Clarity- What it is, and why you need it!

Clarity
Clarity.  When I’m talking about what it means to seek out, and maintain a High Performance lifestyle, there are a couple of key concepts that are foundational to this whole process. Clarity is not just a zen-like state, or the latest candle scent at Bath and Body Works. Clarity is an often-neglected, but critical component of an up-leveled life. Most...

What is High Performance Living?

High Performance Living
“High Performance Living is the ongoing feeling of full engagement, joy and confidence that comes from consistently living your best self.”  Brendon Burchard Who doesn’t want more engagement, joy and confidence in their lives? I’m guessing we all could use a lot more of all three! And not just bursts of these highly desirable states, but an ‘ongoing feeling’, or...

Fear is the growth killer

Managing fear
No one wants to lose. No one purposefully sets out to fail, or aims towards scarcity. Most of us want to be successful. Most of us want to achieve happiness, wealth, health, satisfaction, (insert any number of goals here). However, many of us are held back by our own fear. It’s easy to be so afraid of losing, that you...

Life can be tough. Choose possibility.

Golden Ticket
It’s easy to forget what a miraculous gift we have in this thing called life. We are alive, we are breathing, we have options, we have opportunities. Yes, we also have challenges and hardship. But the sheer fact that we exist at all is simply incredible. We exist. And we choose how we navigate the challenges of our lives. We...

Here’s to a truth-telling hero

Carrie Fisher
  Carrie Fisher brought raw, unfettered honesty to the table. She was unabashedly, fully human, and fearless in her pursuit to understand and share her turbulent journey with the rest of us. Her fictional character, Princess Leia was one of my childhood heroes. She was the impetus behind my life-long love of strong, independent and feisty heroines (particularly of the sci-fi...

Resolutions or Revolutions?

Resolution not Revolution
With the New Year staring us down like a loaded gun, I’m personally feeling that all-too familiar pressure to figure out/or resolve how to do better in the upcoming new year. I have been a perennial New Year’s resolution maker. I have also been a consistent Spring Break quitter, (meaning I’m lucky if my resolution carries me as far as the melting...