Happy Wednesday and Happy August! Whoa where did the summer go?
As some of you may know along with Rise Up For You I also get the pleasure of working with women on building their confidence. I learn just as much from them as they do from me. My last call really inspired me as we discussed success and the values behind it.
Many of us today are determining our worth and success by other peoples success and social media post. I'm sure you have those friends that post, "Tod
Happy Work It Wednesday! How is your summer going so far? I've been able to spend the last few weeks here in the breathtaking Mid-West. Hopefully you have been able to enjoy a bit of travel time as well.
Similar to you and other women, I love to give compliments to others and point out their awesomeness. Throughout my trip in the Mid-West I noticed more than ever the differences between men and women and how they respond to a compliment. So many women in the past few weeks
This summer is a summer of self-development and change for me. I decided to take a leap and try new things and really break barriers in all areas! One thing I started implementing a few weeks ago was a more comprehensive morning routine. I heard a speaker once say that knowledge is the best gift you can give yourself. He recommended feeding your mind in three ways: read something, listen to something, and watch something that is going to help you grow and empower you. I have
In the performing world we say that, “ You are always in the limelight both on and off the stage!” This means that someone is always watching you and the actions you take. Furthermore, the crowds reaction is based off of your performance on stage! As a performer you have the power to affect the audience in a number of ways. The same goes true for us as individuals on a daily basis. How we show up on stage aka “life,” determines how people respond and receive us. We are walkin
Doesn’t it just make sense that the more time you put into doing the things you love to do, the happier you will be? It’s a sad realization but most Americans do not allow time in their life to pursue the things that excite them. In fact, according to Harris Polls only one in three Americans feel happy! That means that only 33.3% of Americas population is living a life full of happiness. One of the biggest mistakes we make is not allowing time in our lives for the things that
I have to tell you the truth, the past few weeks I have been feeling grumpy and down. I have been trying to figure out why and it suddenly hit me this past weekend! This past month has been a beautifully busy season, so much so that I haven't picked up a book from my nightstand in weeks. This simple act of reading and feeding my brain was affecting my behavior in a negative way because it was being ignored!
It is true that the more you know and understand the easier it is
For many years women have kept their head down and followed in line, rarely stepping outside of the box. Until recently many women have believed and tended to stereotypes put on us by society such as “You must be a stay at home mom,” “Women shouldn’t voice their opinion frequently,” and the old saying “Women are too emotional to be leaders.” It is now 2017 and women are making remarkable changes in society and in the work force. A recent study shows that more women now earn a
I had a huge epiphany the other day, while working with my client, that I decided to share it with you. You may or may not be interested in starting your own company; a mini start-up, a coaching business, an online boutique, etc. The thought of building something on your own can be very overwhelming as most people don't know how to throw up a website, build a leadpage, post on social media, or even create photo to market their program. AHHHH!!!Where do you start!!! This was m
I have to admit, it's great to be back in action and moving and grooving with Rise Up For You, coaching, and all of the other fun things life is throwing my way. I know it's been awhile since you've heard from me, but I needed to take a break! AND THAT'S OK! I, just like you, had my moments of beating myself up mentally because of the lack of movement I have had the past two months. However, it was much needed. As women sometimes we feel like we have to carry everything on ou