Category Archives: Rulebreakers’ Blog

How To Start a Business Without Losing Your Job

Small start-up businesses have had a huge resurgence in the past 5 years. Since the US recession and ever so slow recovery, people of all walks of life have started needed additional income or are so worried that they will be laid off that they are turning to self-employment at unprecedented numbers.   At the [...]

You Can Be Anyone! You Can Do Anything!

At this time of year there is always a flurry of coaching clients who want to reinvent their lives. There is something about the start of the year that calls for a new beginning… a fresh breath that feels somehow completely disconnected from the past.   Delightfully, from science to spirituality, it is proven that [...]

How Anonymously Adopting a Family For the Holidays Rekindled the Magic!

  It is dark outside on the morning of Christmas Eve and there is still so much to do before tomorrow’s special celebration of family. I will bake all the special treats that are only eaten on holidays. But I wanted to take a few minutes to share something special that we did this year [...]

2013:The Year of Breakthrough!

  Every year there is a calling to start fresh.  The beginning of the year is like a breath of fresh air to begin newly or recommit to projects that fell by the wayside in 2012.   Each year has a new intention for me. For example, this past year was The Year of Transformation [...]

What Would Richard Branson Do In Your Situation?

  Being Unstoppable Leads to Breakthrough Results!   How important is it to be unstoppable in life?Well that depends directly on what you have at stake. There is absolutely no reason to beunstoppable in pursuit of something that does not matter to you.   However, once you decide something matters to you, whether it is [...]

Invest in Yourself

  About six years ago I was flat broke. I did not feel particularly broke because I had 4 young children, a great house that had enough room for us and plenty of space to garden and home school. I had enough work to stay home most of the time, and I loved my day-to-day [...]