Join Our Ohana

What is Ohana? In case you aren’t a big fan of the Disney movie Lilo & Stitch, the ancient Hawaiian term ohana means family, but probably not in the way you typically use it. Ohana speaks to the concept of a larger family that is not necessarily connected by blood. A person’s ohana can include their best friends, neighbors, blogging connections or anyone elseContinue reading “Join Our Ohana”

Hold My Hand

Sometimes I wake up with a song in my head and today was no exception. I don’t know if you’re familiar with the song, Hold My Hand, by Hootie & the Blowfish, but that was it. Hold my hand is something I have often said to clients, to friends and to family as a wayContinue reading “Hold My Hand”

Connection Is The Key To Success

Being connected to yourself and then to others is the key to success. But how to connect is often the problem that some people struggle with in life. Oftentimes we bring forward to the current situation, our past hurts and disappointments which can discolor our present. Learning to clear out the old in order toContinue reading “Connection Is The Key To Success”