Thump. Thump. Thump. Is the mic on? Are we recording yet?! I was watching the movie, Sing, with my family recently and in addition to belting out the beautifully selected soundtrack, I found myself feeling the varied emotions all of the characters felt stepping on stage for the first time.
Habits. They are little micro movements that we do over time that our brain realizes, “Hey, if I keep doing this, I’ll get the results that I’m craving.” So our brain turns these habits into our daily actions and, without us knowing it, we have a routine that keeps us
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All I have to say to a crowd of people is that I’m an author, and I see this statistic to be true: over 80 percent of Americans feel they have a book in them that is calling to be written, published and shared! That’s exciting, especially since I know,
I don’t know about you, but I look forward to the New Year. There’s something invigorating about a new planner, a fresh perspective and 365 days of opportunity. Even though there is only a day difference between December 31 and January 1, it feels like a massive life change when
As I help my kiddos perfect their costumes for tonight’s festive endeavors (for those reading this days, weeks or years later … it’s Halloween!), I’m finding an odd connection between the joy of putting on a different persona one day each year with a recent question I was asked by
I remember trudging into my local craft store for the umpteenth time pulling my blue rolling cart that I had purchased with my hard-earned money from my door wreath business. Instead of purchasing products that day, I was going to teach others what to do with the products that they
I remember when I started working in the marketing field, social media was a completely foreign concept for businesses. Facebook had just launched, and the rest of the world was trying to figure out what it meant to “poke” another person on the platform and why anyone would care about
Two years ago, I was approached by someone who had watched my journey from a seemingly comfortable and consistent job to an entrepreneurial life filled with lots of unknowns with a simple but game-changing question. “Stephanie,” he asked. “If you knew what it would have taken for you to get