In a world where everyone is doing - its easy to get lost in a sea of comparison, secret tricks and promises of overnight success.
The Long Game is my approach to business - the actual day in and day out philosophy that you have to show up, you have to do the work, and there’s no quick fixes for long term success.
I am part of several business communities and having experienced the ups and downs of business both pre-pandemic and post-pandemic, there were valuable lessons all of us had to learn. Becoming more adaptable, creative, and resilient ended up being a pandemic gift for some businesses. A recession is a period of declining economic performance across…Read More
This episode was inspired by the recent events we’ve all seen in our own towns and across the country. I want to share one way to help. Why does art matter? Art dealer David Zwirner wrote an essay for the New York Times titled: Art Is How We Justify Our Existence. Our technologies are tools. But…Read More
The concept of the long game is sticking with it. It’s also about recognizing that you are on your unique journey. No two people have the same path. With all creative endeavors, you have the chance to show up your way, in your style. Today we’re talking with Lizzie LaRock and we’re discussing the power…Read More
Have you ever thought about being an author or stepping on stage to speak? If so then you know you must have a well-crafted story. In today’s episode, I’m talking with April Pertuis, a story expert. She’s not just talking about how to tell a story, but how to make sure it gets out to…Read More
“The actions that you took last year brought you to where you are today.” I’m using this quote in my upcoming webinar. What you did last year contributed to where you are now. What you do every day makes an impact on where you’ll be tomorrow. I’m having all the feels around this because I’ve…Read More
You already know podcasting is a long game strategy for me so it’s extra special to be hitting episode 100. It’s a good reminder that I can show up, be consistent and share information that’s helpful. Thanks for being here with me. I’m so glad to be on the journey with you. We are all…Read More
Are you familiar with the concept of morning pages? Julia Cameron, the author of The Artists Way, explains them this way: Morning Pages are three pages of longhand, stream of consciousness writing, done first thing in the morning. There is no wrong way to do Morning Pages– they are not high art. They are not…Read More
It’s the second annual holiday gift guide. We’ve been hearing since October that this year we must shop early. Supply chain issues were predicted to cause delays and empty shelves. I followed the advice and now there are gifts in the basement and they’ve been there for a couple of months! The holidays are a…Read More
Have you ever wanted to scrap it all? Completely overhaul your website? Change your offer? Redo your entire course funnel? Yep. It’s common among entrepreneurs and I’m no different. This has been a dramatic year for me and my business. I’ve focused on my core values, and it’s changed everything. So, this weekend I realized…Read More
Recently the internet made a big stink about Sarah Jessica Parker lunching with her friend Andy Cohen with *gasp* gray hair. Funny though, no mention of Andy’s silver locks! Most of my clients are in their 40’s and 50’s. Same with my brand partners. The people I work with are also in this age group.…Read More
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