I have never really liked New Year's Eve.
Aside from the fact that I don't enjoy dressing up, overspending on a meal that is never really that tasty, and don't really love big crowds.
But the real reason is because I don't believe that you need a reason to set intentions just because you are being told that it's a "new year, new you."
Every month, week, and even day are great excuses to establish goals, set boundaries, and celebrate your accomplishments. Even the small ones.
As I start to look at what 2023 could look like, I have been thinking about what are some things that I could do differently so that I can scale my business and organize my life in a way that feels authentic to me.
Here are a few things that are part of my plan:
1 concentrate on building stronger relationships with organizations and institutions that resonate with my core values
2 build a bigger community of women who truly want to use their gifts and expertise to grow their impact and...
It was exactly a year ago that I was preparing for brain surgery. A tumor was found, right before Thanksgiving - something that metastasized from a previous cancer diagnosis.
But I am here to say that just this past Friday, I had a brain MRI and all is good
So, today, my three tips might help you get through this holiday and the next 41 days.
Let go of expectations. Because no matter how you try, someone will inevitably piss you off.
Enjoy your people. Whether they are those that you didn't choose or ones that you have adopted over the years, keep it light.
Eat whatever the f@ck you want!
Have a bountiful feast and a beautiful holiday!
See you next week!
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Can you believe that we are officially at the halfway point in 2022?
And if you feel as though you may have lost your way between January and now, I get it.
Why I know this about you is because I talk to a lot of people and the one common denominator is time. Or the excuses of time.
"I am too busy"
"There are not enough hours in the day"
"Everyone demands my attention"
Blah, blah, blah.
But the truth is, you do have enough time, you are just not prioritizing it in a way that is allowing you to make the time. And I am here to help you not only realize it but offer you a few guidelines to help you create it.
Today's three tips might be just the thing you need to get back on track!
Create your action plan. Your action plan is what you want to do and accomplish by the end of the year. The key to getting there is thinking and planning big. You will see what is possible as you progress through your milestones and tasks.
I wish I was talking about "rest + relaxation", but I am not.
With the great resignation of 2021 and now an impending recession on the horizon many are rethinking their life, their worth, and their value.
Just the other day I got this email from Lydia, a total stranger,
“Hi Susan, very intrigued with your website and coaching! I “retired” recently, launched a pandemic business, and had some success, but now need to pivot! Feeling a little like I need to start but need a little push! I am going to check out your website. Can I set up a consult with you?”
Lydia sounds like a lot of people I talk to and I have a feeling this message is going to get louder.
Starting is always the hard part. Especially for women like you who have so much good stuff inside of you but because it was never valued as it should have been it was never given the praise that it deserved. And because of that, you don’t see how much that could...