Lifelong Leadership

Lifelong Leadership

I get a lot of questions about what it is that I actually do. Sometimes I even ask this of myself! Admittedly, I have been guilty of providing long-winded answers about working with people on how to become the best professionals they can be through great work and...

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Do You Need It or Want It?

Do You Need It or Want It?

Need vs. Want This week, we're exploring the fundamental difference between NEED and WANT. As a mother, I find this often comes up in my family. "I NEEEEEEED that bag of chips! I NEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED that video game chair!! Why can’t I have it?!?" Yeah, no. But why did...

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Integrity Is as Integrity Does

Integrity Is as Integrity Does

I was recently gifted a remarkable revelation by my own coach. The revelation was related to integrity. I won’t spill the beans entirely as this is the kind of thing clients pay for, but I will say this: integrity is not something a person IS. Integrity is rooted in...

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Limiting Beliefs & What to Do About Them

Limiting Beliefs & What to Do About Them

“You are the only thing standing between you and your success.” This oft-cited aphorism makes a great meme for an IG feed. Add a photo of a sunrise and a series of strategically placed hashtags and you’re good to go. But what does it actually mean? Why do we bust our...

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Killer Instinct

Killer Instinct

What opportunities would arise if we operated out of love rather than anger, conflict, and fear?

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JOY – Get Yours!

JOY – Get Yours!

Ok, ok. Before you get all, “Oh em gee she is going to tell us joy is the reason for everything and we just need to find joy in our lives and all will be hunky dorey blaaaaaah.” You are not wrong. But here is what else I will say: this joy is no one else’s business or...

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Intention as a Tool to Get Back Your Groove

Intention as a Tool to Get Back Your Groove

It’s almost the weekend HOORAY! and most of us are back at work after the holiday break. Excited though we might be by the promise of the new year, recovering from all of the energy spent, sugar and carbs consumed, and routines disrupted can be taxing. The transition...

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Goals v. Resolutions: How You Can Kick Ass in 2020

Goals v. Resolutions: How You Can Kick Ass in 2020

There is a whole lotta chatter about goals and resolutions this week, and I am no exception. I’m in the goal biz, so new or reinvigorated goals are exciting. This is the time to recommit to health and wellness, business or career goals, financial plans, and...

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Founder Life

Founder Life

  As of January 1, it will be a year since I left my full-time job and started Master of One Coaching. This year was full of ups and downs. I made more money and spent more money. I learned that running my own gig is not just about a cute personality or a high...

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The Gift of Doubt

The Gift of Doubt

Why, after all of your work, time, dedication, and focus would you doubt yourself? Feelings are information based on our internal programming. Just as physical pain tells us something is awry in the body, emotional pain tells us something is awry in our psyche. In looking at fear as information, what is doubt telling you if you are the person prepping for the above presentation?

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Gratitude – Inaugural Master of One Coaching Blog Post

Gratitude – Inaugural Master of One Coaching Blog Post

Gratitude is the essence of why I am living the life I live today, so it is quite fitting that I launch the Master of One Coaching Blog with a topic so dear to my heart. Research tells us that the practice of gratitude alters the physiology of our brains and can be...

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‘An elderly woman behind us said, ‘he’s beautiful.’ We both responded with a resounding, ‘Thank you!’: Adoptive mom says her son’s 17-year-old birth mother was her ‘saving grace,’ she’ll forever ‘be in awe’ of her – Love What Matters

‘An elderly woman behind us said, ‘he’s beautiful.’ We both responded with a resounding, ‘Thank you!’: Adoptive mom says her son’s 17-year-old birth mother was her ‘saving grace,’ she’ll forever ‘be in awe’ of her – Love What Matters

‘An elderly woman behind us said, ‘he’s beautiful.’ We both responded with a resounding, ‘Thank you!’: Adoptive mom says her son’s 17-year-old birth mother was her ‘saving grace,’ she’ll forever ‘be in awe’ of her – Love What Matters

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Overnight Success

By Merritt Minnemeyer Originally published by thereset.com, 2016 I have been performing (dance, theater, music) for most of my life and always felt like I couldn’t walk away from the entertainment industry altogether because it was part of me for so long. Then one...

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Grief And Glory

Grief And Glory

Originally published on Lipstick & Politics, April 2, 2013 Grief And Glory Grief can hijack you. It turns victories into faults. It twists behaviors in which you would never before have engaged into survival techniques. It blames you for what is out of your...

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