What do you want? Do you know? When I first began coaching LDS women I discovered that many of them didn’t allow themselves to want. They felt like wanting might mean they were not grateful for what they had or that it was not keeping their priorities in check. Other times I work with clients who find the wanting to be painful because they don’t believe they can have what they want. Today I am going to teach you why I believe that wanting, when done from abundance, is a virtue. I’ll teach you how to get to abundance and why this is an important part of your existence.

I’m a Mormon. This is not a surprise to you I hope. But today I want to talk with you about why I’m a Mormon. I want you to decide why you believe whatever you believe because the why matters. Are you a Mormon because of the community? Is it because of a certain church leader? Is it because of Joseph Smith? Are you a Mormon by default or is it rooted in sound doctrine that makes your life better? Just something to consider. Tune in to learn how I answered this question for myself.

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Today I’m teaching you the way to have deeper, more fulfilling friendships and how to show up when you meet new people in a way that feels confident and helps you attract your tribe. We’re also talking about what to do when you don’t get invited out and you’re feeling hurt about that. Tune in to learn how to be and have great friends so you can maximize this amazing part of this life.


Whether you’re setting big goals or just navigating the changes of life, learning to master skills will serve you well. Sure there are skills that are obvious like playing an instrument or a sport, but I want you to consider the skill of being uncomfortable, overcoming procrastination, and being more patient. Today I’m teaching you the 4 steps to skill mastery. For each phase I’ll be describing it and helping you identify what you need to move through it to the next phase. Let’s see what you create when you get good at mastering any skill you want to have.

Crystal and Sean live an amazing life. They’ve been successful in their endeavors in blogging and Network Marketing and today they’re sharing how they’ve created these results for themselves. But they are not amazing people because of their success. Instead, you’ll hear as you listen to them, that their success has come because they first have chosen deliberately who they want to be. Listen up as they tell you their story and make sure to grab your ticket to the Wannabe Balanced Live Event put on by Crystal and featuring Sean and myself as keynote speakers.

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Forgiveness is a divine attribute. We are commanded to repent and seek His forgiveness and we are also commanded to forgive others. But only every time. But how? How do we know if we’ve been forgiven and what is Godly sorrow? Forgiveness is not something you do. It’s a change in the way you think and feel about someone else. It’s your opportunity to be a higher version of you. It’s not easy work but it’s available and on today’s episode I’m giving you some tools to put this important principle into action in your life.

When we have a challenge, most of us become focused on figuring out what to do. We share advice with one another about what to do and we search for the right action to solve the problem. But none of our action is as effective as it could be if we stop and align our intentions first. Intentionality creates a more effective result whether you’re lifting weights or disciplining your child. Today I’m teaching you more about this concept and how to utilize it in your life.

What is respect anyway? What qualities do we look for in someone that we respect? Today I’m walking you through a closer look at respect and then we take what we learn and apply it to self respect. In today’s world of instant gratification and concentrated pleasure, erosion of self respect is a problem. When you learn to respect yourself, you’ll live a higher life. Check out today’s episode for more.

Today I’m talking with Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Tony Overbay about narcissism, depression and anxiety, and his advice to couples struggling in their marriages. Tony is so insightful and as you’ll see, he never takes himself too seriously. Please enjoy this episode where we dive into these topics and more.

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Ever have a shame attack? Happens to us all from time to time, right? I had one this week. It was a great opportunity for me to practice what I preach. Today I’m sharing my experience with you and giving you the steps to deal with a shame attack and come out stronger on the other side.

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