Ending on a high note + I’m 100% back to serving you.

What do Seinfeld, Friends, and Mad Men have in common?

They all ended on a high note.

Last Thursday, I had booked musician and three-time Grammy Award winner Wyclef Jean as a guest for the morning show I cohosted.

On Friday, I was let go as the cohost of my morning show.

My immediate gut reaction was relief.

Ever been in a situation where you know it’s totally toxic and stressing you out beyond belief, but you just don’t know how to get out of it?

I have.

I recently shared much more in depth on my Facebook yesterday during a LIVE
 and I have to say, it felt great to share from a place of relief, rather than needing redemption.

What does this mean for me (and you)?

It means that I have the time to dedicate to myself again.

I explain more about this in my video but long story short, I was anxious every single day of this job.

Live television is no joke. I have learned so much about what it means to book guests, get people on the show, pitching oneself to the media, and what we’re looking for on the television side of things, I also learned a ton about myself.

  • I learned how I respond to criticism
  • I learned how my body was fighting to give me cues over the course of six months, and I continued to ignore these signs.
  • I learned that no matter what you do or how wonderful you are, some people will never ever like you.
  • I learned that jealousy is a real thing and that there will always be someone who can’t stand the sight of you because you’re just THAT GOOD.

But mostly, I learned that no matter what happens TO ME, is actually FOR ME.

What this means for you is that I have more time to dedicate to share what I have learned with you. I’m back and have so much that I have acquired.

I have one question and if you the time to answer it, that would be so awesome.

Who are you trying to become?

Simply stated, what’s the bigger vision that you have for yourself?

Let me know in the comments below!

Wanna speak more in depth? Here’s the link to hop on the phone with me.

And, it’s OK to not know it all.

Here for you and with you,


P.S. Catch the Facebook LIVE that I did here.