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Amanda Steinberg: Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms

Amanda Steinberg

They say the reason we’re drawn to like-minded people is hard wired. That’s why I’d like to think I’ve always been drawn to Amanda Steinberg. She’s refreshingly REAL, in all her interactions—and despite her success. As she says, “There’s a level of flow that you get into when you are who you are.” And, “The more I become my authentic self, my life […]

You were born to do this.

Laptop mastermind

A few weeks ago, as I was wrapping my first one-on-one strategy call with Kathy, a member of my new mastermind group for rising business leaders, she said: “Thank you so much. I’ve already got my money’s worth for the entire six months.” Wow. How’s that for a testimonial?! Less than 24 hours prior, I’d been talking […]

Andréa Ranae: Making Your Work Your Activism

Andrea Ranae

Do you know Andréa Ranae? She’s a vision-led facilitator and coach who believes that together, we rise. And she is someone who I personally deeply admire and respect as someone who has a true grasp on what it takes to make your work your activism. Andréa is deeply committed to cultivating a world that works for everyone and […]

Selena Soo: Impacting Millions

Selena Soo

Ever notice how some people have skyrocketed in their careers? It seems like they came out of nowhere. And suddenly, they’re getting big TV opportunities, magazine spreads, TED Talks, and 6-figure book deals. People line up and pay big money just to get a small piece of them in their products or programs. But if […]

Tara Gentile: Small Business Strategy For The New Economy

Tara Gentile

Attracting the right people to your business isn’t just about showing up on social media and crossing your fingers. At least, not according to Tara Gentile. “People want to put their money where their values are,” says the founder of CoCommercial, a digital small business community for entrepreneurs serious about making money, impacting their communities, and […]

I’m launching a mastermind, and I wanted you to be the first to know

Lamb and Lion

Rain sloshed relentlessly against the walls of the 18th-century barn as our gas fireplace burned hotly. Tucked into deep armchairs—in-between business books, half-eaten macaroons, and mugs of just-brewed hot chocolate—we peeled off our business armor piece by piece, pushed off our metaphorical shields, and allowed ourselves to be seen, really seen, by each other for the […]