"Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen."

Brene Brown

Are you resisting (or ignoring) the obvious?

By Patty K

About 3 months ago, I started mapping out a serious business plan for myself. By early December, I had the whole thing laid out. Outlines for courses, workshops and info products ranging from entry level all the way up to exclusive mastermind program. All in order of priority for development and release. The marketing plan…

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Is consistency always a good thing?

By Patty K

Permission to embrace your (my!) inconsistency.

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The secret to overcoming your fears

By Patty K

In honour of Halloween…I’m going to share something that took me years of effort and thousands of dollars to discover. To get over your fears, you need to do the thing you’re afraid of.

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Pajama experiment results: 9/10 speakers surveyed sleep naked

By Patty K

Ever wonder what it would be like to wear your pajamas to a professional event? I found out!

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Announcing my intention, asking for what I want and doing it all wrong

By Patty K

Ack. Even the title makes me want to run and hide under the bed (if I had a bed, that is). Why is it that I can publicly proclaim that I fucked up my life, that I struggle with depression and tend to drink a tad much…but when it comes to making a simple announcement…

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How I learned to stop worrying and love the phone

By Patty K

OK. That’s a complete lie. I don’t love the phone, I just thought the title was clever. I actually wrote this post a while ago but didn’t publish it at the time because of my “stuff” about being preachy and know-it-all and annoying. I was reminded of the whole phone thing by a comment on…

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Post and run syndrome

By Patty K

My adventures overcoming my fears about showing up on social media

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I don’t really hate people…I’m just an introvert

By Patty K

If you would rather stay home and read a good book than go to a party… If you can recite your list of friends by name without forgetting anyone… If your idea of a “big crowd” is 10 people… If you’d rather fall on a knife than go to one of those big, noisy, card-exchangeathons…

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Barbara Sher is just like a real person, only shorter

By Patty K

A story about what happens when you mix shyness with the opportunity to meet a celebrity.

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