Caring is what I do best. I care about people. I care about communities. And, I care about what healthy business can provide for both of those.
From the time I was a little girl I have watched my parents be civic and social activists in our community. Although they retired to a small community in Colorado, to this day in their late seventies they are still engaged in activism in their respective areas of interest.
I believe their role modeling has shaped the direction of my life and led me from being the bossy older sister to my younger brothers and sisters (we are six) taking food and clothing to the migrant farmers as a child, to soup kitchens, marching against the Vietnam War and volunteering at a large teaching hospital near our home in Miami Beach all before the age of sixteen.
Today I see our business coaching business as a vehicle for assisting the business community to run better businesses, create more jobs, get their own needs met and take good care of their team. Once they accomplish this and have their needs met the next most natural thing for human beings is to be of service. This natural inclination creates an avenue to resolving our current civic and social concerns.
I’ve been blessed in so many ways, from extraordinary parents, awesome brothers and sisters, a son whom I adore, a husband who “gets me” and is right at my side, to amazing friends and a business community second to none.
Some of the things I love are reading, anything related to spirituality, business, history, physics and metaphysics and biographies. Entertaining, dancing, music, great food and wine, dinners with family and friends and boating especially sailing our 27ft H Boat, massages, candlelight baths and long walks these are a few of my favorite things.
Above all else, I love assisting people and organizations to be their best selves. My life’s purpose is to use my God given strengths to think, to communicate and to inspire others to transform the lives of as many people as possible.