These posts chronicle my thoughts, projects, and experiences through different parts of life.
Personal development, dance, community building, adventures, work, and more.
I aim to lead with Authenticity in everything I do.
It’s not an easy thing to cultivate and I want to document the process for myself – and those that it may help.
The top 5 “remarkably stupid things” I’m doing on a regular basis to “absolutely screw up my life.” It all started with this recurring feeling that I’m not showing up in my life.
Over the past couple of weeks there has been a call to adventure – inwards towards the heart, full of solitude and introspection.
A recent lesson has been about “normalizing” the things about myself that feel authentic, but are “terrifying” to do or say publicly. The more I do it for myself, by myself, the more “normal” it becomes to my nervous system – and thus becomes easier to do around others.
I haven’t been practicing dance in quarantine, instead putting my focus into something else that has a BIGGER impact right now.
What’s the commonality between Harvey Specter and Jessica Jones – corporate lawyer and super-powered private investigator?
9 takeaways from my Magma experience in Chicago in August 2019.
A lady stopped me while I was at a coffee shop and asked about my shirt – creating an opportunity for me to exercise my courage and say what it really meant to me.
Sometimes doing the “little” unimportant things lead to the biggest state changes and a shift in presence – where creativity and momentum can thrive.
Digital Wizardry is a new offering to individuals and small businesses that need help building a website or needs support creating and managing an online system – and leveraging the tools needed to get your “voice” out there more effectively and creatively.
The “100 Questions” exercise is one of my favorites to start the year off with. These are my “Top 10” questions that help me to understand where my focus is.
5 years ago I made a mission to start taking life into my own hand – to change completely by 2020. These are my quick takeaways I’ve been learning to embrace since then!
When you #EmbraceTheWeird, the way you show up in the world will gradually evolve – for the better. It’s a great pattern interrupt to find the true you.
Musings of the morning include “embracing the weird” to find your tribe, creating “Connection Minutes”, and utilizing “Day Bookmarks.”
Is there a part of your soul that longs to be shameless in who you -really- are and what you want to bring to the world?
Magma instilled a greater awareness for the need to commit to myself – and it wasn’t until I got home that I actually took that notion more seriously, exclusively for myself.
Magma is one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had the great fortunate of participating in. In this post I share an identity that surfaced that has helped to shape the way I show up in the world – and this inner, inexplicable presence about myself that I now hold.
What would it be like if you were more courageous? Who would you be? What would you do? How would you hold yourself?
By taking each little step forward we become more courageous in embracing and expressing who we authentically are.
Starting is the hardest, but most important part. There are many moments of growth, often unseen and unpredictable, behind a “start” we feel most pulled towards. So, Let’s Start.
The beliefs you have about your capabilities may not be true anymore. Growth is incremental and if you don’t look at yourself, you may be holding yourself back.
One year ago, I took a leap. I can’t go back to that experience, but I can embrace the same audacity to step away, re-connect, and get started.
When starting a new website, get the biggest impact by starting with these 5 pages before moving onto other pages and content.
Having a simple online presence could make a huge impact for a small business in their market. Explore these 7 reasons for setting up a website and social media for your business.
Have you thought about learning to dance? For a long time, I never thought I’d be a dancer. Once I took those first steps in learning to dance, life hasn’t been the same.