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A woman in red boots is standing in front of a red curtain, lost in her daydream.

Don’t Quit Your Daydream

Most of my clients are solopreneurs and I know first-hand how difficult that can be at times. You have a dream…this vision of what you want your life to look like but it’s hard. It takes work, dedication, consistency, resilience, etc. to build something important. This song is on my…

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100 Gratitude Prompts & Why a Gratitude Practice is So Important

While a post about gratitude may not seem like it belongs on a business blog, I felt strongly that it’s place here was warranted. Spending time in gratitude every day has a significant impact on our mood, our productivity, and our motivation. This can’t help but impact our business as…

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A napkin with the words abundance mentality and a cup of coffee, representing prosperity.

Finding Ease and Grace through a Prosperity Mindset

On Fridays, my daughter works from home so we are here together and usually get something for lunch. Today I decided to drive over to our favorite Poké restaurant which doesn’t deliver. I was in a hurry because she had a call scheduled which limited our lunchtime. I rarely drive…

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Michele’s Insights

If you are finding yourself in the Insights from Michele category on our blog, I thought I’d take a moment to tell you a little more about what to expect here. There are going to be times where I feel guided to share something but it doesn’t fit well into…

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Amidst the enchanting woods, an inviting bonfire flickers warmly as a solitary figure holds a Book of Regrets under the shimmering moonlight, offering solace and contemplation in

The Midnight Library and The Book of Regrets

Summer is almost here. For the last few summers, this time comes with a body full of regret. I’ve never called it regret because, in my head, if you make “poor” decisions as an inherently damaged person, they aren’t regrets…they just get added as more proof of just how flawed…

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