To Be or Not to Be a Juror: You Decide

For some reason everyone dreads jury duty and up until recently, I was one of those people. There’s frustration in having one’s routine interrupted. There’s normally a lengthy jury selection process that involves excessive waiting. Not to mention the fact that because of the time away from one’s job, workloads are often excessive upon return.… Read More

Do The Right Thing

We often judge others on the decisions they make, whether good or bad.  However, I’m finding that it’s hard for us to really know what we would do in a similar situation until the instance occurs.  Sometimes our best judgment is hindered because of personal need or desire.  Other times, we fail to think about… Read More

Moving Beyond Your Barriers

This weekend I got the opportunity to visit Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas. This park is one of my favorite recreational destinations because it has children’s parks, fun activities for adults such at fitness camps, unique food trucks and great restaurants. While I love this park, it’s always a bit of a challenge to… Read More

How Did I Get Here?

Have you ever asked yourself “How did I get here?” Maybe your “here” is a dead-end job that you’ve been in for several years. Or maybe your “here” is a few extra pounds that seem to keep piling on. Or just maybe, your “here” is a financial crisis in the midst of an economic downturn.… Read More

Have you considered a Life Coach?

As a Life Coach, I am called to partner with clients to assist them in achieving personal goals, and making successful career transitions. I also help clients identify what they were created to do, so that they can operate in their unique purpose. This is a very rewarding role as I walk clients through a… Read More