Boss Mom

One of my former clients sent me her success story last week.

She had her second baby last year while growing her business. She set some goals that seemed big and scary…

And she met them.

She had plans in her brain about what she wanted to do…

And she did them.

She is creating her life, rather than being at the effect of it.

One of my favorite things about her is that she is clear on her priorities and what she really wants.

She hired me to help her make her life happen – the way she wanted it to.


Are you true to your priorities? Do you create what you want? Are you willing to believe that more is possible for you?

I hope you’ll consider it.

Have an amazing day, one thought at a time!


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I don’t believe in second chances

It’s *Think it Thursday* and I don’t believe in second chances…

At least I don’t believe it ends there.

You may have set a goal for 2018. And you may already feel that you’re failing.

Or the fear that you will fail might be lingering in the back of your mind.

That doubt and fear, is the worst. And when we fear we won’t make it, we usually don’t.

It’s not so much the fear of failing this time that’s the issue. It’s the fear that we’ll never succeed at all.

Imagine for a minute…

Think about a lofty goal that you have.

What if you knew, without a doubt, that you’d achieve it.

What if a crystal ball revealed it, and you knew it would happen.

How much different would your experience of failure be then?

If you overate today, you wouldn’t stay stuck in defeat. You would know it was just a set back and you’d keep going.

If you yelled at your kids (again), you could assure yourself that you would get better and to keep trying.

If you went over budget because you forgot to account for that one thing- it wouldn’t be the end of the world. You would know you were learning. And for sure, you would get there.

Where are you falling short of your expectations and what would be different if you knew you would get there? How can you instill that hope and willingness to persevere?

The magic of becoming better is that you always get more than just a second chance. You have a lifetime to get there.


Don’t quit.

And you’ll get there.

Have a great day, one thought at a time!
-Molly Claire

Are You Better?

new year new you

Are you better off now than you were a year ago? Is your health better? Do you yell at your kids any less? Have you reduced your level of stress and increased your level of personal achievement?

The problem with New Year’s resolutions is that we rarely place them in the bigger picture of where we are actually trying to go with our lives.

We pick something that sounds like a great idea, and before we know it… it’s mid-February and the great idea is a distant memory.

Equally important as setting goals, is reflecting on how far we’ve come.

In my BLOG this week I share an easy (and super important) idea about how you can focus on how far you’ve come over the last year. I talk there about how easy it is to ignore our milestones, rather than celebrating or building upon them. This is a huge wasted opportunity – so be sure to check it out here.

When you ask yourself today, “Am I better off than I was a year ago?” I want you to also imagine how you’ll answer that question next year.

Will you be better off?

Will you have met your goals and improved your relationships?

Will you be one step closer to being the person you really want to be?

If you want the answer to these questions to be yes, then what is your plan to get there?

You are always either moving closer to your goals, or farther away from them. There is no standing still.

If you want to take 2017 seriously, I’m here to help you.

I’ve got a complimentary mini session waiting for you in January. Let’s assess how we can move you toward that “better you” that’s coming in the new year.

Is she less stressed and more confident with daily life as a mom?

Is she more connected with her kids or her husband?

Does her side-business take off?

Does she finally learn how to practice self-care, so she can feel energized again?

Let’s talk about what’s in store for you, and how to make it happen.