Lessons in Trust

Hey all. Remember me?  Sorry it has been a bit since I have written. I have been busy actively adapting to the new normal. As a society, we have been going through a major overhaul. We are learning to look at ourselves and our lives differently. Nothing like a two-year house arrest to give us […]

Giraffe / Jirafe

Spectacularly Perfect Events

I love the coincidences of the universe. These coincidences may seem random and unconnected but eventually if one puts the pieces together great insight and support can be found in these coincidences. The coincidences I am talking about are the times when we say, “Isn’t that weird?” or “What are the chances?” or “Wasn’t it lucky this happened?” Over the years I learned that these are not coincidences but Spectacularly Perfect Events (SPE) as I call them, sent to guide us down the right path.

It's My Life Inc.

“Overnight” Success

It seems many business success stories are told the same way.  The story starts at the pivotal point where the right investor, economic issue, resource, or other element pops into place launching a billion dollar business idea.  If I were to share my friend Camilo’s story this way, it would start out:  From out of […]

pulling a tube behind a boat

Focus and Trust

My husband and I were lucky enough to take a few days off of work so we could have a relaxing cruise on the Chain of Lakes.  One day we met up with a friend and his children.  The kids wanted to go tubing behind the boat.  My husband and our friend took turns driving […]

It's My Life Inc.


How often do we think and think and think through a problem only to feel that the logical answer is not correct? How often do we become sad and depressed when the logical, cognitive answer is not the one that makes our heart sing? How often do we receive flashes of insight on what to do or say? How often do we just “feel in our gut” what to do?

Research conducted by the Kellogg School of Management shows us how our intuition can be more correct than our logic. . .