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

TFT_badge_150x150A 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’d totally lost it, so I nervously giggled and told him I had to go. Goodnight.

A few of the details turned out differently than his suggestion, but it’s eerily awesome how close his prediction was to the actual unfolding of our relationship.

We traveled together for 10 months (even though it was only supposed to be 5 days). And, we’re getting married this summer!

Mike also suggested that we become business partners during the first week of our road trip. Again, I thought he was completely off his rocker.

I gave an adamant, “No!” and changed the subject.

About a year ago Mike brought up the idea of doing live mastermind events. “It will be so fun! We love being with people and helping them. We can really go deep with them in a way we can’t through online courses. Let’s do it,” he said. (Well, that’s more or less what he said. I didn’t record it verbatim : ) )

“No sir. I don’t want to. I don’t want to get into the event business. It’s too much work. Blah, blah, blah, blah,” was my response. What we’ve found out is this:

Mike gets really good ideas 6 months to a year (and sometimes more) before I think they’re great too.

Exhibit A: Taking a really long road trip, coming home, and getting married. (Best thing I ever did.)

Exhibit B: Building a heart-based business with the love of my life. (A very close second in order of best things I ever did.)

And now, I’ve finally come around to LOVING the idea of doing a live event with my man. I’m slow, but once I’m in, I’m IN!

Mike and I have cooked up something we’re calling: Screen Shot 2014-01-12 at 10.30.22 AM

It’s a live, mastermind-style event where you bring questions and we bring answers, resources, strategies, more questions, stories, inspiration, and support.

It’s happening January 28th in Venice, CA. 

To get all the details for the Freedom Jam click HERE.

Here’s what I’ve learned nearly three years into my relationship with Mike: I’m not always right and I’m a little slow on the uptake. IMG_9631

It turns out Mike is the best thing that’s ever happened to me. He makes me laugh until I fall on the floor (pictured at right). He takes really good care of me. He supports every single business move we make with the masculine structure and follow-through necessary to actually manifest it in the world.

And he’s the reason our business has more than tripled since he came on board as a partner.

I’m grateful every day that I get to live with, work with, and love this man full of amazing ideas, even if I think they’re crazy when he shares them at first.

And guess what?

YOU too can tap into his wisdom, compassion, brilliant coaching ability, desire to dig down to what’s really going on, and tender, tough love at our first live event together, the Freedom Jam.

Plus, I’ll be there with my usual brand of upbeat, holistic insight to uplift your business, money, relationships, and life at large.

All the details are HERE

We can’t wait to meet you and sprinkle some freedom goodness on you in California!

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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

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The Spaciousness of Simplicity

When people talk about wanting financial freedom there’s often an inherent assumption that the way to get there is through earning more and accumulating more. The definition of financial freedom that I love is this: You are financially free to the extent that your passive or residual income (income that you earn over and overContinue Reading

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The Value of the Vacuum

It turns out that most of our life circumstances are a choice. We can bitch and moan all we like, but when we’re really honest we’ve made a decision, conscious or unconscious: to stay at that job that sucks our soul to stay with that person who doesn’t bring out our best to stay onContinue Reading

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Conscious parenting, among other things. Glimpse TV with Carrie Contey, Ph.D.

The day after I’d left Austin, TX this fall on the final leg of The Freedom Tour from Scottsdale, AZ to Wainscott, NY (where I currently reside – there’s been some confusion about that so I’m clearin’ it up) I got a very sweet, very cool email from a woman named Carrie Contey. She saidContinue Reading

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Digestion, perfection, and the creation of a new year.

2011 was quite a year. I changed almost everything that it’s possible to change in one’s life. I’ve spent the past couple of weeks reflecting and digesting. After some back and forth I decided to share some of the best of 2011, things I learned, and my plans for 2012 with you. I do thisContinue Reading

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Freedom is an Inside Job

The Freedom Tour has taught me several lessons about myself, love and life: But one of the most important lessons of all: freedom is an inside job This summer I had a chance to experience it first hand – in a dressing room. Of all places. I took a branded shopping trip with my friendContinue Reading

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Set yourself free from overwhelm.

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I just feel downright overwhelmed. Like this morning for example. I’m packing up all my stuff (which admittedly isn’t much) and headed back across the country for the fourth, and hopefully final, time this year. (More on this very soon – big changes afoot here on The FreedomContinue 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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Let go of the ground that has held you: Glimpse TV with Nancy Levin

Nancy Levin is a bad-ass event producer. She once lived out of a carry-on suitcase for 73 days straight. The most she’s ever been on the road in a year is 213 days. Nancy is a road warrior, no doubt, but she also happens to be a poet and one of my dear friends. WhenContinue Reading

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