Tuesday, June 19, 2018

A New Take on Being Broken

Wow, people. Another really powerful TED Talk here by Janine Shepherd called "A Broken Body Isn't a Broken Person."

This incredible person was an Olympic-level athlete who had a tragic accident and a very unexpected recovery. I recommend that all people listen to this Talk to remind them about the power of inner strength and perseverance--especially when they expect it least and need it most. Janine says "You can't know how strong you are until there is no option left except to be strong." Please click here to listen to this inspiring Talk.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Attention as a Commodity

Hello World.
I listened to an incredible Podcast from NPR Radio Hour this week that referenced this really smart, in-tune person--Tristan Harris. Here is the link to one of his Ted Talks that discusses the way our smart devices are like slot machines; always keeping us jonesing and checking to see what we're going to get with every passing moment we spend as a part of the great world wide web of technology. Really interesting, you guys. Please click here to watch his Ted Talk.

Friday, May 11, 2018

Two Profound Game-Changing Books About how to Approach Life

I recently lost someone very dear to me, my grandmother, to whatever the next phase of existence is beyond this life. In my grief and desire to process her death, I felt very drawn to these two books:

“The Biology of Belief”—B. Lipton
“Dying to be Me”—A. Moorjani

Perhaps these books presented to me during a vulnerable time when I was willing to absorb their teachings, or maybe I would have been baffled by their messages regardless when I discovered them—either way, they are certainly worth sharing.

I highly recommend that all people read these books as a way to round out their perspective of our complex human experience. From any age, religion, occupation, gender...I truly believe there are gems here for you. Please share your thoughts and reactions with me!

May we appreciate and feel gratitude for the people, health, and experiences of our lives. What could matter more?




Tuesday, April 17, 2018

"I am brave, I am bruised, I am who I'm supposed to be. I am me."

I saw the movie "The Greatest Showman" tonight, Hugh Jackman's recent film.
It touched my heart, you guys.

From the song:
"I am brave, I am bruised, I am who I'm meant to be. This is me. I'm not scared to be seen, I make no apologies. This is me." Check out this song from the movie.

This song, among many others in the movie, moved me to tears and made me think of how we are each fighting our own battles and working so hard to rise toward the place in this world where wefeel seen, loved, meaningful, and important. It reminds me of Plato's quote "Be kind, for everyone is fighting a hard battle you know nothing about."

Be kind to each other, friends. We are all people--all doing the very best we can.

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Kate's New Office in the Ken Caryl area of Littleton


I am very excited to introduce my new office space to you! 
It is located in the Ken Caryl Business Center of Littleton, CO. 

8341 S. Sangre De Cristo Rd. Suite 204. 
Littleton, CO. 80217



Come by and say hello!
--Kate






Tuesday, March 27, 2018

"The Sun and Her Flowers"

Hey everyone. I stumbled across this amazing poetry book recently, and wanted to share it with you.






Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Insightful Blogger (as long as you don't mind profanity)

Hello Crew. 
Do you all know of this blogger, Mark Manson? A client of mine just shared him with me calling him "the dark-zen type"--which of course was very intriguing...so I checked out his blog, and he has some super insightful thoughts and posts (as long as you don't mind profanity). 
If you're interested here is his blog: https://markmanson.net