Tag Archives: Empowerment

Speaking vs. Performing

I’m having a crisis of confidence. Again. I just got off the phone with one of my coaching clients. She is a very successful producer who is wanting to devote her time and energy to her own work for a … Continue reading

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Like a bridge over troubled water

My friend, Calm Mama, at The Calm Before the Stork commented that while there is momentum in blog posting everyday, there is also momentum in NOT posting. So true. If you doubt it, look at my posting schedule for December. … Continue reading

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Cultivating a sense of value

For the last few weeks, I’ve been working with a coaching client whom I truly adore. She’s an old and dear friend who took me up on an offer to receive some short-term coaching benefitting her business while letting me … Continue reading

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Introducing my eight year-old. Wear a hard hat.

(This post was begun on Saturday, finished on Tuesday.) (Hopefully, once you’ve read it, you won’t think I’m crazy.) (I swear. I’m really not.) My friend, Jody, stopped by to wish me a happy birthday. It’s not actually until next … Continue reading

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Message from Guan Yin: a poem for comfort

In the spring of 2002, my theater company mounted a new play called Red Thread. In it, I played the Goddess, Guan Yin (aka Kwan Yin). It was the last production I did on my feet and, in fact, the … Continue reading

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