Surround Yourself With the Right People

Who is on your team? If you are saying to yourself “What team?” then I can suppose that you have not formed a team of people around you to help you build a successful life.  You cannot go it alone.  A standard philosophy in personal development is that you must have like-minded people around you that challenge […]

Get Some Rose Colored Glasses

Constant criticizers make my eyes water. Overly-sensitive, insecure backbiters make my stomach turn. Liars make my ears bleed. Manipulators make my blood boil. Fakers make my head hurt. My eyes, stomach, ears, blood and head are all physically affected by the aforementioned persons. However, my heart is steadfast in love for them.  How can that […]

Seeing is Believing, Right?

Is this an old woman? Or a Young Woman?What you see is a reflection of your mindset. Seeing in believing? Certainly.  But is what we believe true? We can only interpret what we see by what we believe to be true.We see with our eyes. However, we interpret what we see with our brains.  The eye […]

Balance Schmalance!

It is no surprise that many of my fellow life coaches and counselors disagree with my philosophy on balance.  After all many coaches and counselors make a living with clients who seek “balance” in their lives. In my personal opinion AND EXPERIENCE I believe that the notion of life balance sets women up for failure […]

Kicking My "But"

Life Coach, Kamryn Adams When I was a little girl there was a Saturday morning cartoon called “School House Rock” from which I learned about conjunctions: “and”, “or” and the ubiquitous “BUT”.  Conjunctions link two thoughts together to give us a full picture of the scenario.  How we feel about ourselves can be directly linked to […]

Loose Lips Sink Ships

My great-grandmother used to say, “People will ask you anything if you answer.”  My great aunt used to say, “A woman who will tell her age will tell anything.”  My grandmother always warned us that “loose lips sink ships.”   They each had their own way of telling us not to talk too much.   […]

Never Safe, Not Sorry

When we speak of life’s “ups and downs” I like to think of them in this context: There are moments when we are full of faith and courage. Then there are moments when we are fearful and uncertain. Unless you learn to face your fears (and essentially ignore them) you will play it safe over […]

Judge Correctly or Just Don’t Judge

Coach Kamryn Adams warns gives truths she learned from judging others.