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You’ve been called.

You’ve been called to step up, to lead, to serve, to write, to create, to enact change, to generate, to produce, to speak and to succeed. Yes. To succeed.

And I think you’ve heard yourself SAY that you’re ready to answer the call.

It’s just, you’ve also heard yourself say:

It’s too late.
I’m not ready.
It’s all been done.
It doesn’t make sense.
It’s going to be too hard.
No one will listen.

What if none of that was true? I know it SEEMS true. You’ve certainly gathered enough evidence to support these claims. Yet, you’re here reading. Because you know that under the piles of story lives the truth. YOUR truth. And it’s swathed in desire.

Let’s shine some light on that. On you.

It’s your starring role that’s calling. Are you ready to step in?

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All the ways we can make magic

Good coaching is all about forward motion, propulsion, and stepping…

You’re in Good Company

When Tara Gentile got the call about teaching on live video in front of thousands of online viewers, her immediate reaction was, “Who me?”

Have stage. Will inspire.

You’ve got a stage and I’ve got a message. And presence. And power. And persuasion. Let’s talk…

When Things Just Aren’t Clicking

It’s time to shine some light on the situation. The Spotlight Session illuminates the places that seem dark and unknown.

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Risk the vulnerability hangover. You will survive it.

Okay. Hi. We’ve all been here. There. We shared from the depths of our souls. Our fears. Our worries. Our hopes. Our dreams. In the sharing, we were effusive, euphoric, unbridled, and even, dare I say it? Emotional*. Because, I mean, it felt so good in that moment. Walking around so guarded all the time is exhausting. So letting your guard down and letting loose felt so…right. Both reckless and safe at the same time. So…intoxicating. So you shared one.more.thing. And then, you felt the surge of heat in your cheeks, the room started to spin and you had to bid a hasty retreat from the conversation. Or possibly worse, you leave feeling euphoric, only to wake up in a puddle of your insecurities the next day. “Oh hell! Why did I share that?” “What was I thinking?” and worse “What must THEY be thinking now about ME?” You think you said too much. You think you were too much. You, my friend, are sore eyeballs deep into what has been called the “vulnerability hangover” (term coined by the Queen Bee of Vulnerability, Dr. Brené Brown.) Dude. Totally been there. As a chronic hugger of strangers, the first one to say I love you, an over-sharer by nature and a woman living inside a desire to live so fully that most of her filters have been removed, I get it. Oh yes indeed. Brown posits that if you don’t feel any vulnerability hangover, then maybe you didn’t go far enough. Could be. I’m not sure about that, myself. But I get the (deep) thinking behind it. But if we’re...
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