• Inspiring Catalyst: Caroline Casey, Advocate for People with Disabilities

    May 14, 2015

    I came across this powerful TED talk from Caroline Casey who shares an inspiring personal story and how it has led her to become a crusader for people with special needs. She urges us to look beyond our limits in order to find out what we are truly capable of doing. How many times have you faced a […]

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  • Reflections on my Birthday

    Reflections on my Birthday - A year's worth of lessons | www.iCatalyze.org
    Apr 29, 2015

    I was hesitant to post this because I felt I might be getting too personal for the blog. But, I realized that we all have ups and downs and nobody is perfect. So, I thought I would share my birthday reflections to give you more of a glimpse into my world and hopefully it can […]

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  • Catalyst Question: What’s Holding you Back?

    Catalyst Question: What is Holding you Back? | Is there something you want to do, but you’re feeling stuck? Follow these tips to get you going! | icatalyze.org
    Apr 21, 2015

    Is there something you want to do, but you’ve been feeling stuck? Maybe you’re not moving forward as fast as you’d like, or you are reluctant to take the next step (or the first step)? This week’s Catalyst Question invites you to revisit your goal and identify: What is holding you back? By pinpointing what […]

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  • The Mind Body Connection of Emotions

    Apr 13, 2015

    Have you ever felt “a shiver down your spine” when you got excited or “butterflies in your stomach” when you were nervous? Well, you may not have been too far off. A recent study by a team of scientists in Finland has found that “emotional states are associated with topographically distinct and culturally universal bodily sensations.” […]

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  • Spread some Love Today: Random Tweets of Kindness #RTOK

    Mar 11, 2015

    I’ve mentioned before the importance of reaching out and letting people we know how much they mean to us. Showing our gratitude has a double impact because it makes the receiver feel happy and also strengthens our relationship with that person. Is there anyone out there that has helped you out personally or professionally, or […]

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  • Catalyst Question: What do I want?

    Mar 3, 2015

    In this new feature, I will pose a question every week. Catalyst Questions are meant to encourage self-reflection and open you up to new possibilities! What do I want? This seemingly simple question is underrated. In many of my conversations with coaching clients, I notice a recurring theme. I have noticed that when we’re facing […]

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  • Deepening Relationships through Letter-Writing

    Jan 11, 2015

    We all have special people in our lives, from friends and family, to co-workers and team mates. But how often do we let them know how much they mean to us? I am true believer that whatever we put out into the world is what we will receive, and so I want to make sure […]

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  • 2015 Resolutions: Keeping it simple

    Jan 5, 2015

    Hi Catalyzers! It’s a New Year and I look forward to bringing you more exciting iCatalyze content and inspiration in 2015! This time of year provides a great opportunity to take a moment for ourselves and contemplate. As you set goals for the new year, it helps to think about what you are passionate about and […]

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  • You are Enough!

    Jul 14, 2014

    I’ve always been a fan of Colbie Caillat’s sweet songs and melodies, and now I love her even more! Her latest music video for the song, “Try” is beautiful because of it’s simplicity. Her message is clear: you are enough. We live in constant inundation of images and messages from the media as well as […]

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  • Young Women Looking Toward the Future

    Jul 14, 2014

    I had the privilege of meeting a delightful group of young ladies visiting from Mexico. They are part of the Leaders Now International network and have completed a year’s worth of leadership development courses, workshops and service activities to develop their own skills and interests. I had the opportunity to give them a talk and share some […]

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