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New Uplifting conversations

More than small talk.  Join us. I’m reading Making Life Easy and The Soul of Money for upcoming classes I’m leading this summer.  Both books are visionary and pragmatic, written by women of well-seasoned depth, who are Cultural Creative goddesses, speaking to conversations at the heart and soul of meaning to our lives. As one… Continue reading New Uplifting conversations

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I know about haystacks

Life coaches are known to say: All your answers are inside of you; I don’t give you the answers.  I help you find your own. Truthfully,  I have said that.  When it comes to learning, we learn differently, and in layered depths of understanding. We do have answers hidden inside of us–and we find them… Continue reading I know about haystacks

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I like this ‘Spending’ Thought

Every time you say, “I appreciate that. I really like that. I applaud that. I acknowledge the value in that.” Every time you do that, you spend some of your Energy, and it is the spending of the Energy that creates a vacuum, so to speak, or an attraction, so to speak, that draws more… Continue reading I like this ‘Spending’ Thought

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Why I Charge for Book Groups

There are some books that deserve to be not just read, but studied and applied. – Janet Golownia When someone studies a book, it is often in context with a course of learning. It is knowledge-seeking and understanding one is actively engaged in, compelled perhaps, that’s connected to one’s personal maturing and growth–or their entrepreneurial,… Continue reading Why I Charge for Book Groups

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Life is like a Sudoku puzzle

I finally learned how to play (and like!) Sudoku.  Normally, numbers are not my comfort zone. It was a mom day last fall, and my mom enjoys her Sudoku puzzles…so I asked her to show me how it’s played. Can I tell you, once I learned there is no math involved in Sudoku–that it more… Continue reading Life is like a Sudoku puzzle

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Mom’s Monopoly Game

She changed the rules so a higher purpose could be served. Had I not learned that one?  Of course …definitely. Today, though, it crosses my mind that there is an expanding of thought here–that another area is to be applied: the energy and exchange of money and how one plays this  Life game so all… Continue reading Mom’s Monopoly Game

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Goals Gotta Go

It asked: What are you going to Stop doing this Year?  And I wrote Goals gotta go!  followed by… It’s a corporate model mindset term and doesn’t feel energetically in line with my creative spirit and flow.  It’s a climbing-Jacob’s-ladder word and methodology, instead of a dancing-Sarah’s-circle one.  Dance, Play, Dream, Create, Write, Share, Experience,… Continue reading Goals Gotta Go