Category Archives: Personal Growth

This was even better than being on the Today Show.

The day my book launched I was interviewed by Al Roker and Willie Geist on the Today show. It was simultaneously terrifying, exhilarating, and so much fun (especially when Willie asked me a surprise question they hadn’t prepared me for!). But the truth is I don’t watch any television, let alone the Today show, saveContinue Reading

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The greatest asset you have at your disposal — for your business and for your life.

I was so sad to hear that Philip Seymour Hoffman passed away earlier this week. He’s always been one of my favorite actors. If you haven’t seen the movie Flawless, in which he plays a drag queen, be sure you do. It’s one of his lesser-known roles and it’s genius. Here’s my all-time favorite movieContinue Reading

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Why I’m leaning back instead of leaning in this year.

“I wish I’d worked more,” said no one ever on their death bed. Yesterday I was interviewed for a podcast and when I was asked what I want to do in 2014 I replied: less. 2013 was amazing. I turned 30. I got engaged. I had my first book come out. I launched my firstContinue Reading

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The reason my business has tripled in the last two years.

A few days before we left on The Freedom Tour, Mike (who at the time was still a somewhat random guy I’d invited to drive across the country with me on a hunch) said to me: Let’s travel the country together for a year and then we’ll come home and get married. I thought he’dContinue Reading

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What does it mean to be human? Glimpse TV with Chela Davison

You know those people who you feel like you’ve known for multiple lifetimes when you first meet them? Chela Davison is like that for me. After our first hour on the phone together I felt “gotten” in a really profound way. And when we finally met in person, we were doing partner yoga, laughing, andContinue Reading

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Practicing the Art of Containment

My tendency is to tell pretty much anyone pretty much anything, unless I think it’s going to hurt their feelings. Sometimes this is awesome because I have a TON of community support around my dreams and desires. But sometimes it bites me in the ass. Example: I’m pumped about a new creation. I haven’t finishedContinue Reading

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Kris Carr: How to Tell Your Story to Build a Business and Make a Difference {Glimpse TV}

I don’t know about you, but with all the book launch hub-bub, I’ve really, really missed Glimpse TV. I’ve still been shooting episodes because I just LOVE it and I can’t stop asking people I love who are doing interesting things in the world questions! Today is a special day because I’m sharing a cozyContinue Reading

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4 simple ways to spend less and enjoy more this holiday season.

Nothing Succeeds Like Excess The end of the year can be a time when our financial plans go out the window. We end up spending like a drunken sailor, only to wake up in the new year feeling hungover when we look at our credit card balance. I used to experience this every year. IContinue Reading

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We all just want to feel good. Here’s how.

This morning the first thing I did after making some eggs was to sit down with Mike and go to Danielle LaPorte’s new website. I wanted to see what she had created. I wanted to feel what it felt like. I wanted to celebrate this new iteration. It felt like Christmas. A few years ago DanielleContinue Reading

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Last dance. Last chance for Money Love.

Who doesn’t love a little disco? I couldn’t resist a nod to the iconic Donna Summer because it’s true: today is your last chance to sign up for The Money Love Course. The cart closes at 3pm EST. (Use this time zone converter to figure out what time that is where you live.) If youContinue Reading

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