Be You: The World Needs You and Your Gifts

Be You: The World Needs You and Your Gifts

The message I wanted to share with you this week has changed. because as I sat down a few days ago to start work on this post, another school shooting occurred. This time in STEM School Highlands Ranch in Colorado.

Right after we moved to central Illinois, nearly seven years ago now, I was up in Chicago for meetings for my corporate job. An unfamiliar 800 number came through my cell phone. Thinking it was a sales call, I let it go to voicemail.

I found out later it was a school district communication.

6 Signs Fear is Stopping You From Blogging

6 Signs Fear is Stopping You From  Blogging

In my last post, I shared common misperceptions that often stand in the way of women blogging as a way to share their message with the world. Sometimes, though, the reason women aren’t blogging has more to do with fear than misunderstanding.  

How you can recognize if fear is at play so you can get out of your own way and share your message with the world?

Here are six signs.

5 Misconceptions About Sharing Your Message by Blog

5 Misconceptions About Sharing Your Message by Blog

The women I work with – the coaches, the healers, the creatives – all have a meaningful message deep inside their hearts they want to share with world. These women are strong, passionate women, and yet often, when we look at blogging as a compelling way to share that message, many are resistant.  

The business owners typically “get” the value of blogging to support their business but have a mixed relationship with it.

Write Your Way to Great Content Ideas

Write Your Way to Great Content Ideas

You’re sitting at your desk, the laptop screen in front of you. You flip back through your journal or idea book for ideas for this week’s blog post, and once again, you are drawing a blank.

Maybe you have so much to say, it’s hard to narrow it down. Maybe you think what you have to say isn’t relevant to your audience. Or that it’s all being said already by so many other people. You think to yourself: What do I have to add?

You are stuck, and it feels thick and heavy.

I see you.

I know how hard it can feel sometimes to come up with something compelling to write about.