In my recent survey - and please complete here if you have not already! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/susieneedsme - the vast majority of you shared with me that what you struggle most with is believing in yourself. This week I decided to share with you...
Yes, has magic within it. So often we are afraid of life -- we fear failure, we anticipate the worst, we don't know what to expect. In doing so and often by saying "no" to opportunities, we reject many of...
You know I just looooove to talk about things that are worth of our attention and energy.  Like our passions, our talents and our self-confidence. And how to ask for what we want. Today is a little different. I am going...
Happy Sunday everyone! I was sitting on the train reading one of my newest Amazon book arrivals earlier this summer.  The train was quiet and me and it were just humming along together.  Coffee in one hand, new book in...
Ever a party where you don't know many people and just wanted to head for the nearest exit? I've been there (hey, were you at the same party)??! Today's video is about overcoming this feeling of being nervous around other...
Hello from an unseasonably warm and gorgeous New York City! Are you just not loving your job just now?  Or could you use a little energy boost once Monday rolls around again tomorrow?  Then this video is for you! Believe it...
1. How we talk to ourselves matters. Even our worst enemies don’t talk about us the way we talk to ourselves. I call this voice the obnoxious roommate living in our head. It feeds on putting us down and exploiting...
This video is inspired by an article that I previously wrote, which resulted in a lot of questions from readers.  From a young age, we’re usually told not to ask a lot of questions—don’t interrupt the teacher; hold your comments until the...
Today I am here to talk to you about a magical two-letter word - the word "No." Saying no and feeling OK about it is something we all aspire to. And summertime can be a particularly frantic period as...
“Comparison is the thief of joy,” said Buddha. So why do we constantly compare ourselves to others? There is some comfort in being surrounded by people like us — same city, similar interests, even matching income levels. Then someone “does...

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