5 Reasons Your Weight Loss Goal Isn’t Working

October 6th, 2015

When I work with my private clients, I do a combination of teaching them new concepts, and then also coaching them so they can get themselves to take new actions. What often comes up is total confusion about why they struggle in the first place. If they know what to do, why can’t they just […]
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You Run Your Business Like it Matters, But How Do You Run Your Life and Body?

September 23rd, 2015

Is there a strange disconnect between you as a woman and you as a worker? An interesting thing happens when I talk to a new client. She’ll fill me in on what her problem is, and mostly it’s how to create her natural body and be happier while she is doing it. And some fascinating […]
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How to Handle the Worst Day of Your Life

September 15th, 2015

Recently my daughter called me. I could hear the pain and frustration in her voice, as she told me she had the worst day of her life. She had a series of mishaps and frustrations, one after the other. And indeed, in her mind, it was a worst day scenario. Everything that could have gone wrong, […]
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What If You Were the Exception?

September 9th, 2015

Who says it isn’t possible to stop eating emotionally? What if you were the exception? If you are one of millions of women who turn to food when they’re upset, I’m sure you’ve read the statistics. The statistics say that 96% of all women who try to lose weight will fail. And even if they […]
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Are You Looking for Evidence That You’ll Fail?

April 30th, 2015

Whenever you set a goal, of course, you want to have some degree of confidence that you can make it and not fail. That you can get to that finish line and end triumphantly. When you do have that confident feeling, it actually helps you reach your goal. It also feels better along the way. All good […]
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Why We Always End Up Feeling Deprived On A Diet

April 21st, 2015

If you’re anything like most women in the world, you’ve tried, at one time or another, to lose weight. Sometimes, in order to lose weight, we make up rules for ourselves. Rules like: no more desserts, drink water instead of soft drinks, or cut out the bread and pasta. Other times, we fixate on the latest […]
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Do You Compare Yourself to Everyone Around You?

April 14th, 2015

When you want to lose weight, one of the very first things you should do is take an honest peek at what went wrong in the past. You know, all those past efforts at weight loss. All those times it hasn’t worked. And one of the things you might want to take a look at, […]
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Do You Have The Wrong Idea About Self-Discipline?

April 7th, 2015

What’s your reaction when you hear the phrase self-discipline? Do you think it’s hard? Unnatural? Something that feels like punishment? Actually, self-discipline is something you do for yourself. For your benefit. And it can feel really loving and good. When we run from self-discipline, we end up allowing our feelings to run the show. We […]
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Do You Hold It Together All Day, Only To Lose Control At Night?

April 1st, 2015

A good number of my clients are working women. Some have businesses. Some have careers. And some have families. But all of us have one big thing in common. We all have a very full plate. The funny thing is that if you sneaked a peak at most of these women during the day, during their […]
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Why Being Your Best Matters

March 25th, 2015

Did you ever hear artists or writers talk about their ‘body of work’? It’s what they create, what they contribute to the world during their lifetime. I’m not an artist. But I do consider that I have a responsibility to my body of work. What’s my body of work? It’s me. My life. All that I am. […]
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