Tag Archives: words

What’s In A Name?

Volume II / Issue 16 — 3 August 2021 In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare wrote: “”What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” (William Shakespeare, ca. 1600) It suggests that a…


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…


How to BE a Writer

Being creative is a gift we all have. Finding out what that means is part of the journey. Writer, artist, chef, painter, designer, teacher, engineer… there is a bit of creativity in everything we do. Even doctors have to be…


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…


Three Days (a writer’s journey)

In three days, I wrote close to 38,000 words. In three days, I navigated the white water of words pouring forth at a pace that was near manic. In three days, I became exhausted (and it didn’t help that I…


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…