Posts Tagged as debt

What’s Your “Yeah, but…”?

Is there something you dream of doing that you've convinced yourself isn't possible? What if you're wrong? Two of my clients were recently featured in a New York Times column about going after their dream of a living location independent lifestyle despite owning a business that needs running and responsibilities that ...

If I Ever Won the Lottery…

I'm sitting here reading through some #IfIWonPowerball tweets on Twitter and giggling. I'd hire Morgan Freeman to read me my textbooks. I'd pay off my student loans and use the remaining $45 for a nice steak dinner. (sad truth these days) I'd get a venti at Starbucks instead of a grande. Everyone (at least ...

Resolutions Can Suck It!

Happy New Year! The clean slate of January 1 can be intoxicating.... and daunting. A I mentioned in my note last week, I'm not a believer in resolutions, and instead, choose to set intentions for the New Year. It's a subtle, but important difference. Resolutions stem from an "I'm not good ...

5 Steps to Flip a Blocking Belief

This week marks one year since I began my weight loss and health journey. It’s wild to think it’s been 365+ days since I made the commitment, and it’s crazy to see how far I’ve come. For so long I’d say to myself, “If only I started a year ago, ...

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