Tag Archives: beliefs

Choose YOU. There’s still time.

“I didn’t know what Jesse was teaching was an option.” – Yamuna Bihari   Most people don’t. I didn’t either.  But it’s an option that you can choose, to make as much money as you want, doing exactly what you want, being exactly who you are.  When I was still working in math education in the NYC public schools, I went to see someone I knew who was speaking about her coaching business. She used to […]

Live the Life of Your Dreams

That life is calling you…  The life you’ve envisioned, prayed for, dreamed of, and maybe thought would never happen.  When in fact, the life that’s waiting for you is even better than anything you could possibly imagine.  Like for me – if I had known 40 was going to look and feel THIS good, I would have reached for it a lot sooner! I love where I am. I love what I’m doing. I love […]

F*&k the naysayers! Let yourself be YOU

When I started my business, I knew I wanted to work with spiritual teachers, healers. And I had people tell me every step of the way that I couldn’t do that. Spiritual people wouldn’t pay. I could never build ANY business working with spiritual people. Friends, family, people who identify as spiritual people, coaches, even MY coaches – they all told me that.  And guess what?  They were all f*cking wrong.  I COULD be all […]

Vulnerability is Power

I don’t think getting triggered is a bad thing. In fact, I often say the trigger is a gift. It brings light to hidden information.  This might sound insensitive to some of you. I promise, it’s not. Because in my work with my clients, I am fully trauma aware. I know that doing the work – around money, sales, visibility, all of it – calls on us to work through our traumas. When we are […]

Lead with Authenticity: The Success Sessions with Toku McCree

I am so f*cking honored and thrilled to share this brilliant, brilliant conversation with one of the deepest humans I know.  Toku McCree is an author, speaker, and coach focused on bringing Zen teachings to the world of business, leadership, and coaching. He trained for over two years as a Zen Monk – ya’ll know I love my monks. Toku and I have known each other for years; we deeply reconnected recently and it has […]