Helping you discover your most amazing, inspiring, and AWE-some relationships!
If you are failing as a spouse and partner, you are definitely failing as a boss, business partner, innovator and leader. Entrepreneurs too commonly lose focus of their relationships. And loved ones soon take second or third place. Learn my top strategies to be a great lover and entrepreneur!
We desire most in this world to be seen, heard and understood in relationships. But we’re not taught how to handle deep feelings so we resort to hiding away what is painful, uncomfortable, or what we judge as undesirable. We lock away whatever we see as weak, unattractive, and shameful.
Entrepreneurs aren’t the easiest to love. I can vouch for this as I am fully willing to admit that I can certainly be a tough one to snuggle up next to. If you’re one of the lucky ones to have your heart swooped up by the charm and ambition of an entrepreneur here’s a quick guide to what you need to know to love them the best you can.
We all have experienced those moments in our relationships where we feel a lingering distance divide us from our partner. We struggle to get on the same page, find the same rhythm, or speak the same language. Here's what to do to get the deep connection back in your relationship!
For so long, I had been focused on guarding my heart. Protecting the love it had to give and more so protecting it from being too exposed to receiving the love that was trying to get in. I had convinced myself that if I let it be unprotected it would only be hurt again. This just isn't true!
Meet Juls. Wedding planner guru with ninja like skills to create a day of your dreams with grace and poise. She's an expert when is comes to bubbles... I'm talking the delic champagne bubbles. She opens up and gets real truthful as she talks about the process of launching her own biz, BUBBLES & BOWTIES.
Why even get married any more? Valid question. Well... I took the plunge and couldn't be happier. FInd out why the ceremony of marriage is so dang important to forming a lasting relationship.
Go on, ask for what you want and more so what you need. Lay claim to what is true for you. Trust me it’s a good thing.
I hear the complaints about how work is awful, how levels of stress are through the roof and how disconnected (and often abusive) bosses or management are. I hear the reasons why people stay stuck in these jobs that plain out SUCK. Sucking the life out of them. Sucking the joy from their hearts and leaving them empty…