Thought Waves

Writing Your Goals Works.

  Recently, I was looking back at some of the personal goals I had written down for myself. After filtering through a long list of what looked more like a wish list for a five-year-old, I landed on some things I wanted to accomplish so I could serve my clients better,...

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A Job? Or An Opportunity?

  While on my path of self-improvement, and bridging the gaps between my strengths and weaknesses, I accepted a position/opportunity/challenge as the Digital Media Mentor & Portfolio Coach at St. Petersburg College, Seminole Campus. I will be mentoring students...

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In The Business Of People

  So I guess you can call me a collaborator or a guide even a mentor of sorts. I love figuring out where a person is stuck and working with them to find solutions, get them out of their comfort zone, and into a mindset that is built around taking action toward their...

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The Road Ahead …

But as I look at the rolling hills and grayish-blue skies in West Virginia, I’m realizing that I’m still having the best part of my trip right now! I’m in a vessel with people I love, talking and laughing. And it seems like every time I look up, the landscape has changed. Even with 11 or so hours left to go, and frustration, restlessness, and few dozen are-we-there-yets par for the course.

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Find yourself a mentor, or two.

And as I grow through life and start to establish how I want to make my impact on the world, it hasn’t been a bad idea to pick up a few other counselors along the way. Tanya Williams from T.wynne Art & Design and Jeremy Bristol are two people who are still actively playing a role in my growth as a business owner and in life. Having people who have lived a bit more than you have or at least differently than you in your corner, is never a bad idea. The time and patience they have shown me through life and business have been priceless. I can’t wait until I can be that person for someone else.

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The Breakfast Talk-O.

A few months back I had the pleasure of being in a morning meet-up named Breakfast Talk-O, hosted by Elisabeth Brinklow. I was at a table with a multi-generational group of women from many walks but with one commonality: They were all artists or work closely with artists.

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