Podcast Interview: The Thoughtful Entrepreneur

Podcast Interview: The Thoughtful Entrepreneur

On this podcast, your host, veteran radio personality, Jennifer Longworth encourages entrepreneurs to share not only their expertise but their stories and their hearts. You’re gonna love this show. Every Thoughtful Thursday, we cover a wide range of topics (within 15-30 minutes); from jumping into franchise mode to working with your spouse to...
The Transmigrant En Francais

The Transmigrant En Francais

Amazing things can happen when you publish a book. You meet new people, strangers reach out to you online, musicians write songs about your book, and translators can translate a chapter of your book into another language for free, just because they enjoy it. I’ve been lucky, because all of the above have happened to me since I published The...
How to Keep New Year’s (and other) Resolutions

How to Keep New Year’s (and other) Resolutions

Every year I look forward to January 1st. Well, the second day of January, to be honest, as the first day of the year is often spend recuperating from New Year’s Eve. There’s something magical about this chance to reset all your habits, eliminate your vices, to start all over again like an entirely new me. I plan ahead for months. “Next year I’m...
Facing Your Sins – Confessions of a Former Bully

Facing Your Sins – Confessions of a Former Bully

The other day I received a message on Instagram from an old class mate. She said, “I’ve followed your posts and they are so inspirational and uplifting. But the little child in me remembers how you bullied me in primary school.” Me – a bully?  It’s extremely difficult to accept it. But I do remember. Clearly. Every time I see a picture of...
The Importance of Forgiveness

The Importance of Forgiveness

For me, 2018 was difficult because someone I love hurt me profoundly by not attending a milestone event in my life. Not because she couldn’t, but because she didn’t feel like it. If it had been the first time, I probably would have let it go. But since it’s happened before, it felt like a slap in my face. And I had to accept that I don’t matter...