Tag Archives: wisdom

Resentment and Intimacy

I was talking with a client about resentment a while back, and we explored how it can creep in unnoticed and then blindside us. Resentment creates a false sense of righteousness, which inevitably leads to more disconnection. That means: you…


Inspired Moments: Words With Clients

Sometimes, when I’m working with a client, I hear my words, and I think, “Oh! That’s good. I should write that down.” And then I do, or I don’t – because sometimes by the time I have a pen in…


Legal, Ethical, Moral – They’re Not The Same

My father was a lawyer, and a damn good one, at that. He spent the majority of his career practicing corporate law, which meant he had an opportunity to educate people around him who otherwise wouldn’t have had a lot…


It’s All About You (even when it isn’t)

If you think something you read online is about you, it probably is – even if it isn’t. Let me explain. Over the weekend, I posted some words about truth and wisdom. Then this morning, I shared how incongruent it…


The Law of Karma and Wishing Harm on Others

When is it ok to wish ill on someone? Well, the short answer is: never. And the long answer is: never. It’s never ok to wish harm on anyone else. If you do, you’re actually inviting that bad energy back…


We Teach Expectations

One of the simplest truths came up again today when talking with a client: We teach people what to expect of us. If you’re always willing to give, you teach people to expect that you will always give. And then…


My NEW Book of Poetry is HERE!

As a writer, I am always transforming thoughts into words, whether it’s the inspirational wisdom I share regularly in InspireBytes™ or the self-help guidance and teachings that I put into full-length books. (What now..? will be out in November… stay…