When was the last time you said "I love you" to yourself? Now that's an unusual question, isn't it? When is the last time you served as your own personal development coach
? I'm curious about your answer. Embrace your ...
What do I, a woman and your daughter, have to say to you on Father's day? When you let yourself be vulnerable it does not mean you are weak.
Matter of fact, being vulnerable—open, real, alive, honest, sharing "heartfully"—is the most innovative, creative and powerful place to live ...
"Having it All" and "Lean IN
", are the new hot ticket buzz words these days coming from Sheryl Sandberg's
, Facebook’s COO, latest book Lean In.
In my view Sandberg gives us some insightful ...
Do you have the courage to speak your “true,” as Voltaire
called it, and to listen? This is not easy for many of us.
In fact, not long ago I was at a meeting where we as a group needed to make a decision. I had thought about the topic, did some ...
A few years ago I heard a wise man make a suggestion I'd like to bring to you now. He recommended you purchase a beautiful notebook. This notebook is for you and your "revelations." You can share it's content or keep it private.
Perhaps you want to begin by remembering 2012 and the ...
The format and organization of the workshop was perfect. I was profoundly moved and experienced a deep sense of connection. Lynda you are a master; inspiring, supportive, a midwife of the soul. You are what you teach.
—Author, Clinical Psychologist
We participated in couple coaching with you for 5 years. We had recently been married and my husband and I decided to use coaching as a guideline to our marriage to assist us in making our dreams come true. It was such a positive experience we coached with Lynda for many years.
—IT Consultant, New York
. . . And once I could be who I truly am, my life became a joyous adventure instead of a frightening journey. My relationships with my friends and family flourished and deepened, my income doubled, I found hobbies I could become passionate about, and I fell in love and married a wonderful man. No, my life is not perfect and the journey is not without its bumps. But I love living it, mostly because Lynda helped me to above all, Love myself.
—CEO, Marketing Company
I am a 911 survivor. In working with you Lynda, both in coaching and psychotherapy, I not only put myself back together (after literally falling apart) but I discovered my deepest wisdom and a love of self I never really knew I had. My life, in all ways, has been changed forever both personally and professionally. Many personal transformations unfolded and I became the leader I always knew I was and could be at work. Now, I am on my way to making the professional changes needed to realize a truly inspired life where love, relationships, money and success all flow in abundance for me and others. I have no doubt that my life's direction and expression were profoundly altered as a result of my time with you. Even my somewhat skeptical husband (who has a M.D. and Ph.D.) came to hold you in high regard and recognized you are a masterful guide and a true asset for anyone looking to embark on the path of self-realization. Thank you.
—Fortune 100, Marketing Executive