In Life and Entrepreneurship the place we start is the same, but we don't all end up at the same.

I’ve spent most of my life living life on my own terms with the perfect tension. I took radical responsibility for my life and responsibilities.   I was a leader, loved my friends and family, pursued my dreams, while I overcame my mistakes.    Most of the time the tension was really perfect.  Not to little, not too much… You know what I mean.  I had mastered this tension triangle for years. 


Then one day this perfect tension triangle turned into a tornado. I very much lost myself, and did everything I could to find my way back. But the path was not only not clear, but it was no longer there. I decided it was my spouse’s fault. haha! After all, it had to be his fought. It was all good before then…..right…or was it?

You see, this was the life that I had dreamed of but the truth was, it felt more like Hell than the dream. Everything, I had known had gotten me to this far, but it was going to take more to get me to where I wanted to go.  To make room for that, I had to let some things go in order to make room for what I wanted.

So I decided  to do what I always did in the past.   Take radical responsibility in order to get what I want.  Boy did I.   I’ve since become a life coach and have created a successful coaching practice.  I’ve helped many people create what they want, and now I use all of my skills from my previous careers to help you do the same. 

Before ever thinking about coaching, I obtained my BSN in Nursing from Jacksonville State University in 1995, and had an extensive background in healthcare and healthcare administration.  I created created million dollar in revenue while running someone else’s company and managing 150 plus employees for years.   Before becoming a coach, I owned my own professional photography business at for several years.   Then in 2016, after working with women in photography with self- image issues, became a certified life and leadership coach on the John Maxwell Team.

Entrepreneurship is not for the faint at heart.  You provide so much for the economy  and for your families and  employees.  You know that you have something more of value finding your voice and rhythm is essential for that to happen.  You are one moment aware from creating what matters most to you.  From your profits to what’s most personal, it begins and ends with YOU. 

-Little Things I’ve done or Things I think.   

1. I once caught 48lb Mahi-mahi in Maui.
3. I ran the Peach-tree Road Race in Atlanta.
4. The Casket is a one-seater, Love your LIFE!
5. Question everything. 
6. Love is best when shared.   
8. Change a heart, you change a generation.
9. Every negative is followed by a positive.
10. Unmanaged doubt not failure is the problem.