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“Confessions of a Middle-Aged Hippie” is a book about the power of the human spirit. About taking the word “impossible” and … read more

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It felt very important to share the link to an amazing conversation I had recently with Anya Sophia Mann on her radio show Unwavering Strength.  A topic I believe we all relate to:  What Can You do if Your World Turns Upside Down? and in these topsy turvy times we live, this probably resonates in some way for so many of us.

Another amazing conversation I had recently was with Richard Rierson on his Dose of Leadership show. Those who had the opportunity to listen loved the free-flowing energy and exchange between the two of us. We covered so many topics and let the conversation go where it wanted. My favourite kind of conversation. You can listen to the replay by going here.

Love to hear what you thought of both of these shows once you  have the chance to listen!

Excited to share again my latest article, one that is outside my comfort zone as far as what I write about. It was an opportunity to stretch myself and trust my intuition to explore what called me to this marvellous story. You can read my new piece on the Huffington Post,Kafka & Langer: An Unusually Complex Friendship” which explores new translations of both men’s work and the unrequited love that evidence shows Langer had for Kafka. Read this fascinating story of uncovering a hidden piece of history, by going here.