What’s your ‘happily ever after’?

What’s your ‘happily ever after’?

Every girl wants to live a fairy tale. We all grew up watching Cinderella and Snow White. They both endured setbacks and challenges in their story, but eventually found their prince charming and lived ‘happily ever after.’ Isn’t that what we all want? To live happily ever after? (more…)

Use Your Story to Connect with Others

Use Your Story to Connect with Others

Once upon a time in a land far, far away, there lived a girl…

Every woman has read the fairy tale as child and longed to be the princess with their own happy ending. But the truth is, each of us are already living our own fairy tale. Sure, it may not seem like it sometimes, but that’s life. But, your story is your story and it is unique only to you. (more…)

How To Differentiate Your Brand

How To Differentiate Your Brand

You’ve probably heard that in order to succeed in business you have to differentiate yourself.

Many entrepreneurs struggle with knowing what makes them different and how to make their brand stand out. They spend too much time comparing and trying to “fit in” or “keep up “ with what everyone else is doing. (more…)

Why do we feel the need to be anything other than our true selves?

Why do we feel the need to be anything other than our true selves?

There’s a lot of pressure from society that challenges our desire to be authentic. We may feel we need to portray a certain “persona” in order to get the sale or secure the job.  Think about the commercials we see on television – the Victoria Secret models have the perfect bodies with the perfect curves. Have you ever seen anyone on TV with a bad hair day?  What kind of picture is the media painting for women and young girls? (more…)

Life Cycle of an Office

Life Cycle of an Office

At 9AM sharp, I enter my client’s office for our scheduled organizing session. As I look around, I’m drawn to the unusual combination of artwork decorating her walls. Between prints by M.C. Escher, a lone, unframed sheet stands out, thanks to its bold Crayola colors. With first grade finesse, her son has drawn a simple but powerful depiction of the life cycle of a plant moving from seed, to sprout, to harvest. Looking at his masterpiece, I’m struck by the correlation between the work that my team and I do and this basic life lesson. (more…)

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