The Origins of Generosity Practice

It all started with my beautiful life in the San Francisco Bay Area in the early 2000s, where I had a great job, a dynamic spiritual community, and an ambitious choral group. My days were filled with helping tech companies understand their customers better, doing energy work so people could ... Read More

The 21 Things

In my work over the last 5 years teaching the Generosity Practice, I have identified 21 results form doing this practice. This from 10 minutes a day. You are energized. You cultivate a generosity towards yourself and others.  While you open up generously, you also calm down and ground yourself.You ... Read More

What the Generosity Practice Does for Business Owners

There are so many options for how to grow and sustain your business. You might wonder how to keep it all human, i.e. trust building and sustainable. The tool I use (as well as all my clients) for these challenges is Generosity Practice. If you've heard me talk about it, ... Read More

Dana Magnus – What is a B Corporation?

I love finding people who are masters of certain vehicles. Instagram. Email newsletters. Websites. I collect them as reference points for my work. If you are obsessed with someone on a channel, let me know and I'll likely add them to my list. ! Dana Magnus is a diva on ... Read More

Diane Meehan – How Pepperlane is Growing Organically and Exponentially

And now for a strong Nurturer marketer. A Nurturer is the Innate Marketing Genius type that leans in and makes things safe for others to thrive. Diane Meehan is the Director of Business Development at Pepperlane, an organization that helps moms build their businesses. I have been struck by their ... Read More

Brie Stephens – Real Estate Agent Bringing the Good Life

I recently gave a talk at a New Hampshire real estate agency, and I featured a master marketer and real estate agent, Brie Stephens. Owner of Lake Life Realty, Brie is a strong Celebrator, the Innate Marketing Genius type that brings the good life to her people. That's how she ... Read More

Passion is Not the Answer

When I talk to prospects, I sometimes hear this: "I want to have more passion in my marketing." or "It's so important to have passion in your work." or "Passion is so important." And I think to myself, "Nope." There's nothing wrong with having passion. But let's look at the ... Read More

Lynne Reznick: A Quiet Powerhouse of Marketing

It is tempting to shout to be heard, especially if you have lots of competition.  Lynne Reznick is a wedding photographer in Boston, MA who never shouts. I have always been impressed with Lynne’s marketing, including her Instagram feed, her targeted blog posts and photos, and her newsletter. She is ... Read More

Crushing it as a Steady Presence

Last year, I wanted to lose weight and get in better shape. I worked with Spectrum Fitness in Beverly MA - a place rooted in physical therapy, where everything is customizedto your health and strength-training needs. I lost 15 lbs and am stronger than I've ever been. Mike Stare owns ... Read More

Amanda Hammett: A Strong Voice Under Pressure

Amanda Hammett works with Fortune 100 companies to help them retain, inspire, recruit, and retain millennial talent. She was an early client, she influenced the path of my work, and she's done great things over the last 3 years. I feature her in every talk I do. Her marketing challenges? ... Read More