A Missed Goal Lets the Light Shine

A Missed Goal Lets the Light Shine

Maybe it was the day after Christmas let down. Maybe I’m just exhausted. Or maybe, I thought, it was something deeper. But for whatever reason, I was crying. I was reading an article on the sports page of the New York Times – and crying. Really? The article was about...
Believing is Seeing

Believing is Seeing

I was 12 – well past the age of believing in Santa – and yet here I was, standing in line to go sit on the big man’s knee with my younger sisters, and to plead my case of being a good girl and deserving that for which I was asking.  It was because of those...
Changing Perspectives

Changing Perspectives

I’m a green sort of gal. Well, let me be more specific: I am a “green-leaves-on-trees” sort. Perhaps it’s because that is what I grew up with, or maybe it’s a past life thing. Who knows. In any case, when flying cross country, I am in awe of the mountains and deserts...
My Best Boss Was The One Who Fired Me

My Best Boss Was The One Who Fired Me

I’m an interesting combination of respect for authority and “don’t tell me what to do”. And the older I get, the more I lean towards the defiant side. This is probably, in large part, why I am now an entrepreneur. Growing up in conservative middle-America in the 60s...
I Didn’t Believe I Had A Choice

I Didn’t Believe I Had A Choice

I’m a smart woman with a good head on her shoulders, as my mother would say. I pride myself on being observant and objective. I am committed to leading a spiritual life and teach motivational courses to assist others in doing the same. I stress the concept of choice,...
Lessons From Lily

Lessons From Lily

This is an excerpt from my book, Soul in Control: Reflections of a Reformed Superwoman, available on Amazon and other online book retailers. LESSONS FROM LILY Yesterday I was in a silly mood and was doing a very goofy dance in the kitchen, à la Elaine from Seinfeld. ...
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