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308, 2020

The Dash We Choose

By |August 3rd, 2020|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

My father-in-law passed away a couple of weeks ago.  He was a man of such compassion and presence that it's hard to believe he's no longer walking the earth in physical form. He was that old time country doctor that everyone dreams about having.  When you told him about how bad you were feeling, he really looked at you, he [...]

2801, 2020

Turning your Woes to Wows

By |January 28th, 2020|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

You know I'm all about adding more happiness and peace into life.  And I love sharing coaching tools to help you make some easy changes that can have a huge and positive impact on your day-to-day lives. After all, if you're happier and more content, then so are the people in your life, and the people in their lives, and [...]

111, 2017

Relish the Little Joys, Create the Big Joys

By |November 1st, 2017|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

I am in the business of helping people find their joy. More and more, I'm finding that joy is an elusive quality that a lot of folks have a hard time grasping. Everyone seems to be in search of the BIG JOY, what it is that has their hearts pumping and bursting out of their chests. The "little kid" feeling of thrill each morning [...]

1903, 2015

Wit and Wisdom from a Horse #7

By |March 19th, 2015|Categories: Blog, Wit & Wisdom from a Horse|0 Comments

“Be Curious” If you would watch when a horse is interacting with a new person, animal, place or thing, you would be able to see them displaying an acute awareness and an intense curiosity. They would use all of their senses to explore and make sense of the previously unknown. They may put their lips up to smell more [...]

1903, 2015

Wit and Wisdom from a horse #6

By |March 19th, 2015|Categories: Blog, Wit & Wisdom from a Horse|0 Comments

Wit and wisdom from a horse #6 “Don’t apologize (or if you’re an apology addict, do it less)” If you’ve ever studied or even watched horse behavior, you would notice that they never apologize for who they are, what they look like, what they are wearing, what they say (nonverbally, of course), or how much space they are taking [...]