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The 10 Principles That Are Sacred To My Life

The 10 Principles That Are Sacred To My Life

I am often asked, “how do you balance your busy work-life with your home-life?”

I immediately say, “with great effort, discipline, and focus.”

There is no magic to the eternal balance between work, love, and play.

It is a constantly dynamic and ever-shifting equation.

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My 7 Biggest Take-Aways from My Weekend with Oprah

My 7 Biggest Take-Aways from My Weekend with Oprah

I just spent the last two days in LA at Oprah’s Super Soul Event with the most amazing people ever.

First off being, Oprah herself. There is not much I can add to what you already know her to be, except that she is MORE than all that you know her to be. More real, more relatable, more authentic, more and simply divine.

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5 Profound Life Lessons I Learned from Writing My New Book

5 Profound Life Lessons I Learned from Writing My New Book

Every book feels like a birth.

The process is consuming. Intimate, lonely and painstaking. Nothing glamorous about it. Pajamas, coffee, old toast, more coffee, endless doubt, painful angst.

Then, after months of nothingness, something miraculous happens. The seeds begins to sprout. They start to have life, a voice, and a distinct spirit. A relationship is born. And very soon, you begin to dance together.

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What’s the Main Reason You Feel Hurt by Someone? The Answer May Surprise You!

What’s the Main Reason You Feel Hurt by Someone? The Answer May Surprise You!

We all know that feeling. That feeling of being punched in the gut by a hundred pound gorilla. Queasy, tremulous and so darn emotional. Our mouth quivers, our chest heaves and our eyes water. Our heart feels like it is going to burst out of our chest wall. The sky rains tears down on us and we feel like we are going to drown in pain.

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3 Mistakes Every Parent Makes During a Meltdown

3 Mistakes Every Parent Makes During a Meltdown

Meltdowns are tough. Tantrums are treacherous.

They are downright life-sucking. They sneak on you without notice and they stay like the plague.

Once they arrive, there is no switch to turn them off. It’s like the aliens have descended and abducted your child’s brain. One moment your toddler, pre teen or teen is the sweetest thing, all cuddly in your arms and whoa, what happened – what did you miss? – you blinked and the torrents descended. Your child transforms from human to monster, from sweetness to absolute wickedness. Arms flailing, tears pouring, voice shrieking – should I say more???

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