Off the Clock – Mark Your Trail to Success
Some people wonder why I carry a roll of field marking ribbon in my backpack. My answer? “Because breadcrumbs will get eaten.” I read the story of Hansel and Gretel, and I know better than to get myself in a predicament, and not be able to find my way back. I recently read the story […]Continue reading
Off the Clock – SMART Guidelines to Put Your Side-Business into FOCUS
If you told me two years ago that by taking a full time job, my business would become more streamlined, organized, AND profitable – I would have asked you who bought my business? But that is what became my reality. Taking a full time job forced me to reanalyze and restructure my business. I had […]Continue reading
Off the Clock – The Road not Taken (YET)
There I was, at a crossroads. I had traveled so far already. In the course of five years, I had gotten divorced, lost my job, my dog, and my truck (cue the banjo) … But I also had gotten got my coaching certification, a new puppy, met the love of my life, and we were getting […]Continue reading
Off the Clock – Under Pressure
I honestly didn’t care that it was pouring rain outside. I was sitting in a cabin, on a lake. I needed this – to the core of my soul and the depth of my bones – I needed to sit beside a lake today – to write, to read, to ponder. I needed this break […]Continue reading
Off the Clock – Leaders, Burn the Effin Cookies!!
“UGH!!!! I burned the effin’ cookies!!!” Not sure whether to laugh or hide, MyHoney rolled his eyes and tried to soothe my Inner Martha Stewart the best he could. While running around, opening the door to my apartment, turning on the fan over the oven and praying to God that my smoke alarms wouldn’t start […]Continue reading
Off the Clock – The Day I Officially Starve to Death
Forgive me, I am a new student to the Law of Attraction, and at the time didn’t know any better. When I first started my business, I carefully budgeted out my meager start-up fund (aka – severance pay) and marked my calendar “The day I will officially starve to death.” – tongue in cheek, I […]Continue reading
Off the Clock – The Accidental Entrepreneur
I’ve debated on how I wanted to introduce my story … do I start in scene one, at least a decade ago, when I first got the spark of entrepreneurship – the dream I had while working in my corporate office of having flexibility, fun, and perhaps, just perhaps a more fulfilling life? Do I […]Continue reading
Should I Join a Shared, Co-Working Office Space?
This post is coming to you directly from my new office space at Peloton Labs in Portland, Maine. It might sound odd to some people that I chose to join a shared office space – after all, I have private office space in South Portland – just a few miles from my house. I can […]Continue reading