I'm hosting a series of events called Plan Tomorrow Today (want to sign up? Here you go). I asked 1 question on the sign-up form and was both blown away by the responses. See if you hear yourself in any of these responses.
What’s the #1
I’m going to share with you how I had to lose my eyesight in order to truly see myself.
Sounds dramatic? It was, I was, everything was.
I was exhausted, physically, mentally, all of it. My lifetime struggle of being the perfect designer, perfect business
My cousin is a lawyer (as is much of my family!) and saw that I went to the Rich Litvin Coaching Intensive in April. He thought it looked like fun, (which it was, mindblowing in fact!) but didn't understand what I do for a living. So
My clients are multi-passionate creative entrepreneurs and high-level leaders. So passion is not a problem, they are filled with it every day, in every way.
But, the most common coaching request I get is, “Help me focus! I feel so scatterbrained…overwhelmed…I can’t concentrate!”
Or my favorite is,
Last week I went to Florida with my husband to attend his FAIA investiture, and side note: Michelle Obama was there. Michelle. Obama. Just. Wow. To be in the presence of a woman with such self awareness, openness, compassion and real authenticity was a gift.
I’m a believer that your presence, reputation, and vibe show up long before you do. People are attracted to people and resonate with you when they can see you for who you truly are.
Your clothes are an easy reflection for people to generate an impression
aka: How to be your best you, get out of your own way, stop the self-sabotage and kill it at that speaking event.
You have a big event that you are going to speak/host / talk/lead, and that voice in your head starts with the “I don’t
I bought a pair of gold pants a few weeks ago and have been trying to figure out when the best time to wear gold pants was.
And then, for no particular reason I decided that it was last Friday Dec 2, because why not? I
I want you to join me in creating a love revolution this November, and I'll show you how.
Yearly goals aren't my thing. They're too abstract for me and I can easily find a way out. Does that sound like you, too?
To find another way, I