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Extreme Resiliency

Turning 50 Can Be an Adventure

Michelle Renee | Posted 10.30.2016 | Travel
Michelle Renee

I turn 50 in four days. I remember being in my 30's thinking, wow, my 40's are going to be amazing. I find myself saying the exact same thing but with a different number just up ahead of me.

A Year of Wrestling With Risk in a Disruptive World

Harlan Loeb | Posted 03.01.2015 | Business
Harlan Loeb

As the world grows more disruptive and unpredictable, seemingly by the day, the urgency of building risk resilience increases commensurately.

3 Clues That You Need to Regroup

Michelle Renee | Posted 08.31.2014 | Healthy Living
Michelle Renee

Are you ignoring the clues telling you it is time to regroup or are you open, aware and making the changes you need to make to say yes to living a resilient, in the now, awakened life?

21 Ways To Live A Resilient Life

Michelle Renee | Posted 03.03.2014 | Healthy Living
Michelle Renee

Why compare myself to anyone else when we are all so different, all needed here as much as the next person to make this crazy thing called life work?

Stop, Listen, Pray, Meditate

Michelle Renee | Posted 02.04.2014 | Healthy Living
Michelle Renee

I woke up yesterday morning and for some reason I felt an urge to sit on the side of my bed and immediately began to meditate and pray. I usually go i...

Ditch Your Pity Party Invites!

Michelle Renee | Posted 01.23.2014 | Women
Michelle Renee

A prolonged pity party is not fun for anyone. Get sad. Get angry. Get disappointed. But get it out of your system and move forward with new focus.

Warning: Emotional Flash Flood Zone!

Michelle Renee | Posted 11.10.2013 | Healthy Living
Michelle Renee

I have learned just how critical it is to check in with myself daily and ask myself if all I am doing is in balance with you getting all I need to stay emotionally healthy. The formula: Ask and listen and follow inner guidance that will lead you back to TRUST.

Filling Up Your Child's Inner Tank

Michelle Renee | Posted 10.16.2013 | Parents
Michelle Renee

I have raised my daughter to be resilient by being the example to guide her. Feeling all the emotions that come along with the challenges we all face is normal. But it is not an option to get stuck in that space for an extended period of time if you want to live a resilient life and teach your children to do the same.

Is It Time to Get Serious About Your Personal Sanctuary?

Michelle Renee | Posted 10.05.2013 | Healthy Living
Michelle Renee

Are you treating your home like a personal sanctuary? Are you taking it seriously? If not, maybe it is time you change that.

Extreme Resiliency: Indulge Your Playful Spirit

Michelle Renee | Posted 08.14.2013 | Healthy Living
Michelle Renee

To be resilient we have to be connected to that voice inside of us that says stop and notice what is in front of you and all around you that is good and beautiful and pure.

Extreme Resiliency: Owning Where We Are

Michelle Renee | Posted 07.30.2013 | Style
Michelle Renee

A client said to me yesterday, "The worst part is that he makes me feel like I am a burden." This is a sensitive one to address when speaking to someo...

Masking Emotions and Extreme Behavior

Michelle Renee | Posted 12.18.2012 | Women
Michelle Renee

Until we unmask ourselves and love all of who we are, we can't really experience extreme resiliency or live a resilient life.

Blindsided by Multiple Sclerosis

Michelle Renee | Posted 11.25.2012 | Healthy Living
Michelle Renee

We have become passionate advocates for young adults living with MS, parents, and caregivers. It seems to me that tragedy has a strange way of bringing people closer to their purpose.

Multiple Sclerosis: What Jack Osbourne and My Daughter Have in Common

Michelle Renee | Posted 08.21.2012 | Healthy Living
Michelle Renee

I didn't know anything about multiple sclerosis (MS) 6.5 months ago. On Dec. 8, 2011 I got a crash course when my 18-year-old daughter had a severe sudden onset that paralyzed her on her left side, and left her blind in her left eye and unable to speak or swallow.