduce Stress

Struggling with time management? You don’t have to. Review these ten easy steps to improve time management and once you’ve applied them, you should experience a significant reduction in stress. You’ll also be one step ahead on the path to personal and professional excellence!

1. Set goals

Set goals, both at work and at home, to determine exactly what it is that you want to achieve. You will use these goals later to help prioritise and decide what tasks and activities you should work on, and in which order.

2. Plan

One of the most important steps to improving both personal and professional time management is planning.

When planning your schedule, be realistic: what can you really achieve with each time slot during your day? Be sure not to over-commit yourself to others, which will cause unnecessary stress. There is a limit to what you can get done each day. Use your goals and priorities to ensure you have enough time for the things you absolutely must accomplish during each week.

Don’t forget to leave time each day to handle the unexpected. Things come up, and your schedule must be flexible enough to handle changes without causing additional stress.


By |January 23rd, 2011|Uncategorized|136 Comments