What my Child has Taught me About Mindset

What my Child has Taught me About Mindset

Having a son has been the most challenging and rewarding experience of my life. I’ve written before that I don’t always love the act of parenting, but it has been an incredible learning experience. In fact, the most difficult parts have provided the best teaching...

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What my Child has Taught me About Mindset

5 Lessons from a Life Coach

As a life coach, clients (and strangers) sometimes ask me to solve their problems. They want me to tell them the secrets to finding the perfect job, choosing the right partner, being happy. But guess what? I don’t have the answers. Coaching isn’t telling people what...

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How to Turn Around a Bad Day

How to Turn Around a Bad Day

When you’re having a bad moment or day (or even a long series of bad days), it can feel like things will never get better. You may intellectually understand that change will eventually come, but that doesn’t lessen the load in the moment. At those difficult times,...

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Playing Small as a Healthy Alternative to Playing Bigger

Playing Small as a Healthy Alternative to Playing Bigger

From our youngest days, we are told to dream big, reach for the stars, swing for the fences, aim high, go big or go home. As adults, we continue to receive the clear message that if we’re not always striving to “play bigger”—to have and be more—then we’re lazy, lack...

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There is Nothing Wrong with You!

There is Nothing Wrong with You!

You are not broken. You are not a toy with missing parts, a fixer-upper house, or a clogged toilet. As a life coach, people often tell me that they feel like something is wrong with them, that they need to mend their mindset, that they are broken and need to be...

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Weaponized Gratitude

Weaponized Gratitude

My first “real” job after college was at the Carmel Pine Cone (cute name, right?), a very small newspaper in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. I was hired as one of three reporters at a salary of $13,000. In today’s dollars, that would be about $21,000—in a town where...

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Reclaim Pleasure to Reclaim Power

Reclaim Pleasure to Reclaim Power

Women are conditioned to believe their pleasure isn't a priority or, worse, that it isn't allowed. It's time to unlearn that bullshit and reclaim pleasure. My word for 2021 is "More" (as in, thank you, more please), but I decided to add a second word—pleasure. I've...

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Want a successful morning routine? Try this.

Want a successful morning routine? Try this.

I’m personally not a big fan of morning routines, though they’re great for people for whom they work. For many of us, however, they create unwelcome pressure. I have a young child, so my mornings are hectic and don’t lend themselves well to a structured routine...

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Want a successful morning routine? Try this.

4 Questions for a Great Day (podcast)

Whether you have a structured morning routine or simply want to know how to start your day to make it more productive and help you feel better, these four questions can get your days off on the right foot. Book a free discovery call with Becky at...

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Don’t trust your own thoughts (until you read this)

Don’t trust your own thoughts (until you read this)

How to distinguish between your true thoughts and limiting beliefs Thoughts aren’t facts, but so many of us believe everything we think. Learning to decipher between our true beliefs and distorted thought patterns is key to changing our mindsets for the better. Here’s...

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You Are Not Broken (podcast)

You Are Not Broken (podcast)

I have clients say to me, "I feel broken and lost," or ask how to fix yourself when you feel broken. Here's the truth: You're not broken, my friend. You are inherently worthy. Learn the difference between feeling broken and looking to improve. Book a free discovery...

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Free Mindfulness Exercises for Everyday

Free Mindfulness Exercises for Everyday

A client recently asked me for some advice on how to be more mindful. She already does yoga, but wanted ideas for how to be more present throughout her days, no just when she’s on the mat. The truth is, mindfulness serves us best when we do it every day, throughout...

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