Beating the Bully in Your Brain

Have you ever felt like your were in the middle of a tornado and all the facets of your life were swirling around you and it seemed like everywhere you looked there was change and chaos and the more you tried to take control of the madness the more out of control things felt? That’s kind of how things feel right now. There are so many changes going on around here!  Here’s just a quick snapshot – we are: Selling our house and moving to a high-rise condo Launching our new book, Unrealogical Launching a new program Collaborating on another new […]

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Unrealogical

I am really excited about my new book that is being released this summer and I just wanted to share a little bit about it with you!  Unrealogical – Real People, Remarkable Stories of Transformation is very different from any of my previous books.  It not only offers the theory and information we need to facilitate change in our lives, but then it goes on to share PROOF that the principles actually work in real life!  This book is chock full of stories from real people who discovered how to apply these concepts to their lives to create remarkable transformation. The stories […]

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A Monthly Dose of Deb

We’ve had so many people who have seen one of Deb’s presentations or who’ve graduated from one of her coaching programs ask if there was a way they could just get a little “booster shot” of Deb.  Well, we think we finally have what the doctor ordered! Introducing The Monthly Dose of Deb Teleclass The Monthly Dose of Deb Teleclass will meet via phone each month for a full hour.  The first part of the hour will be a discussion of a topic that has come up over and over during conversations.  Deb will bring the topic to light and […]

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Committing to the No Complaining Challenge

The 30-Day No Complaining Challenge is a great way to reset your perspective.  The idea is to commit to refraining from complaining. blaming, and justifying for 30 straight days.  If you slip up, restart at Day 1. It may sound simple, but it’s definitely not easy.  I have issued this challenge to literally thousands – maybe tens of thousands – of people and I can count on one hand the number of them who actually made it through the entire 30 days.  I took this challenge back in 2009 and it completely changed my life. Thanks to Tiffanie Kellog for […]

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Making Peace With the Past

I woke up the other morning and all of a sudden and without warning I was hit with a flood of thoughts that brought up a bunch of memories that triggered a set of emotions that quite simply overwhelmed me for a few minutes before I fully realized what was happening.  It was crazy! During my eight year pity part this used to happen almost every morning, and I would lay there in my bed and bathe in the waves of negativity and the sadness that washed over me again and again and again.  It was like it almost felt […]

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Addicted to FEELINGS?

Paradigms… Programming… Conditioning… Upper Limits… Whatever we choose to call them – those artificial limitations that we place on ourselves and our performance subconsciously SUCK!  WHY are they so hard to overcome?  Why can’t we just make a decision to change and then just… CHANGE? It’s not that we are weak-willed or that we lack self-discipline – not at all!  On the contrary, most people who have any self-awareness at all realize that they possess deep reservoirs of self-discipline and they prove it every day… in their jobs… their hobbies… their relationships, etc. However, for just about every person on […]

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year and welcome to 2017!  This is the time of year when so many people make a list of “resolutions” for the New Year, only to have them broken and long forgotten by February in most cases.  I no longer make New Years Resolutions, but I do set goals each year.  As I contemplated my goals for 2017, I wanted to make certain that they were appropriate – not to say there are “right” goals and “wrong” goals, but rather, will pursuing them help me grow and evolve as a person? I really like this quote:  “Set a […]

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