Tag Archives: authenticity
Most of us want to change what we don’t like about ourselves and our lives and we want to do it instantly. But if we do this we miss an essential step in the process of becoming. We miss our authentic feelings and allowing that truth to guide us to our next and more positive destination. Continue reading
That is an excerpt from an interview I did with Mary Steenburgen for the February 2009 “Valentine” issue of Luxury Las Vegas magazine. Talking with Mary was comfortable and easy, like two old friends reconnecting after many years.
Over the course of two-and-a-half hours, our nonstop conversation was filled with some surprises, some laughs and some tender moments as she talked about her childhood in Arkansas; her acting career; her marriage to Ted Danson; their children who she adores; Nell’s Compass, the candle company she and her daughter Lily started, which is named after Mary’s mom; the Home Décor shop, Rooms & Gardens, that she co-owns in Santa Monica; her close friendship with Bill and Hillary Clinton; and her and Ted’s social and environmental activism. Continue reading
I believe in both miracles and destiny, but in the end we make our own realities. Branding doesn’t happen just by deciding it’s a good idea. There’s a lot of work to do…it’s a process that will take time. So why should you bother? Here’s why: To know who you are and be valued for it, to attract what you want, to become more attractive to others, to inspire confidence, to walk your path with integrity, and to distinguish yourself in whatever field you have chosen. Continue reading
If you believe there is not as much love expressed each day in this world as there could be; if you find there are not enough of people around you who equate love with acceptance, compassion and understanding and too many who settle for cheap substitutes, then perhaps it is time we all do something about it. If we are to bring true meaning and purpose into our lives, perhaps first we need to be more willing to look our frailties right in the eye. Continue reading