Archives for September 2015

Get Involved With National Childhood Obesity Month

September is National Childhood Obesity Month and as the month wraps up I want you to look around at the children you see everyday. Look around your neighborhood, your parks, while you are shopping. It shouldn’t be a surprise that no matter where you live, you will see the impact of childhood obesity around you. […]

Rules for Online Dating Profiles

Dating, courtship, love, lust and how to navigate dating sites So, here’s the deal – the last time I was in the market for a man, I was 17 years old. I was a junior in high school, and I met a cute guy at a party. Skip to THE END – we got married […]

Six Secrets To Becoming A Wildly Successful Motivational Speaker

How do I get BOOKED as a motivational speaker? I’ve answered this question before. But since I get asked this question at least three times a week, I’m going to address it again.  It’s not an easy question to answer, but most speakers want an easy solution. That doesn’t exist. If you want to be […]

Dream Fitness Motivation to Get Back on Track

I was thinking back on a few Fitness motivation conversations from the past. The idea that motivation comes out of thin air is truly crap. There are some of you, dear dreamers, that have been athletes, dancers, or gym rats in the past. One day you just stopped. Stopped going to the gym, took that dance […]

Stop Cold Calling, It Doesn’t Work

  Stop working harder and start working smarter! Today’s post will be brief. (Pause for you to gasp).  It’s brief, but on purpose. Because I need to share with you the biggest secret to getting booked as a motivational speaker in this economy. Stop cold calling. It doesn’t work.  Draw your buyers to you by […]

Top 8 Tips for a Hot Weather Workout

Hot weather workouts take a little preparation and a lot of sweat. Fall weather can cool off, but not here in drought impacted California. This last week our recent heat wave of temperatures over 100 have reminded me an extra push in heat can improve your fitness performance. As long as you prioritize keeping safe […]

Dating After Midlife Divorce

My First Date in 35-Years I did it. I went on a date. I didn’t even want to date; didn’t even plan to. So, what happened? Well, it’s complicated. First of all, the guy from the dating site was persistent and he didn’t really ask me like this, “Do you want to go on a […]

The Virtual Laugh Bar on Blab

A New Dream Has Arrived- My Own Virtual Laugh Bar – Where the humor is served up clean and neat – shaken not stirred – and nobody has to drink alone. Two months ago, I had never heard of Blab (www.blab.im). Shoot, two months ago nobody had heard of Blab. It’s this rocking super cool […]

Finding Happiness Through Being Who You Are

“Can you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be?” ~ Danielle LaPorte In a world that is constantly trying to shape us into being something that we are not, “it’s the privilege of a lifetime to be who you are,” Joseph Campbell wrote. Do you feel brave enough to […]