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Get Up, Show Up and Try!

Meet Amanda, such an inspiring and generous Soul! Amanda lived under a bridge at the time this video was taken by a homeless advocate. She was going through an extremely challenging time! Yet she was able to keep her heart open and nurture a strong positive attitude while showing us in the purest authenticity [...]

7 minutes to start 2020 with a different view on Life !

You know this feeling when you stumble upon a story, a song or a video and you have this deep opening in your heart because you connected to some higher truth? Well, that just happened to me when I discovered the story of THE EGG and I feel compelled to share it with you. If [...]

By |2020-01-22T20:02:54+01:0018 December 2019|Categories: Blog, Empowerment, inspiration, Video|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Finding your Joy!

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Paula Veil for her show "Choices, Finding your joy" on KKNW radio. The mission of her program is to spread positive energy, information, and inspiration through education and entertainment. Paula believes that the more informed her viewers are about how to replenish their own emotions, body, and [...]

Disconnecting during the summer months!

Summertime is the ideal time to get out of the perpetual emergency, the one that leads us to spend our lives at the rhythm and constraints of our environment. It is the time to create space for one (or more) activity that really makes us feel good... be it doing yoga, practicing meditation, going [...]

Negativity at the office – how to avoid it and create your own narrative

This Article was written by my dear friend and fellow coach Jamee Tenzer, find her bio at the end of the article.   You’re minding your own business, pouring another cup of Joe before heading back to your desk and here comes Sally.  Sally wants to complain.  First, she wants to talk about her workload, but then she wants [...]

Complaining, Separating… and Reuniting !

Julie decided to join the "I Quit Complaining movement” and after a few weeks realized that if she wanted to complete the challenge she had to address a major frustration in her life: her marriage She decided to separate from her husband and move out. But the entire time, in alignment with the ” I [...]

Life Lessons for High-Schoolers 2/2 : The 1st lesson you need to learn

A few days ago I had the privilege to speak in front of a room full of students at Culver City High School. 75 (mostly) seniors signed up for the event organized by the CCHS Girls Build team (check them out they are so cool !). This year Girls Build CCHS decided to offer [...]

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