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About me

I am a survivor of Stage II Rectal Cancer. I am also a Life Coach.
I partner with those who seek powerful conversations which result in the generation of their extraordinary life: a life of purpose, grace, and ease.

I assist those with a cancer diagn

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What I've learned
I have had wonderful days lately. On Sunday I was re-presenced to the huge opportunity this cancer provides me. The opportunity to transform how I live my life: how I eat, how I sleep, how I think....
Mon Dec 20, 2010
What I've learned
When I woke up this morning, it dawned on me that my previous post, An Incredible Wake Up Call really lit me up and was very exciting, but it didn't refer to anything tangible regarding where I pla...
Mon Dec 20, 2010
What I've learned
I am so grateful for all of your emails and blog comments. Many times, the simplest message from someone I least expect to hear from can turn my day around. If you can imagine yourself in my shoes....
Mon Dec 20, 2010
What I've learned
I have committed myself to another intention for this blog - to share my thoughts with a deeper level of honesty. I always been taught "...the truth will set you free." In the last couple of year...
Mon Dec 20, 2010
What I've learned
Throughout my cancer treatment, I found that nothing less than full self-expression would do. If I needed to cry, I cried. When I found myself feeling guilty or ashamed, I shared it with someone wh...
Thu Sep 24, 2009
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