7Oct 2020

Confidence Blog Series: Part 1 – The Myth of Confidence

By |October 7th, 2020|Categories: Confidence|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

I have received a great deal of amazing feedback about my last blog on being fearless --  or FEARING LESS. So, I’ve decided to take a topic from now on and run with it over the course of a few weeks to really get deep into the meat of things. All the support got my gears grinding- So, I've decided to begin a mini blog series for you all. Each topic I dive into will consist of three parts, at the end of the series you all will be a part of a bigger picture --  a virtual workshop where I talk about ways to improve your skills, stay successful and personal experiences that worked for me! I know, I know...super cool, right?     [...]

22Sep 2020

Step Up and Fear Less

By |September 22nd, 2020|Categories: Personal development|0 Comments

  Can you remember the last time you hesitated on doing something because you were fearful of the outcome? Did you let the idea stay an idea or did you push through the emotions and go for it? The emotion of fear can obstruct your mindset and vision of the bigger picture. If you go into a situation with failure on your mind then you are bound to fall. Think about winning instead. Think about the success that can come from trying, even if the situation doesn't go as planned. It’s ok if it doesn't work out the way you hope, but only if you get back on your feet after. There is no winning or losing, there is only trial and error which both lead to [...]

18May 2020

Facing the Brave New World

By |May 18th, 2020|Categories: Personal development|Tags: , |0 Comments

  We’re going through an extraordinary time, not only in our lifetimes, but in the entire history of humanity. Suddenly, in the last few months and blindly out of nowhere, we are united in dealing with the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic. Who knew this word — unheard of before a few months ago — would be part of so many conversations with friends, colleagues, and family? Virtually all aspects of our life now revolve around how to maneuver around all of it. This is an intense time. But, I’m not writing about the virus. I am writing to challenge you to change your mindset about the virus. I challenge you to look at COVID-19 as a catalyst to tremendous creativity, prosperity and growth. I challenge you to break [...]

24Mar 2020

What's Stopping Your Success

By |March 24th, 2020|Categories: Personal development|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

There are two words I never say. Those words are - " I Can't." I'm not kidding. You will never hear me say those words. As a kid, my parents empowered me to do anything that I put my mind to. They allowed me to make mistakes and learn many lessons the "hard way." This was on purpose, because they knew as an adult no one would be there to hold my hand. They knew that having an empowered mindset would allow me to learn from my own experiences. This taught me to truly embrace failure. Below, I share how eliminating the words "I Can't" from YOUR vocabulary can be liberating both personally and professionally. (PLUS I share what two words you should replace them with!) Have [...]

13Jan 2020

The Secret to Becoming a Morning Person

By |January 13th, 2020|Categories: Personal development|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Every weekday morning I get up at 3:15am. I know exactly what you’re thinking when you read this. Trust me - I hear it all the time. Everyone thinks I am out of my mind. That it’s complete insanity to get up that early. That sure, Mike Regina does it, but the rest of the world does not.  But, I get up every day at 3:15am for a reason. I want to explain why I started getting up early, and I want you to see that you also could benefit from getting up earlier. Am I saying that if you don’t get up at 3:15am you will not be a success in the world? Absolutely not.  What I am saying is that if you could get up [...]

17Dec 2019

How to Stay Calm When Things Go Wrong

By |December 17th, 2019|Categories: Personal development|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Things go wrong. At the beginning of any new opportunity, plan or venture, we readily assume that we will be completely successful. We feel positive, encouraged, and excited to enact our well thought-out vision. But, sometimes, no matter how well we prepare, unforeseen circumstances can enter the picture. Things just don’t go as we thought or planned. And, then we may question ourselves. We may wonder why we didn’t anticipate every challenge. We may fall into a trap of blame, negativity, and doubt. We may start pointing fingers at ourselves and others. And, we may behave in ways in which we aren’t proud.  I have had many situations where I have felt frustrated when things don’t go as planned. We come to a crossroad when we’re faced [...]

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