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Enlightened Men are Invited Too

Nov 5th, 2012 | By | Category: Peaceful Entrepreneur

We sent out an invitation to everyone associated with Living Your Dreams about the Enlightened Sisterhood yesterday. A few good men emailed and wanted to know if they are welcome to join.  Absolutely! If you align with these principles and are supportive of enlightened women,  please feel free to join us. We already have a […]



You Are Invited To Become a Member of The Enlightened Sisterhood

Nov 2nd, 2012 | By | Category: Peaceful Entrepreneur

You are invited to become a member of The Enlightened Sisterhood. It is time for all of us sisters to come together and learn, grow and collaborate for the good of each other and the world. Here are the 7 Principles of The Enlightened Sisterhood: 1.    Stewardship 2.    Collaboration 3.    Purpose 4.    Spiritual Awareness 5.   […]



WELLthy Life magazine is out!

Oct 16th, 2012 | By | Category: Peaceful Entrepreneur

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Inspiring Story

Mar 28th, 2012 | By | Category: Peaceful Entrepreneur

In this video, I share an inspiring story from my award-winning book,” I Can’t Believe I Get Paid To Do This!” To learn more about this book and order it, go here.



What is Intuition?

Jun 4th, 2010 | By | Category: Success

The Mystery of Intuition by Stacey Mayo, The Sentelligent Coach I had a conversation with a new friend recently who happens to be very sensitive and intutiive . . . yes, the two go together. But she has not developed her intuitive abilities due to an internal conflict. Her particular conflict was religious. It made […]



You Were Not Meant to Fit In

Mar 11th, 2010 | By | Category: Peaceful Entrepreneur, Risk

You Were Not Meant to Fit In by Stacey Mayo, The Sentelligent Coach You were not meant to be in a box and fit in. You were meant to be uniquely you And to make a splash in the big pond of life. So splash away, Be messy. Allow it to cause ripples and waves […]



Lessons from a Gold Medal Champion

Feb 26th, 2010 | By | Category: Success

There is so much we can learn from watching the Olympics. A great example of that is Shaun White, the gold medal snowboarder. I saw an interview with him and he talked about having a big fall at the X-games before coming to the Olympics where he missed his landing and crashed and cut his […]



Putting the “Play” back in “Playing Big”

Sep 16th, 2009 | By | Category: Peaceful Entrepreneur

Nearly 1/3 of the people in my Peaceful Entrepreneur survey said they were playing too small and that was affecting their peacefulness. So how do you play big and remain peaceful? How do you juggle all the balls that need to be handled when you are playing big? For what reason do you want to […]



Working Too Hard for Too Little Money?

Sep 1st, 2009 | By | Category: Peaceful Entrepreneur

Nearly one-third of the respondents from the Peaceful Entrepreneur survey said they were working too hard for too little money. So let’s take a look at what this is about. There is a tendency for people who are just starting in business to undervalue their services and their worth. As you grow your business, confidence […]



Can You See ME?

Aug 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Peaceful Entrepreneur

You probably know about cover-ups from your experience with others and from what you are doing in your own life. When a big name person or big company get’s caught in a cover up, we are all pretty quick to critique and condemn them for not being more forthright, honest or fair. Examples of this include…Martha […]