Tag Archives: life coaching

Quitting: How to know if it’s time and how to let go when you do – Glimpse TV w/ Tanya Geisler

Nearly a year ago I interviewed the beautiful, talented, and hysterically funny Tanya Geisler at the World Domination Summit (WDS). (That’s us tasting ridiculous doughnuts — Tanya’s the one in pink.) This interview is quite unlike any other Glimpse TV episode because: we had several celebrity sightings while we were shooting I forgot my equipmentContinue Reading

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Sometimes you just can’t. So don’t.

There are times for renovations and there are times for relishing your home, your container, for all that it is right now. Of course you may still dream of new sconces, throws, or even tearing down a wall or two, but for the time being you’re loving where you live. When it comes to workingContinue Reading

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Permission to be where you are, even if where you are sucks.

I moved home to Maine last week after pining for the home that it’s represented for me my whole life. When you cross the Maine state line you’re greeted by a sign that says: “Maine: The Way Life Should Be.” As far as state mottos go, this one really floats my boat. I just wrappedContinue Reading

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Quarterlife crisis? What? Glimpse TV with Molly Mahar of Stratejoy

As I was planning The Freedom Tour my friend Kim introduced me to Molly Mahar and her Stratejoy road trip. Here was another smart, young woman who had packed up everything and was living out of her car traveling the country. Awesome! I emailed her “Contact Us” form immediately not expecting a response (find outContinue Reading

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The Biggest Mistake People Make in Tough Conversations: Glimpse TV with Laurie Gerber

I first learned of the Handel Group executive and life coaching company through taking this wacky, amazing, and really fun workout class called IntenSati. (The class involves intense aerobic activity, spoken affirmations, martial arts, dance, and good, old-fashioned calisthenics. Keep your eyes pealed for a future Glimpse TV episode with Patricia Moreno, founder of IntenSati.)Continue Reading

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