your most courageous self awaits


I’ve been working on something, behind the scenes…a book. The title came to me in a flash, one day, and I wrote it down on a post-it note that would live on my computer for several months.

Your Most Courageous Self: the definitive guide to unparalleled bad-assery.

I didn’t want to write a new program that does a deep-dive into living with courage (I’ve already created that) and my vision for Your Most Courageous Self was clear: Kindle format, on Amazon, intended to be the inspirational launch point for releasing a person’s Most Courageous Self from the leash of “have to,” obligation, work-work-work-hustle-work, worry, over-thinking it, self-doubt, and…not having fun.

Your Most Courageous Self is a side of you that believes, wholeheartedly, in having fun and living a fully-alive life. She’s the inner bad-ass that’s sick of being on a leash. She wants to go, do, experience. She’s sick of caring what anyone thinks or trying to figure out all the steps, in advance, or any other joy-killer.

Get a free copy

Want a free copy, before it’s released on Amazon? Head to and become a YCL subscriber (already a subscriber? Fabulous! You’ll automatically receive everything).

Then, check your email on October 3rd. That’s when I’ll be sending out the download link to the Kindle and PDF versions, and…

– The audiobook
– Worksheets and other Most Courageous Self downloadable resources
– Information about how to participate in the Most Courageous Self challenge (#MCSchallenge) on or Not only is participating in the challenge a way to push yourself to take action and connect with other like-minded people who are interested in living more courageous lives, you’ll also have opportunities to enter for a free gift card giveaway.

Want to listen to the introduction?
Here it is:

bari tessler art of money


In this interview with Bari Tessler, author of The Art of Money, we discuss:

– How body-based practices can deepen your connection to money
– Why you’re not alone with the “stuff” that comes up around money
– When you know you want to change your money issues, but aren’t sure how, here’s where you start.

Learn more about Bari and The Art of Money at

laura simms your career homecoming


In this interview with Laura Simms, creator of the Purpose Paradigm and Your Career Homecoming, we talk about

– why finding a new career can feel so difficult,
– how to bring courage and meaning to the process
– getting underneath your career change fears
– what to do when you have “too many interests”
– and why starting with purpose, not passion, is more effective.

Learn more about Laura and Your Career Homecoming at