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Energy Reboot 3

Energy Reboot is a practice of checking in with oneself throughout a day. It combines intentional breathing with a quick stretch. It’s important that it is quick ( about 20 seconds) because it’s meant to be practiced frequently throughout the day.

I've been doing the practice since at least 2017.  It’s been deeply helpful. It has supported me through big shifts in my business, as well as getting me joyfully through my daily work. The key is consistently doing it.

Since this post is named Energ…

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Should you create “irresistible” offers?


Check out the following lines. It’s from a sales page by people I like and respect, but there are some outdated, manipulative ideas:

  • You’ll learn secrets for sharing what you do that produce instant trust and desire in your ideal clients…

  • You’ll learn how to share your story so people lean in and get an “intuitive hit” that they need to work with you…

  • You’ll learn how to create your unique, aligned, and irresistible marketing statement!

There’s no need to go looking for who wrote t…

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Your True Fans -- focus on them instead of getting "more traffic"


Some marketing experts want you to focus on “list-building” or getting lots of “traffic”.

It can make us start to do things that are inauthentic. For example, using “lead magnets” to grow an email list, or making popular posts on social media that aren’t true to our business or authenticity. 

What if instead we focus on serving the just right "people", instead of always getting more “traffic”? The shift seems subtle, but it’s important: a more relational language continually trains us …

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Let Go of the Need to Make a Good First Impression


Many of us grow up hearing “You only get one chance at making a good first impression.” We are taught this when applying for schools, for jobs, and when finding friends and partners. 

It’s no wonder that so many people are blocked from their authentic creativity. I also believe this is why so many of us are not consistent in creating content, due to this deep philosophical limitation.

Years ago I encountered this quote, which had a life-shifting impact for me: 

“Do not be too timid and squ…

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Sell Only to the Eager 10%


​We become inauthentic when we try to persuade people.

When you’re in the energy of trying to “get” someone to believe you and to buy your thing, it becomes too easy to say whatever you think the other person wants to hear. You lose your grounding and integrity.

Instead, what if you sell only to people who will quickly understand the value of what you’re selling?

When speaking to potential clients, only describe your services, in detail, to the interested.

When creating an email or webpage to d…

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