It was last year during COVID that my mom was diagnosed with lung cancer. The first trip to the hospital, the doctor said 2 months to live.
She never actually told me that until nearly 9 months later.
She had reached the point in her journey where she needed oxygen full time and one morning she came downstairs and said to me “Notice anything different?”…
Her oxygen was gone.
She didn’t need it that day. She was up. She was laughing. She was energized. She was walking faster. She said something that stopped me dead in my tracks.
“I crossed over last night”…
This isn’t new, weird, creepy or different to me. I’ve been hearing stories of the spirit world since I was a little girl.
I asked her questions, and she said, that she saw her mom, and her 2 bothers, and had a good talk with them all.
But she told me,...
It's easier to go from failure to success than it is to go from excuses to success.
Every Thursday like clockwork I’d come home from working in the office, clean the floors, and check out the weekly flyers. That was the most exciting part of my week.
On Friday’s I’d check the job postings around 2pm to see what new opportunities there were for more money and a more important sounding job title.
Saturday’s, I played catch up. Grocery day.
Then Sunday’s around 2pm the dread would sink in. When I took the stage to speak and teach at a business conference in an arena that held 25,000 people, I was just shy of 12 weeks pregnant and was about to retire my husband after I built and scaled a multiple 6 figure business I started from home.
What if your life could be amazing?
What if you did believe in yourself?
What if you just decided to do something extraordinary with your one life you were...
Be still and know that what lies ahead for you is far greater than were you are right now or where you’ve been.
Wake up and realize what an honour it is to be here on this day and the sacrifices those around you have made.
When you are stuck - you only see lack. You only see what others didn’t do, and what you don’t have. You only see what’s not working and what’s going wrong. You only look to others and point out everything that’s wrong instead of looking in the mirror to see your own reflection to how you’ve been thinking, behaving, acting and showing up. Your thoughts, behaviours, actions, and work ethic are all yours to control. No one else is responsible.
Often times it will take the gifts we took for granted to be taken away from us before we can come to the place in our life that all we are left with is all we will ever need.
After you’ve spent years working on...
"You get in life what you have the courage to ask for" ~ Oprah Winfrey