Leisa walked us through a guided, grounding meditation. That’s her superpower. She knows the importance of calming the hell down before diving into deep work with money.Read More
It took me quite a while to step into my power and pride of having a naturally big, round butt.Read More
In a world where we are rarely disconnected from our devices, one way to boost ourselves is through our podcast subscriptions.Read More
Slipping into that extremely relaxed state in mind, body, and spirit, heightens sensuality. As a result, your entire body feels more alive once you come out of the meditation.Read More
You could flip a coin. You could ask a friend, your therapist, your partner.
Or you could cut to the chase and check in with your gut.Read More
How would you respond to this statement about your writing:
“I just couldn’t bring myself to finish this one completely.”
LaRue's mother Geri was an undiagnosed Type 2 diabetic, and at the age of 61 diabetes took her life suddenly.Read More
I’m guilty of writing flat passages that are straight narrative and—boring!Read More
Want to listen to your gut and cut through all the junk that tries to stop you from making a decision?Read More
The questions in the PowerJournal workbook helped me reinvent myself in mind, body, and spirit, including losing 100 pounds 21 years ago.Read More
“The world needs to hear your story. That’s the message I had for the students at the Gila River Indian Community in Arizona—one of the brightest, most resilient, most inspiring groups I’ve met. I have a feeling we’ll hear more from them in the years ahead.”
We’re in agreement with this Michelle Obama tweet. And we’re on a mission to assist literary agents with access to these stories in this we-need-diverse-books landscape.Read More
I had been hearing about “intermittent fasting,” but the word fasting to me always meant hunger, brain fog, and zombie-level energy.Read More
“My mom didn’t have to die,” says Chef and Diabetic Health Coach LaRue Palmer.Read More
Wouldn’t it be something if we could hear from women who chose STEM careers way before there were camps and mentors to support them?Read More
I want you to “know” that you have tremendous powers far beyond ordinary physical reality, and you will be amazed!Read More
Have you ever heard someone introduce you at an event by reading your bio, and you think —
“Wow that person sounds impressive!”
Then you realize, They’re talking about me!Read More
Have you accomplished something that is a struggle for other people?
For example, about two-thirds of Americans are losing the battle of the bulge.
But the Morelli family won.Read More
Divorce. Death. Disease. Depression.
Trauma. Terror. And other terrible things.
It hurts us.
But hopefully, we recover.Read More
A successful life and career require constant evaluation, and taking strategic action to correct any deficits, so you can move forward faster.
“Every year I went on a retreat, alone, and critiqued my performance for the previous year,” says Roy S. Roberts, once known as General Motors’ “$100 Billion Dollar Man” as a marketing executive.Read More
The traditional publishing world has limited space for stories, and even less room, statistics show, for people of color whose stories don’t fit into traditional boxes.Read More