You Can Have What You Want.

The "permission fairy" isn't coming to deem you worthy of your dreams. Waiting for permission and worthiness might mean never getting started. It’s time to go for it. I’m continuing to delve into my Core Values through the below video (~4 min.). Watch, read the questions for reflection below, and share your thoughts.

It's Okay To Make Good Money.

A lot of service-driven, soulful solopreneurs deal with money-shame. Let’s talk about why making great money actually serves your clients better! It allows us the freedom to have balanced lives, which in turn helps us to be happier & more present at work. It allows us to bless others, and to serve our clients well. Watch the video for more, and share your comments.

We Can't Wait for the Fear to Go Away Before Taking Action.

Courage isn't the absence of fear. Imperfect action is the only way forward. The confidence comes after we leap. "We become who we pretend to be". -Kurt Vonnegut. I’m continuing to delve into my Core Values through the below video (~3.5 min.). Watch, read the questions for reflection below, and share your thoughts.

CORE VALUES: We Can't Wait for the Fear to Go Away Before Taking Action

Questions for reflection from the video: 

*What's one step you're avoiding taking because of fear?

*How is fear showing up (perfectionism, negativity, avoidance)?

*What would it feel like to take imperfect/scared action and have it go well?

It Can (and Should) Be Fun.

I’m continuing to delve into my Core Values through the vlog. Enjoy the video, reflect on the questions below, and share your thoughts & comments.

Ask yourself, “What if this could be fun?” or “What if this could be easy?”. How would you do things differently? What are some ways you can bring more playfulness into your life and business? Comment below.

The World Needs Your Work.

I’m starting the Blog with a series of short videos on my Core Values. Watch the short video, reflect on the questions below it, and share your thoughts.

“The World Needs Your Work” —Samantha Bennett. My dear friend Robin Plemmons shared this quote with me years ago, and I knew those words would be a game-changer. Your work (and the unique way you bring it) is important. Who do you love to serve? Is there something you want to pursue that you aren’t yet?