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  • I recently attended one of those online networking meetings where they have specific questions for attendees to answer. One of the questions they asked was, “What are you looking for that we might be able to help you with?” Since I frequently work with newer...

  • When I was growing up on the farm with my mom and two sisters, if we wanted to learn

  • How many times do you follow up with someone after a sales conversation if they don’t buy on the first call?

  •   Have you ever seen that movie A League of Their Own? The story is based on a real women’s baseball league that was created in 1943 after the men went to fight in World War II.

  • If you’ve hung around me for any length of time, you know that I am no stranger to cursing. In fact, one of my favorite stories to share about my son Julian is

  • I’ve heard from three separate people this week how frustrated they are by their lack of progress in their business. One said that he felt like he had accomplishments, but nothing was “popping.”

  • Are you on Clubhouse yet? (if you’re not and you want to be, let me know and I’ll send you an invite). I’ve been enjoying getting to know people on there and have listened

  • Very early in my coaching career, I had a sales conversation with a woman I had met at a networking event. I’m embarrassed to admit that I gave her a low-ball quote that was half of what other coaches were charging.

  • I heard a song for the first time called “Learn to Lose” by Bakermat. (Looking it up on YouTube I see it has 10 million views, so clearly I’m a bit out of the loop.) These lyrics in particular jumped out at me:

  • At the start of a new year, we all come down from our holiday sugar high and say “Ok, I’m ready to get this year on track.”

  • Just about everyone I know has an ongoing and never-ending to-do list. Typically the tasks get rolled over from one day to the next, and although some completed tasks drop off, new tasks are always piling on.

  • It’s one of the most common complaints I hear from my clients, especially at this time of year: “I’m overwhelmed. Help!”

  • Many of us have a tradition of sharing what we’re grateful for around the Thanksgiving table. It’s a time when we acknowledge the bounty of what we have – the people we love, our health, our homes, and the food we’re about to share. Usually...

  • On the farm where I grew up in western PA, we had two large Macintosh apple trees just to the side of the house. Every year these trees would bloom and then produce prolific amounts of apples, which would fall and

  • Alice Walker said, “The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” This quote was on my mind this morning for obvious reasons – today is, after all, Election Day.

  • When I start coaching new clients, the first thing we do together is a process called a Vision Roadmap. Through this process, we create a clear, vibrant, powerful vision

  • This week I finally stopped procrastinating, and accomplished something I’ve wanted to do all year.

  • I took a $10,000 coaching program once that promised to help me create “quantum leap” breakthrough results in my business.

  • Every morning, I listen to guided meditations on a meditation app. I enjoy experimenting with a variety of styles and teachers.

  • Did you know I grew up on a sheep farm? Yep, when I was 5 years old, my mother gave up her cushy life as a Pittsburgh suburban housewife

  • The number 1 frustration I hear from my clients about why their business isn’t growing is that they don’t have enough sales.

  • Is there something that you’ve wanted to do for a really long time, but just haven’t gotten done? For me that “something” is to write a book.

  • Recently, I attended an event for entrepreneurs where the discussion topic was SMART goals. If you’ve ever done any research on the most effective ways to

  • Ever hear about the “Inbox Zero” email philosophy, where by the end of the day you have zero emails in your inbox? Yeah, that’s not me.

  • Liz Wolfe is featured on Josh Wilson’s podcast ‘Uncensored Advice for Men’

  • Liz Wolfe is featured on Josh Wilson’s podcast ‘Uncensored Advice for Men’

  • Liz Wolfe is featured on Josh Wilson’s podcast ‘Uncensored Advice for Men’

  • I just got back from the doctor. I had noticed swelling under my right arm, and because I had lymphoma in 2007, I take these things very seriously. The earliest appointment I could get was for this morning.

  • My husband Jon and daughter Isabel spent this past weekend at our upstate house and Isabel came home with this story:

  • Last week I wrote a blog post with tips about ways to stay productive during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • I had a revelation about time one afternoon when I was chatting with my aunt.

  • I’m hosting a free weekly group Zoom call to support our community of entrepreneurs. We meet on Wednesdays at 1:00 PM EST.

  • Are these crazy times or what? In all my years of business I’ve never experienced anything like it – even having lived through events as severe as 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy.

  • I don’t know about you, but I never even heard the word “coronavirus” in my entire life until this whole situation started blowing up.

  • 8%. That’s the percentage of people who actually accomplish the goals that they set at the beginning of a new year.

  • In the last couple weeks, my inbox has been inundated with emails entreating me to have my Best. Year. Ever!!

  • Love it or hate it, networking is a great way to grow your business and make sales.

  • When my daughter Isabel was four years old, I took her with me to my hairdresser,

  • Part 2 of a 2-part series (click here for part 1 to learn about why New Year’s resolutions don’t work.)

  • If you’re a regular at a gym you know that all the equipment is taken from January 1 through mid-February

  • My mother used to tell a story about a Christmas morning early in her marriage to my father.

  • My daughter came home crying last week. She recently got her first job, picking up a neighborhood boy once a week from his after school program

  • Monday was a major milestone in my family’s life. My son Julian graduated from high school.

  • A hot topic these days is why the “1%” have accumulated so much wealth.

  • Last weekend, I felt completely humiliated at church. On that Sunday, we were planning a special service honoring women.

  • Part 2 of a 2-part series (click here for part 1 to learn about why New Year’s resolutions don’t work.)

  • If you’re a regular at a gym you know that all the equipment is taken from January 1 through mid-February

  • Happy Anniversary to me!  That’s right, I’ve been married to my husband Jon for 21 years as of last week.

  • Last month I went to a stimulating business conference in Orlando. Surprisingly, the most memorable learning experience for me came out of a nature walk I took on the hotel grounds.

  • Did you know that a major obstacle keeping people from achieving their goals is that they spend their mental energy on solving problems they don’t even have?

  • I left my laptop on a NYC subway. Yep, I was taking my daughter to a dance camp in Brooklyn and I left the computer bag on the D train.

  • Would you ever get into your car and start to drive without a destination in mind?

  • I just threw away $75 in Borders gift cards. Before ultimately admitting defeat, I had confidently gone to barnesandnoble.com to redeem them.

  • A hot cup of coffee. Crispy, almost burnt toast. An uncomfortable sense that I’m already behind in my day.

  • I woke up yesterday angry at America. Angry at the world! And angry at my kids.

  • “He didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.” Clarence Budington Kelland I saw this quote posted on Facebook on Father’s day.

  • At the beginning of my seminars I ask attendees to share what they want to create as a result of participating.

  • Anyone who knows me well knows that I am an Olympics fanatic.

  • Growing up on the farm, my family was often featured in local newspapers.

  • I ended 2013 uncharacteristically grumpy. I felt on the brink of tears or anger for much of the last couple of weeks of the year, without really being able to identify why.

  • I don’t know when time started to speed up, but in the past few years I’ve noticed that once school begins

  • In 2007 I was diagnosed with lymphoma. In that moment when I heard the doctor say “You have a malignant, aggressive cancer”

  • Last week, while my sister and I were having breakfast at my country house, a bear walked across my lawn.

  • When you think about your vision, do you think about what your life will look like in the future?

  • A hot topic in the news these days is why the “1%” have such a disproportionately large amount of accumulated wealth

  • My daughter had a “publishing” party at her school recently, and so, instead of driving her as I usually do, we took public transportation.

  • An old friend and her husband have a six year old son who was diagnosed with “moderate to severe” ADHD.

  • Years ago in New York, it was common to see people handing out flyers in the subway.

  • I have a friend whose daughter goes to a competitive middle school on the UWS.

  • When I anticipated motherhood, I only pictured two phases of their childhood

  • I have two older sisters – two brilliant, creative, beautiful, expressive and overshadowing older sisters.

  • Thinking back to my youth, I can definitively say that 7th grade was the worst ever.

  • Growing up, my father, two sisters, and I took many road trips to visit relatives for summer vacations.

  • When I was a child, we had a family friend who we would often visit on Saturdays.

  • There’s nothing quite like the satisfaction of getting something done that I’ve wanted to do for a long time.

  • My mother used to say, “It’s always something.” I’ve been looking forward to going upstate for quite a while.

  • After Hurricane Sandy, a graduate of the Abundance & Prosperity workshop, Will Romero, wrote these words:

  • I recently read a moving and insightful book called 365 Thank Yous: The Year a Simple Act of Daily Gratitude Changed My Life

  • Did you watch the presidential debate last night? I did, and boy, was it stimulating.

  • Growing up in a rural community, I attended a small elementary school, where the school lunch was 35 cents.

  • I’m a singer, and all my life, I’ve wanted to play the guitar so that I could accompany myself.

  • My husband Jon’s grandparents lived right around the corner from him while he was growing up, and I was lucky to have met Jon while they

  • Personal Growth vs. Transformation The model of “personal growth” has been consistent throughout the “empowerment” age:

  • People who know me well know I love the Olympics. You might even go so far as to call me a fanatic.

  •   The word “like” has invaded our speaking the same way the kudzu has invaded the South.

  • I was grumpy yesterday morning. A few months ago, I spent some time researching camps for my kids.

  • Back in the days when we were dating, one of the activities Jon and I often did with our friends was go to the movies.

  • Last night, I was sitting in paradise. I was on the front porch of my country house, watching the most spectacular natural light show I’ve ever seen.

  • Today, I was feeling in a bit of a funk. I was doing things I typically enjoy, but not getting any satisfaction out of them.

  • Sometimes I let my vision take a back seat to my day to day life. Gotta get the kids up for school, gotta get to work, ride the subway, make the dinner,

  • It starts innocently enough. I “just” want to go on to Facebook to check on one thing.

  • Usually a New Year inspires us to make resolutions and usually those resolutions include actions we’re going to take to get us more of what we want in life.

  • I had a difficult morning with Isabel one morning, and did some thinking about it after the fact. I had the following insights and wanted to share them:

  • Welcome to the practice of the principles of Abundance and Prosperity! I began my own abundance and prosperity journey 23 years ago when I arrived in NYC