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Every day that you get up and rise again to make the world better and push through your fear and doubt and bet on yourself you are a success. That’s what success looks like.
The easiest way to handle our doubt is to devise a plan. And as we always say here at TS Coaching and Consulting, you cannot stop a woman with a vision and a plan.
Every great idea died on this sentence: I just don’t know where to start. I can name one million times that I have started something for the first time. It began when I took my first step as a child, or when I ate my first real piece of food. Right? All of us are […]
All of us are starting from somewhere. Your somewhere might be different than mine, but at the end of the day the tools for how we get to where we are going next are very similar. I’m a first generation entrepreneur. I don’t have family that has shown me the way or financial support to […]
Today I got a call from an old boss and mentor. He was returning my call from last week and we were catching up about him finallllllyyyyy putting one of his most amazing scripts into production. He is going to make his second movie, ten years later. Early this morning I got word that one […]
This past week I’ve been reflecting on a lot of my failures. There was that time I bought the most amazing grey blazer and new sneakers, flew to LA to pitch a show to Netflix. Great meeting in the room, so much chatting and fun, and then a big fat no thank you from the […]
This past Sunday I was in a working session with a client designing a pitch and proposal. We had worked this out in her mind but were finally putting thoughts to paper. I asked her how she was feeling, the pitch was happening in two days and she was going up in front of a […]
When I was growing up my parents would tell me that it was really important that I trusted my instincts. “Learn to trust your instincts,” they would say when I came to them to solve a problem. Or even better, “What do you think?” they would ask when I wanted guidance. Contextually I think my […]