Listening to Understand

Listening to Understand

It’s important to say, right at the outset of this blog, that I don’t believe that listening to understand is an obligation. In fact, this method of communication actually requires the listener to decide, or consent, to understanding the other person in the...
Intuition or Fear

Intuition or Fear

While most emotions are seen as valid in some way, there is a common demonization of fear within the personal growth and coaching industries.  People often dismiss their experiences as “just my fear talking”, in order to indicate that what they are experiencing is not...
The Power of Polarities

The Power of Polarities

We live in a realm of dualities, polarities & pluralities, and there are infinite polarities in this world.  The attempt to make every part of the universe fit into ONE facet of these polarities – Masculine/Feminine – is not only squelching our true creativity...
Agency and Communion in Relationship(s)

Agency and Communion in Relationship(s)

One of the areas of intimate or romantic relationships that can get a bit muddy or gray is the concept of maintaining and cultivating one’s individual agency along with the connection and communion that is desired, and inherent, in the relationship. These dynamics...
The Collective vs. Fierce Grace

The Collective vs. Fierce Grace

One of the questions I often get from women who want to dive into the work I offer is: “What’s the difference between The Collective and The Fierce Grace Incubator?” Or: “Which one should I do first?” The truth is, there is a lot that is similar about The Collective...
Authenticity, Success, and the Middle Way

Authenticity, Success, and the Middle Way

There is an interesting interplay between what we call success and authenticity, both of which are incredibly subjective, and as such, must be defined by each of us for ourselves. And in defining these aspects of ourselves and our desired path in life, It’s important...
Why ‘Follow Your Heart’ Is Bad Advice

Why ‘Follow Your Heart’ Is Bad Advice

From the title of this blog, you might already be thinking, how can it be bad advice to listen to your heart? Is it really bad advice to be in (deeper) relationship with your heart or to allow your heart to lead in various ways at various times? Of course not! It is a...
The Importance of Honoring Your Why

The Importance of Honoring Your Why

I believe it was Simon Sinek who coined the term “Start With Why”, and first brought the idea of the importance of connecting to your deeper ‘Why’ into mainstream culture. It’s become a sort of catchphrase or household term over the last few years. Whatever we do in...

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