Reflections

Touring Japan

It’s been far too long since I reached out to you with a blog.  I hope your summer has been full of fun, adventure and appreciation for life.

As you may know, I spent a little extra time in Japan this year touring around and spending “down-time” with several of the Master Trainers there.  The people and the places there continue to touch my heart.  Each time I return home, while always thankful to be home, I have a bit of wistfulness about my experiences in Japan.

Read more ...

Emerging Into The New Year.

As the holiday season winds down, the busy-ness and distractions of the season also begin to wane.  For most of us we become so consumed with the activities of the holiday season that we miss the occasion to consider the shift from the darkest days of the year to gradual transition toward brighter days.

I confess I am completely solar powered.  During these darkest days of winter, while society and culture demand that we be extraordinarily busy and celebratory, my system resists the exhilaration of the season.  

Read more ...

Hip Hip Hooray!

In my last blog, I talked about osteoarthritis and how it led to my decision to have a total hip replacement.   I had the surgery on Monday, October 3 and fortunately, am recovering nicely.

However, this is not an easy surgery.  Perhaps you have followed Lara Spencer on Good Morning America through her ordeal with a total hip replacement.  I just saw a People magazine article in which Spencer shares that one month post surgery she is now able to walk a mile and do more exercises to help get her back in pre-surgery shape.

Read more ...

Resilience

“Do not judge me by successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.”  Nelson Mandela

These past couple of weeks I have been giving a lot of consideration to the idea of resilience.  In my book, From Overwhelmed to Inspired, I talk about the importance of resilience as one of the three keys to success. 

Read more ...

Join the conversation!

Cart

The cart is empty