Who Do You Want to THANK?

If we have learned anything during this time, it is there are a lot of people we have taken for granted through the years. Maybe I am the only one, but there are a lot of people I WANT to thank. I WANT to thank my daughter’s teachers for having the patience to deal with a lovely 9-year-old who has a lot of questions and believes she has all the answers. The emergency responders, nurses, doctors, etc. who put their own

Just DO It

Just DO It. Yes, it is that simple. I know you have something you have been putting off because you have been waiting to see how long this crisis is going to last…you know that pandemic we have been dealing with. So, what is it? Stop making excuses and Just DO It. I know if we were together you would say…Michelle, it isn’t that easy…you don’t understand. Well, yes, I do. I too had been making excuses until I didn’t…until I


Love is always the answer, but only always. When we are feeling sad, disconnected, depressed the first thing we should ask ourselves is, “How can we love?” Love ourselves, love others, love those we have never met, love…love…love. Love opens our hearts, brings in expansion, and helps us accelerate forward in a way of abundance and joy. It’s not easy to love, but it is worth practicing. The next time you are feeling down, blah, or just off…think of someone you

What Can You Create?

During this time of uncertainty, we need to focus on what we can control. For me, I have been spending a lot of time thinking about what I want to create, build, and bring alive during this time. I know that what I want to create brings me hope, anticipation, excitement, and in the end the feeling of accomplishment and control. So, what can you create? If you weren’t afraid of failure or being embarrassed what would you create? A book,

Life ISN’T a Straight Line

Life ISN’T a Straight Line You know this, I know this, yet we forget. During this crisis when have you wished your plan, your straight line for the month would have worked…continued on? How did it make you feel to think that? To wish there was a straight line and not fall forward into realizing it has now turned into a detour, zig zag…off road excursion? When we remind ourselves that Life ISN’T a Straight Line, we allow ourselves to take


Trust means, “Firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability or strength of someone or something.” Who do you trust and why? Who don’t you trust and why? As leaders in our homes, work, life we need to think about trust and how we use it. Do we trust our children when we ask them to do something? Do we trust our employees to use their knowledge to solve a problem at work? Trust isn’t easy for some of us, or most

Biggest Challenge

What is your BIGGEST challenge right now? Personal or professional, get one in your mind. Now, what is the outcome you are wanting? What are the facts? Who do you need to be in order to solve this challenge with the outcome you seek? If you approached this BIGGEST challenge from a place of love and openness, what would be the next best step you would take to solve this challenge? Now do that one thing! YOU GOT THIS!  


It is April 2nd, the 1st quarter of 2020 has just ended…what did you accomplish? Reflection is something I do often, but especially during this time…a close of a quarter. I set quarterly goals for myself so at the quarter-end, I get to reflect and see…how did I do? Not the how did I do in the beat yourself up kind of way…but the “how did I do” that questions what worked, what didn’t work, where do I need to make

Where Are You Complete?

Where are you complete is not something, we ask ourselves very often. We usually ask ourselves, what more do I need to do? What book should I be reading to learn something great? But, asking ourselves where we are complete allows us to stop doing something, something that no longer aligns with us and where we want to go. By asking ourselves, “Where are we complete?” we are really asking ourselves where can we free up some time, some space to

Where Are We Trying Too Hard

Trying too hard is so easy to do. We do it every day by trying too hard on our communications to others, meeting new people, the new workout place we joined. Trying too hard creates tension. Tension shows in our face, our voice and how we connect with others. When we are trying too hard, we say things that don’t align with who we truly are. We say things that we think others want to hear…without asking ourselves…what would I truly