Michelle chats with Dr. Shelley Plumb on PlumbTalk Women about the defining moment that changed her life forever.
Dear Michelle 1.0, I know you are living in hell. I know. A constant state of panic and worry induced by nothing but your own fears — a thin veil of unhappiness and doubt separating you from the beauty of life. I know that you won’t be able to leave the house today if you aren’t feeling comfortable in your … Read More
When I first made the transition from traditional full-time employment to work-from-home entrepreneur, you could say I was a bit clueless as to what life would really be like. I remember thinking, “I’ll get my workouts done in the morning, clean the house, sit down to work, and then whip up a healthy dinner for my family, EVERY SINGLE DAY!” … Read More
For as long as I’ve been on this planet of ours, I’ve been taught that putting yourself first in any situation could be perceived as selfish – and that selfish, is the worst thing you could ever be. I was raised to be kind, generous to others, and hyper-aware of my actions. I was raised to make sure I was … Read More
As Seen in The Huffington Post: The world is made up of two types of women in business: the competitive meanies who won’t let you sit with them, and the smart, savvy, successful ones who fully embrace the benefit of a girl gang. I have zero time to engage myself in the former and much prefer the latter. In fact, … Read More
People are always asking me how I manage to consistently work as much as I do with a toddler in the house. It makes me feel great that I have somehow made this near-impossible feat look easy, but I can assure you that it’s anything but. I’d sometimes liken it to nailing jello to the wall. I made the … Read More
Act as if. You’ve heard it before. Movies, motivational speakers and writers, and likely your most confident friends have all repeated the phrase before. But what does it mean, and more importantly, how can the phrase “act as if” become a strategy that helps you? Great question. I was discussing this strategy with a client I coached recently. She was … Read More
Here’s why: To put it simply? You have something to say – you just may not know it yet. If you are a new business owner, a wildly successful business owner, or even just thinking of starting your own business, it’s safe to assume that you have a service to provide that you feel very strongly about. What good is … Read More