What To Do When Bad Things Happen

What happens when it seems like things just can’t go right? Or when it feels like the world is piling on? What do you do when you feel attacked, perhaps metaphorically or even literally, by people or events or maybe even an institution? How do you not simply survive these … Read more

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Caring Less So You Can Become More

Do you ever feel like you’re in an endless state of catering to the opinions of others? Is your mind, too often, occupied by seeking to impress or meet others’ arbitrary expectations instead of on what really matters most? You can listen to the full podcast episode here, or continue reading below. … Read more

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3 Simple Questions to Help Master the Art and Strategy of Addressing Conflict

Do you avoid engaging in difficult conversation because you don’t know how to communicate clearly so that your message is heard and can move to a successful outcome? In this episode of Playing Full Out, I’m sharing a surprisingly simple 3-step strategy that’s going to improve your relationships, communication, and … Read more


Create Your Own Success Formula with a Post-Game Review

I hope you’re excited to set some big goals for this upcoming year… …goals that stretch you, scare you, and force you to get creative. That is where the fun begins. It’s also where you’re at your brightest! Am I right that you have something that’s calling you? You’ve known … Read more

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FREE DOWNLOAD: The Step-By-Step Sensational Summer Blueprint

Four sets of wide-eyes looked at me in surprise. Their mouths were silent.  Their expressions were a combination of “Wow, mom! We did all that this summer?”  and “I can’t believe you saw it!” We were out to breakfast at a local diner just days before returning to school after summer … Read more

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Three Steps to Streamline and Fulfill Your Optimal Day at Work and Home

If you’re like most people I meet you’re passionate about your career or mission AND you have a robust personal life (or your kids do), that keeps you struggling to fit in your priorities. Perhaps you’ve had thoughts like these… “I’m smart, highly functioning, and have achieved a decent level … Read more

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Five Questions to Frame Your Strategic Life Plan

I recently returned from a family trip in Washington DC. Nine of my family members toured the Nation’s Capitol together for four days. Some might consider the trip aggressive. Others, even crazy. Our group of nine ranged in age from 7 to 73. We toured along with hundreds of thousands … Read more

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