Staying in the Miracle

This is my friend, Robert Hartwell

Look what he did. 

I can remember when he sent the first text message that said, “I found my house.”

Robert wasn’t just attached to the house; he was committed.

Attachment can foster fretfulness or doubt, while commitment is about devotion and purpose.

Commitment is the spark for action.

On closing day, he posted the story of his commitment to his home and why it was so important to him.

I’ve never personally known a person who’s had something “go viral” online, but that day, I witnessed the reactions and shares of his post grow by the thousands every half hour.

Less than 24 hours later, he was featured on, The New York Post, Upworthy, and CBS News.

A miracle is defined as an extraordinary event or marvel.

2020 is a flash point in history when the cracks in our leadership, health and humanity deepen each day.

But those cracks are also how the light gets in (see also: When things are falling apart, something new is coming together).

When life feels like it’s falling apart, read Robert’s story, and stay in the miracle.


Mind Muscle Miracles

Begins July 27th, 2020

Staying in the miracle sounds beautiful, and it is — but it can also be messy. Sometimes you feel like you’re gutting it out as you’re working towards whatever it is you want in your life.

That’s where I was at this spring when I was designing this group coaching program for you.

What’s the miracle in staring blankly at a computer screen, or procrastinating — and then being mad at myself?

After weeks of edits and changes that I call “renovations,” I came through it; and, wherever you are now in your life, I want to help you do that, too.

Join me for my upcoming six-week online group coaching program called Mind Muscle & Miracles.

The program begins Monday, July 27th.

What’s in it for you?

Change. Journey. Challenge. Transformation.


Well, we got all of that and more in 2020, and we are still in it. (Sorry for all of the mean things we said about you, 2019).

You need a soft place to land this summer to take care of yourself in an ever-changing world.

You can wait and wish for a “new normal,” or commit to a new quest:

  • Unpack your overloaded MIND of the stress, doubt, fear, grief, loneliness, and anger. I often say that hard times in life “have given me wisdom I did not ask for.” Now that you know what you know at this point, what are the possibilities?
  • Learn a new body language – Put these words on lockdown: bad, start over, fix, guilty, cheat. Put some MUSCLE into: respect, honor, energy, trust, strength.
  • A MIRACLE is defined as a “marvel or something wonderful that defies logic.” If there ever was a time for creating miracles, it’s now. You are at the helm of creating extraordinary personal and global changes that would have defied logic only six months ago.

It’s some mighty work.

And it’s also joyful and fun, because we need that now more than ever.

Inspiration. Motivation. Laughing. Learning. Conversation, and… challenges with top shelf prizes — thoughtful and unique self-care swag.

There’s also a generous payment plan option available, so you don’t have to say, “I wish I could , but…”

I’ve talked with many women over the years who wanted to participate in one of my programs, but the financial commitment was a factor.

I hope I’m offering a way for you to give yourself this gift.

I want this for you.

Isolation has become the norm this year, and we are meant to connect with each other.

I don’t want any woman who wants to be a part of this to be left behind.

There’s more Mind, Muscle & Miracles details coming your way.

Registration is coming soon!


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