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Who Is Writing Your Autobiography?

Do you ever look back on your life story and think, “Wow, if I only knew then what I knew now?” Have you ever wondered if the lessons you’ve learned and the challenges you’ve overcome were put in your life for a reason? Is it possible that the struggles and triumphs in your life could be of infinite value to someone else?

More, More, More.

I know what it feels like to be overwhelmed with your life–to have to-do lists that need a miraculous wave of a magic wand “ta-da” to ever get done—to have the cares of the world weighing on your shoulders, while working to focus on the true priorities—family, health, faith, and community.

For decades, I, too, was desperate to escape the hamster wheel, only to find I had jumped into the rat race. So much of the time, even though I looked like a success from the outside, I knew I was paying a price far too great sacrificing my family time, my God time, and, that rarest of commodities, my Me time.

As a former judge, attorney and consultant to multiple major corporations and non-profits, and now as a successful entrepreneur in my encore profession, I have had to embrace the simple fact that there’s always more to do than there is “ta-da” (known by mere mortals as “time”).

But it also became abundantly clear that the answer wasn’t to keep adding to my list and urgently stress to check more off. The highest and best response was to do less, with more joy, and focus on finishing the important stuff.

If you are like me, that means making your relationship with God, your health, your marriage, relationships with your friends, your church, and your contribution to the world your highest priorities.

There must be more…

But something keeps getting in the way: There just seems to be too much to do and too little time. Maybe you feel like this reader:

“I feel overwhelmed. No matter what I’m doing, I feel like I should be doing something else. When I’m traveling for work, I am missing my daughter’s soccer game. When I make the game, I can hardly resist the impulse to pull my phone out of my pocket and check my email. I constantly wonder if I’m missing something important at work.”

My Mission

Through my online home, my mission is to help you live and give your best. Here you'll find an intentional and exciting learning environment to empower you to accomplish your dreams and goals, creative guides for personal growth and development, and a powerful group of like-minded, heart-centered entrepreneurs to guide you toward greater influence and contribution.


...is to help you discover and deliver what matters most, to you and to humanity.

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