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Finding Your Tribe

Last weekend we hosted our post-Bali Retreat party 3 months after our trip. It was great to catch up with everyone and hear about their past adventures and future ones. Everyone looked fabulous, healthy, and happy, as you can see for yourself! The intrigue of a yoga retreat in Bali initially brought us all together…

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5 Ways to Engage in Work and Life

A recent Gallup poll revealed a staggering 87% of employees worldwide are not engaged at work today. This is not surprising when you observe how often we are distracted and overwhelmed with information. Many of us have lost our presence, purpose and engagement in our work and our lives. Spending 3 fabulous days with my…

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5 Reasons to Commit

This month, Endorphin, one of the yoga studios I teach at is offering a yoga challenge that invites students to take 30 yoga classes in 30 days. It’s good for the studio to get students on their mats and experience different classes and instructors. It’s also good for the students because it requires commitment to…

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Trust the Storm

Springtime in the Rockies can be a challenging time of the year because of the warm weather tease we inevitably get in March (this year it came in February). Those 60 and 70 degree sunny days thaw us with warmth and delight us with tulips and new growth. And just as I am contemplating putting…

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Trust the Mud

Many years ago when I first got into the speaking business, my mentor and now dear friend, Mary LoVerde told me every time you want to get to another level, you have to go through the mud—that period when everything seems confusing, overwhelming, and downright impossible. I am feeling that way about my current project,…

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