Three weeks ago, I ran my very first race, which is funny because I always told myself, ‘I am not runner.’
I had my reasons for putting myself in the “non-runner” category: I have exercised induced asthma, and I’ve had several attacks that landed me in the hospital; I have neuroma, a pinched nerve in my right toe; I’ve never been good at running, especially long distances; and I don’t really like it. And while all these reasons have some truth in it, it became a perfectly logical reason as to why I identified as “I am not a runner.” read more →
In 2005 the National Science Foundation published an article regarding research about human thoughts per day. The average person has about 12K to 60K thoughts per day of those thoughts. 80% are negative and 95% are exactly the same repetitive thoughts as the day before. If you’re finding yourself cycling around negative thoughts you are not alone. What we need to understand is that we have a “negativity bias.” read more →
In the age of social media, we’re constantly seeing what everyone else is doing: traveling the world, speaking on stages, promoting their latest book…
But the reality is, we’re only seeing a very small snippet of people’s lives.
The secret to success is what you do in the unseen hours — the reps behind the scenes.
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Christine Egan is a health and wellness expert. Catherine Egan is a breast cancer survivor. Despite her background in health and wellness, breast cancer woke her up to figuring out what being healthy actually means for her. Now she brings this idea to other women. In this episode, she talks about when working in the marketing division at McDonald’s was her dream job, how cancer changed her mindset and running a marathon a year after her cancer diagnosis. read more →
In 2009 Tara Newman and her husband declared bankruptcy. In this episode, Tara tells her powerful story.
Tara now has a business of her own. She is a high-performance leadership coach. After years in the corporate world supporting leaders and high performers, she created a thriving business, coaching high-achieving clients. In this episode, she talks about getting through the bankruptcy, starting her own business and how a high achiever becomes a high performer. read more →
Rachel Wright is a marriage counselor and licensed psychotherapist. She is recognized as one of the freshest voices on modern and millennial relationships. Referred to as “bridging the gap between a self-help book and a therapist’s couch, she is one half of Wright Wellness Center, where together with her husband Kyle, they are helping people have better sex, relationships, and mental health. They’ve created a healthy, communicative, and passionate relationship by using the very same techniques they teach — Everything we have developed is research-based. She has been featured widely in the media including Cosmopolitan, Women’s Health, PsychologyToday, and dozens of other outlets. read more →
I normally don’t share testimonials, but I thought this story might inspire you.
I know what it’s like to feel stuck in your career and wondering, is it possible to make a change?
I talk to so many people that feel stuck in their career, but have limiting beliefs that block them, such as, “In order to make a career change, I will have to start over or take less money.” read more →
You may be a bit taken aback by this title. You may even be wondering, Why is an experienced life coach telling me that I can do this whole thing on my own? First off, to clarify, that is not what I’m saying. At all. As someone who has been life coaching NYC clients for years, I can confidently say that life coaches can be extremely valuable for a number of reasons. However, I also honestly believe that we as people have more power than we think. read more →