I’m Doing a Happy Dance!

Have you ever had the desire to get yourself out of the mundane and push yourself into the next step in your life, learning something new?

Well, I made a leap and enrolled in a Master Mind Group. In this group, I met eight fearless women from across the United States and Europe. We met every week (on-line) and shared our thoughts and ideas in how we can find our authentic voices to share our experiences and wisdom to facilitate you having the best life possible and to achieve your dreams and goals.

Today, I’m doing the happy dance because I can’t wait to share with you the results of our hard work. I’m so excited to tell you about the Transform Your Life Giveaway. Eight of us have created gifts to inspire, encourage, and support our community. I really think you will love these gifts!

You can go here to download my free gift for you, Five Steps in Creating a Business You Love, The Kaizen Way.

I’d love to hear back from you with any thoughts or ideas you may have!

PS- Don’t forget to share this post with others who may be looking for a bit of inspiration in their lives.

 

How Dog Training Improves Your Leadership Skills

                             

Dog Training 101

                                Max and his friends at the Dogs Works Ranch.

This article was published in the North American Post on March 10, 2016. If you haven’t seen it, please enjoy reading it here.

During the time I was growing up in Japan, I had a dog named Shiro. She was given to me by an American soldier who was returning to his homeland. I had a difficult time training Shiro because I knew absolutely nothing about the responsibilities of owning a pet. After a lot of trial and error and hours of commitment, however, she eventually became a trusted companion whom I enjoyed spending time with. We had the most loving relationship that anyone could have ever asked for.

After Shiro passed away, I longed for another dog who could bring me as much joy. My prayers were soon answered and in stepped Yumi. She was just as special to me as Shiro, but in a different way. Yumi provided me with so much wisdom in dealing with everyday life that I was prompted to author a book about my key learnings. After several years of cherished companionship, I lost Yumi. Again, I felt like there could never be another dog to replace her and what she meant to me. Read more

Images in This Book Trailer Will Make You Emotional

When people ask, “What is your book about?” or “Is your book any good?” I get tongue tied. How can I explain the depth and emotion of my own story in just a sentence or two? How can I explain the sorrows and tragedies that my Mother suffered? Read more