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Reinvent & Thrive in Uncertain Times

I hope you and your loved ones are well and are coping with the disruption of this pandemic. For so many of us, the most challenging part of this has been the fog of uncertainty around our health, jobs, businesses and lives. We still don’t know how this is going to affect us and our […]

Rising Above the Chaos With Hope

Hope and fear cannot occupy the same state space. Invite hope to stay – Maya Angelou. Have you ever had a day during this corona chaos when – despite your best intentions to be strong and courageous – you feel yourself sinking into worry, anxiety and fear?   About a week ago, after several conversations with […]


Janine was in a reinvention rut. After fifteen years as an accountant with a large firm, she was ready for a new career path. She had read several books and invested in a program that promised to transform her life but she still hadn’t taken any meaningful steps toward reinventing herself. When I asked what […]


I don’t think many of us will quickly forget the week of November 8. For me, this week didn’t just bring the shock of the election results, but an unexpected change in my financial situation along with the discovery of a medical condition requiring follow up testing. I’m no stranger to change. I’ve reinvented myself […]

Three Clues That You’re Ready for a Reinvention

I recently facilitated a panel discussion on career reinvention for the local bar association. Each of the three amazing women panelists described reaching a turning point in her career when she recognized that her job was no longer aligned with what really mattered to her. This prompted each of them to pivot to a different […]


Sharon was a dentist who appeared to have it all. She had developed a part-time practice, which allowed her to design her life around her two young children and was actively involved in her community. Yet she often appeared overwhelmed and didn’t project the self- assurance one would expect from an accomplished professional. She sought […]

An Inconvenient Truth About Self-Confidence

An Inconvenient Truth About Self-Confidence

What would you do if you were more confident? Apply for that leadership position? Write that book? Start that business you’ve been dreaming about? When your self- confidence is low, you’re more likely to procrastinate seizing an opportunity or stretching out of your comfort zone. You reason that you’re not sufficiently qualified or the time […]