This is my 50th blog post! It's taken me a few years to get to this point, but consistency over time always leads to great outcomes. Thanks to those of you who have been along for the journey since the very beginning! In challenges times, we still can have great outcomes. We get them when… Continue reading Beware of the Silent Slide
I lost a few clients last week. No one is immune from our current reality. I call people who back out of deals "Betty Backout." We don't have to just fold our cards and sing an ode to Kenny Rogers: "You got know when to hold em....know when to fold em...know when to walk away....know… Continue reading How to CALM Down Betty-Backout
Burnout is a serious epidemic. It will affect most people at some point in their life. As someone who burnt out herself, I'm passionate about educating people on how to avoid it, or at least lesson it's impact. In my new book Beyond the Board: How to Achieve Your Vision Board Goals in a Fulfilling… Continue reading Sustainability Formula – Excerpt from Beyond the Board!
We have mice. My husband found some mice in an outside storage shed a few weeks ago. And he set up traps and got most of them over the course of one gruesome month. The problem was that they had gotten at a ton of our things and we had to go through the cardboard… Continue reading Fighting the Trap of Unfulfilling Success
What's the coolest thing you've heard someone achieve after putting it on their vision board?!? We're told how many successful people do them. And who hasn't seen "The Secret?" Oprah constantly preaches mindfulness and asking for what you want. We know they are powerful to do...but why do so few people put them together? Last… Continue reading Creating a Vision Board for a Clear Future
This is my first official blog post after changing the domain from rjgs123s to risewithrebecca and I'm excited about it's new direction! I began the blog in 2016 to share my insights about business and life. I wasn't sure where it would be going because when I began it, I was staying at home with… Continue reading Ladies: Own Your Value
I was hormonal, crying, pregnant, and cold as I sat in my car talking with a former co-worker. "Do you need to work right now?!" he asked me. "What do you mean? I've always worked." I worked the long hours, traveled a lot. I climbed the ladder. He asked me why I was still working… Continue reading Own Your Story
I was out to happy hour last week with a friend and I randomly commented that everyone knows about the freshman 15, but no one mentions the 35/10. You know, the 10 pounds that randomly hangs on your thighs and hips with a grip that gives Wonder Woman a run for her money. And she… Continue reading Random Things No One Tells You