Jennifer was interviewed for the TV show It’s a Woman’s World, where she discussed her perspective on drama as it pertains to women, where it comes from and the purpose it serves. Watch the 28-minute episode to learn more about why drama shows up in your life and ways you can respond more effectively so you don’t get sucked into it, but instead choose to thrive, drama-free!
The results are in: “Trump Triumphs”, or so the banners spouted the morning after the election.
If you’re like me and a lot of people I know, this news made you want to burst into tears on the spot or start planning your exodus to go work in the Arabella vineyards of South Africa.
So much energy has been poured into the election hype, drama and anticipation, and now we have to digest the reality that the Trump name will soon be on, not only businesses, books and bottles of vodka, but also the White House.
If there were ever a doubt that “energy flows where attention goes,” this election result should squash any lingering scraps of skepticism, demonstrating once and for all that what we focus on does indeed expand. Continue Reading…
Thank you to Jeff Moore for the invitation to be a guest writer on EverydayPowerBlog.com.
Jennifer was interviewed for The Accent Radio Show on KFAI Fresh Air Radio by host Jude Vales. The conversation explored the topics of coaching, what drama-free thriving truly is, and also steered into humanitarian work, since Jennifer visited Jude’s home land of Haiti in April 2016 for an Insight Trip to serve and connect.
Listen to the conversation below or stream on KFAI.org
Failure is a myth. There’s no such thing. What we call failure is really just a “missed mark.” It’s an unrealized goal or an incomplete vision. But being the humans that we are, we want to judge it—to slap a label on our outcomes—to compare ourselves and know where we rank, in an attempt to either validate an already poor self-image or to try to motivate ourselves to change and do better.
Focusing on failure never. got. nobody. nowhere. But paying attention to the available learnings and the opportunities did. Think about all the crazy-beautiful and useful things that exist in our world because of a presumable failure—Post It notes, the microwave, Penicillin, the slinky, X-rays, even chocolate chip cookies.
Helen Keller said, “When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.”
Thanks to Jeff Moore and EverydayPowerBlog.com for the invitation to contribute!
Local celebs Elizabeth Ries and Steve Patterson, hosts of Twin Cities Live, invited Jennifer as a guest during their “reset your new year” week to talk about making 2016 a drama-free year. Catch the interview HERE.
Many thanks to Kelli Hanson and Twin Cities Live for the opportunity to share the drama-free way with our community. @TwinCities_Live