I believe my life is made better when I help people win.
I use my voice to add joy, increase faith and build hope.
I use my gifts to meet people at the point of their potential.
I’m passionate about truth and grit.
I embrace “Yes” as the answer, refusing to take no as an attitude.
I think everyone matters, two are better than one and anything’s possible.
I’m crazy for courage but can’t stand compromise.
I value stretching into the people God created us to be.
Oh…and I dance on Fridays.
You were created with purpose and meant to live a significant, joy-filled life.
LEADING A JOY-FILLED LIFE
But you weren’t meant to get there alone. I’m passionate about joining you on your journey, and gifted at bringing you through the breakthrough you’re looking for.
How? By creating space that enables you to be trained, equipped and skilled to use your story to impact others and create a life you love.
This happens through coaching and resources.
Through group and health coaching, I equip you to stretch into the person God made you to be. Join me as we explore how to:
Life easily gets overwhelming!
It’s common for your purpose to feel buried beneath busyness, worry and challenge.
During these times, breakthrough often starts with the small, daily decisions you make. Decisions to shift your perspective, to connect to God, to realign.
Bring your doubt, your fear and all of your pain. Let’s wrestle through issues of stress, purpose, family, faith and even the occasional freak out… together.
There’s something powerful when women get together for the purpose of encouraging and calling each other higher.
As a speaker, my passion is to create a space that invites daring dreams.
My talks equip audiences to boldly claim significance, embrace disruption and challenge, and find passion and purpose.
Women talk, laugh, share with each other, and leave with a greater sense of purpose and connection.
Tune in to the Leading a Significant Life Podcast for inspiring stories of purpose and joy. Each week Marcus and I interview guests, plus share from our own experiences, on topics like growing through challenge, overcoming resistance, and finding community.
Did you know that I once bought a $75 lunch box for my five-year-old daughter? She is twelve now, and I have some perspective. But in the moment of wanting to do the right things and be the right mom I let Pinterest, the mommy bloggers and her fellow five year old friends make me believe to truly thrive in Kindergarten this box was required.