We are pack animals. We are meant to live in community and rely on each other to accomplish tasks and to survive. When a client has a particularly difficult event occurring in their life or on their path to their goals, I ask them, “Who’s on your team”? We need people to be experts in areas where we are not learned (even though we’d like to think we are experts at everything). We need people to run ideas by who will give us honest feedback. We need people to support our dreams no matter how crazy they sound. We need people to admire and look up to. We need people who admire and look up to us.


Who’s on your team?

My team consists of this:

My husband – gives me a home to “reset” my insides, physical touch, emotional and intellectual support, and laughter, and is a part of my financial team

My friends – give me emotional support, let me talk (and talk and talk and talk – I am definitely a verbal processor), and laughter

My colleagues – give me reality checks and advice

My mentors – give my heart and soul meaning, give me comfort and strength, and give me a vision of who I want to be

My clients – give me a sense of purpose and good professional self-esteem

Without my team, the blocks with which I have built my life would crumble. I am the one person that supports those blocks completely, but I could not hold them all alone. I am not dependent on any one person to help me, as this would be unrealistic and detrimental to us both. The more people on my team, the less weight any one person has to hold.

Who’s on your team?

If I can do it, you can do it!!

“We can’t all be good at everything. This is partly the logic behind having a team in the first place, so each role can be filled with the person best suited for that role and together, every job and every strength is covered.” – Simon Sinek

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