I am a sensitive person. If I had to be deaf or blind, I would readily choose blind and then I would find a poet who could describe the world to me. I have been, and remain, a reader. My greatest sadness is that I was a daughter. I am now a mother of the two most incredible children. Ben is two and precious Georgia is 10 months. I work as an executive coach. I have co-authored one book. It is a small piece of work and not my best writing, but the work is traveling the world now as I stay at home and have the luxury of playing with my two kids. I love the process of getting what haunts and pesters me out onto a page. I admire others who understand the power of language and, perhaps more so, discipline themselves to use it well. Right now, I can't believe my good fortune to have come across what I believe is my tribe. Please let me participate at Red Lemonade. This too is not my best writing. However, with two small children it is all the time I can devote.
What gets me going? The psychology of human health, motivation, and success; philosophy, spirituality, and quantum physics; my children and their ability to live in the moment; the nature of the human experience we all share. My favorite thinkers include: Eckhart Tolle, Adam, Sakong Mipham, Dr. Paul Pearsall, Guy Finley, Byron Katie, David Whyte, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Dr. Deepak Chopra, David Hawkins, Tim Sanders, Daniel Goleman, Marcus Buckingham, to name a few.
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