Invest In Yourself

October 23, 2012

The best investment you can make is in yourself. I have spent tens of thousands of dollars in my education as a life coach, books, tapes, DVD’s, seminars, coaches etc, and it was worth every cent. I love to learn. I love to grow and evolve into more of who I am. Why don’t you invest in yourself?
If you want to be the best at what you do, you must invest in yourself.
The return is 10 fold, and  will keep you on the cutting edge of your field.
Never stop learning and growing. This is a life time investment. I continue to invest in myself.  I just finished a class in NY on integration of dance to my coaching practice. I learned so much about my body and the connection with my mind and spirit. How wonderful I feel that I get to share this knowledge and experience with others. That’s what it is all about. To be able to help others improve theirs lives through education.
I will never stop investing in myself. So I invite you, to open your life, to the possibilities that await you, when you invest in yourself.

Our Fragile Earth

October 10, 2012

I just returned from my vacation to California and Arizona. It was absolutely awesome. I have been blessed to have traveled to  many places so far on this beautiful planet earth and it never seizes to amaze me the glorious places and diversity of our world.
While on this recent journey I came across this news letter from the National Park Service at the Montezuma Castle National Monument which says; Learning to see ourselves as part of the earth and realizing our role in the earth’s ecosystems is necessary. Take time to ask yourself “How can I live in a way that is good for me, the animals, the plants, and the other people that I share the planet with?”
So ponder this question, as you go through your day. Our earth is our only home. We must learn to have respect, reverence and appreciation for its life giving properties.
Our fragile earth, like us can be very resilient, however if we do not begin to heal ourselves, and our world, we will continue to spiral down and lose our precious life and the earth will no longer sustain us.
Here is a Native American belief which I feel we all need to own:
The earth does not belong to man.
man belongs to the Earth.
All things are connected like the blood
which unites a family.
Man does not weave the web of life,
he is only a strand in it.
Whatever happens to the Earth
happens to all of us.
Whatever man does
to the web of life on Earth
he does to himself.