What's On My Mind...

Saturday, March 21, 2010
The last few weeks have been intriguing. I've realized, in myself, patterns I thought were long broken. I see things now that have been fear-based that, for a time, I thought were logic grounded... and I'm ready and willing to change. I opened up Marianne Williamson's "Enchanted Love" to a random page and a prayer popped up. I'm going to hold onto this prayer for the next week or so. It fits in perfectly with the next CHOOSE YOU course I'll be teaching:

"Dear God, I don't wish to be a child anymore. I don't wish to be held back anymore. I don't wish to waste my life. Deliver me to new realms, repair me where I am broken, and ready my heart for everything. Thank you, God. Amen."
- Marianne Williamson, Enchanted Love

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

What's Your Story Morning Glory?

What's your life story? Who created it? Did you know that you're the writer, producer, casting director, cinematographer, and star of the movie called "your life"? Yup, that's you!

Too much time spent in the past means we are creating a soap opera of a life. You know how soaps work. In every episode, it's said at least a thousand times who Marlena's married to, what Sami's doing to whom, why Bo and Hope arent' together for the 15th time, and why Stefano has risen from the dead to come back for the entire Brady clan.

Ever not watch a soap for 3 months and turn on an episode after the hiatus? What do you notice? You didn't miss a thing! It's like a skipping CD; it replays and replays and replays. When you're living in the past, that's what you're doing with the movie called "your life."

Don't write a soap. Don't write yourself a television show. Why? TV shows have themes, the same main characters and it always ends the same: somebody wins, somebody loses. Does that sound like an interesting life? Nope! It's called status quo and that's no fun.

If you're going to write your life (and you do write it with every thought you think and every action you take), you need to write the story of your life that reflects your full potential. The only way to do this is to change your story.

The point of your past is not to rehash it or relive it; the point of your past is to find the blessing and lesson in it and use that lesson to propel your life forward.

You are the writer and it's time for you to write a spectacular action/thriller/drama/comedy that has everyone in the world laughing, crying, sighing, dreaming, living, being and going out with their Canon HD cam creating their own life movies.

Need help creating a new story?

I will be teaching a FREE LIVE! 5 week workshop in North Hollywood, CA called "Rewriting Your Life Story". Bring a journal, a pen, and your life story and we'll work through the process of recreating it. Info on the course and registration is below:

DAY: Wednesdays
START DATE: Wednesday, April 8, 2009
END DATE: Wednesday, May 6, 2009
HOW TO REGISTER: Email your interest to
PLEASE NOTE: Class size is limited to 15. Spaces will fill up fast!