• Girl giving up
    Entrepreneurship,  Latest,  Mindset

    You Can’t Quit… Your Tipping Point Could Be Right Around the Corner

    Have you heard of a tipping point? One of my favorite writers Malcolm Gladwell has a book called, The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference, where he tells stories of how certain points in people’s life had a tremendous and lasting impact. Like ripples in a pond, the effects of these tipping points can be traced back to one moment. Usually, tipping points have an impact that’s unexpectedly huge. We tend to think life events like graduating from college or getting married will be tipping points, but they usually aren’t. Tipping points usually lie outside typical life events. A moment where you’ve decided to go off course from what’s expected…

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    Latest,  Mindset,  Writing

    Do You Suffer From the Dreaded ‘Imposter Syndrome’?

    If you’ve never heard of “Imposter Syndrome” before, no worries – I hadn’t either. A close friend of mine actually pointed mine out to me recently and I thought, “Holy Crap! I’ve had that my WHOLE life!” Basically, Imposter Syndrome is a pattern where you tend to doubt your accomplishments and have the persistent fear that you’re not qualified or good enough to act with authority on a subject. You tend to go through life feeling like a total fraud. I’ll give you an example. Over time, I’ve become somewhat of an expert on the gut microbiome simply through research and writing. So much so, that doctors have asked me to…

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    Entrepreneurship,  Latest,  Mindset

    3 Things Nobody Told You About Being Your Own Boss

    I’ve been my own boss for 5 years now and here’s what I can tell you with 100% certainty. 1. You don’t ever really feel “ready.” If you wait until you’re “ready,” you might be waiting for the rest of your life. Seriously. The great news is there are SO MANY resources available to you. I remind myself daily that someone else has already gone through my newest challenge, and so the answers I need are out there. You just gotta find them. 2. It’s easy to forget how far you’ve come. Just last night Ryan (the husband) was telling me about his friend who lives in NYC who is absolutely…