Category Archives: stories

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

Share

Change Your Money Story for a New Money Future

Have you ever had someone in your life who tells the same story over and over again and doesn’t remember that they’ve already told it to you? It get’s kind of boring, right? Our stories about why we are the way we are or why our life is the way it is can be theContinue Reading

Share

It’s never too late.

Last year at the beginning of November Mike and I decided that we were done traveling the country living out of my car. We were in Arizona and needed to get two cars, his and mine, across the country. Instead of driving in a caravan and missing out on hours of quality time together singingContinue Reading

Share

The exact equation for financial freedom: Daily Video #3: April 25, 2011

Join Kate Northrup Moller on The Freedom Tour at www.comebefree.com. Today’s video is about the true meaning of financial freedom. I give you the equation of exactly how to get it and why your becoming financially free will make the world a better place. Let me know what financial freedom means to you!Continue Reading

Share

I never thought I would do this…

A meeting that didn’t quite go as planned. Last February I sat across from my mom’s literary agent, Ned Leavitt, at lunch. I had scheduled the lunch to ask him questions about the publishing world as I was beginning to get a hankering to write a book. And that’s what we talked about…for the mostContinue Reading

Share

Are you asking for it?

I was inspired to write about female financial power this morning after reading a post from Lora Sasiela of Financially Smitten on negotiation and how our ability to ask for what we’re worth gives us a much better return on investment than minding our portfolios or becoming a stock wizard (though these things are importantContinue Reading

Share

Just get on the train (or the freedom of commitment.)

“The irony of commitment is that it’s deeply liberating – in work, in play, in love. The act frees you from the tyranny of your internal critic, from the fear that likes to dress itself up and parade around as rational hesitation. To commit is to remove your head as the barrier to your life.”Continue Reading

Share

Everything’s under control…I swear

Day 1 of 21 of Bindu Wiles’ 21.5.800 project. I slept 8 hours last night. I woke up feeling more or less refreshed (though still a bit hungover from a weekend without much sleep, no alcohol involved.) I meditated first thing. I weighed myself and noticed I have dropped 3.5 lbs since I stopped havingContinue Reading

Share

Cash, Truth, and Upper Limit Problems

I woke up this morning in a sheer panic. It felt like there was a small rodent eating a hole in my stomach from the inside out. Graphic and gross, I know, but that’s what it felt like. I usually don’t wake up before 8:30am but it was 6:00am and my body refused to sleepContinue Reading

Share

I’ve Outgrown My Pot

Me doing my best impression of my psychic secretary “When you are the light you should earn your living through the sharing of insight.” These words were written on the cover of a navy blue book I had just picked up off the shelf that had the title Unforgettable written on the spine. This happenedContinue Reading

Share