Challenge yourself to grow

Last week was a first for me in my business and it got me thinking how we can grow by challenging ourselves. As I often say, we are comfort creatures. We easily fall into routines that maintain us in a high level of comfort. As we grow up, we like routines because they’re predictable. AndContinue reading “Challenge yourself to grow”

SPECIAL OFFER: REGISTER NOW!

FREE 5-Day Training: Master your anxious thoughts registration is open! Join me from November 16 to 20, at 1 pm ET (10 am PT). I’m so happy to share that you can take advantage of this free training now. And if you can’t join us, don’t worry, it’ll be available on my website later forContinue reading “SPECIAL OFFER: REGISTER NOW!”

Drop everything and go play, mom!

Play is essential for kids growing up to learn skills and socialize. Another important aspect of play is that it helps us learn to cope in different situations and teaches us to laugh about ourselves. How come as we grow older we forget to play? Or maybe we stop playing, thinking that it’s too sillyContinue reading “Drop everything and go play, mom!”

Create space for your kid’s feelings

Kids grow in spurts, I think all parents have noticed this. But do you know that they also make leaps emotionally as they grow up? Imagine the confusion they feel when they hit preteen years and later become teenagers. I know, we’ve all been there but it doesn’t mean we are experts, especially with others.Continue reading “Create space for your kid’s feelings”

Here for you: The HOM Movement

Yesterday I volunteered to be part of a group of coaches offering a free session to help out in these stressful times that we are going through, as a way to give back. The group is called HOM Movement (@happy.on.mondays, http://www.happyonmondays.com/hom) and we want to support people today. This will be a 60 min coachingContinue reading “Here for you: The HOM Movement”

Why I became a coach

Today I want to share why I became a coach. We all do things based on our own experience, right? Becoming a coach for me is directly connected to a moment in my life when I needed help. Right after my ex husband broke the news to me that our marriage was over, I reachedContinue reading “Why I became a coach”