Never Let Fear Decide Your Future

Life is a matter of perspective and acknowledgment. Change is scary, but allowing fear to stop you will not allow you to grow. One year ago today, I walked into Title Professionals of Florida and signed the paperwork to sell my dream house on the water in Cape Coral. My home on the Bimini Basin,Continue reading “Never Let Fear Decide Your Future”

What not to say on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s day is a special day to celebrate romance and love. It is a celebration to demonstrate love and affection between two people. My Valentine’s Day last year provided a nice list of what not to do or say to the love of your life on this special day.   What not to do or sayContinue reading “What not to say on Valentine’s Day”

Eyes Tell Your Story – Beauty Tip

I love to share some of my favorite products with people. No, I do not get free products or a royalty by sharing this with you. Today were are focusing on eyelashes. An eyelash or simply lash is one of the hairs that grow at the edge of the eyelid. It grows in one layer on the edge ofContinue reading “Eyes Tell Your Story – Beauty Tip”

My Precious Angel Megan

At 2:44 AM on the 11th day of January 2002, Heaven gained an angel, Megan Marie Peterson. I can remember this day as vividly as if it was yesterday. We had tried for numerous years to get pregnant with Megan. I endured many different tests, procedures, surgeries, and fertility drugs. In August 2001, the long-awaitedContinue reading “My Precious Angel Megan”

An Impression of a Lifetime

A leader positively impacts others by doing the right things – doing them well with high integrity, strong values, consistency, and reliability. These leaders can inspire others to reach their full potential. That is exactly what Jack Salentine, former Boldt corporate CFO, did for me. I have two very fond memories that I carry withContinue reading “An Impression of a Lifetime”

Courage, Compassion and Connection

I used to joke with a friend of mine that his dictionary must have been missing the “C” section when he was young. He had no compassion and had a hard time connecting, and although he appeared to be overly confident, he lacked courage. I also said that kindness should have started with a “C,”Continue reading “Courage, Compassion and Connection”

Superstitious in a Power Suit and Heels

I talked with a dear friend of mine this afternoon, reliving what it means when they say it takes a village to raise your kids. I can remember when I had a crucial business meeting for an extensive multi-million dollar project. The executive team I was going to meet with had flown in the nightContinue reading “Superstitious in a Power Suit and Heels”