Getting Out There

You may remember a little conversation we had about this self-promotion for wimps class I was taking. I took on the challenge to take off the big giant Queen Elizabethesque “I’m a professional” hat and be myself.

I think that sharing conversations with my FPS and the itchiness of one’s feet (even if it is . . . → keep reading

Julia Child and Passion

I’ve been having a Festival of all things Julia Child. . . . → keep reading

Twitter Angst

I’ve been dipping my toe in a few different social media sites. You can find me on Linked In, Xing, Facebook and Twitter. I also am on Mark Silver’s forum, The Business Oasis.

I’ve joined these groups for a couple of reasons. One is that working from home can feel pretty lonely at times. . . . → keep reading

Challenges Redux


Remember last week when I told you I was going to take on a challenge with the help of Havi and Naomi? Well, what I’ll be learning, as they put it, is:

“How to promote the hell out of that cool thing you do without being gross and/or getting tangled in scary, overwhelming . . . → keep reading

Balancing Your Life with Special Needs

When I think about people who do an especially good job of balancing their lives between work and home (without losing themselves) Amy Silverman comes to mind. She has two adorable daughters, a wonderful husband, and a successful career.

One of her daughters, Sophie, was born with Down syndrome. Sophie turned five this year . . . → keep reading

Can you hypnotize me?

Only if you want me to. And the same goes for can I make you bark like a dog or quack like a duck. Only if you want to!

Personally, and to gain my training to become certified as a hypnotherapist, I’ve been formally hypnotized hundreds, maybe even thousands, of times. I have never been . . . → keep reading

More About NLP, HNLP and Hypnosis

What is NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)? The study of human excellence. The study of how mind (neuro) and language (linguistic) interface to create our internal experience, patterns and reality (programming). The study of subjective experience.

NLP is a branch of cognitive psychology developed in the USA in the 1970’s. Personal coaches, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and business . . . → keep reading