Work Time. Play Time. Don’t Negotiate.

By Andrea Liebross | April 15, 2019

Are you giving yourself too much time to complete the task?

By Andrea Liebross | April 15, 2019

Sunday Blues

By Andrea Liebross | February 17, 2019

What Skills Have You Acquired by Being a Parent?

By Andrea Liebross | February 17, 2019
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How to Stop People Pleasing

By Andrea Liebross | February 12, 2019

KonMari Your Mind

By Andrea Liebross | February 11, 2019

Have you been following Marie Kondo? She is pretty inspiring and makes me want to organize every room in my house and remove anything that doesn’t spark joy, or I don’t really need anymore. So…what if you could do the same thing with your mind? Think of your mind like a house. Take a tour…

How Do You Want to Live Your Life?

By Andrea Liebross | January 9, 2019

Two Ways to Go It’s 2019. It has arrived. Have you decided how you are going to live your life in 2019? As I explained to my kids last week, as I see it, there are two ways to go. You can live your life: By default On purpose – deliberately There is that word…

Planning is Powerful

By Andrea Liebross | November 13, 2018

    It’s November. It’s time to plan. Plan for the holidays. Plan for 2019. Ummm, how about just plan tomorrow?     And guess what?       YOU get to plan it. You plan your life. Your life does not just happen to you. You get to actually plan it.   You get…

I hope…You hope…Don’t Hope…

By Andrea Liebross | October 30, 2018

  My son and his high school tennis team recently made it to the semi-states in the state tennis tournament. This was a big deal. For a school with a high school enrollment around 350, to have made it to the top 4 teams in Indiana where enrollment is between 2,500 and 5,000, this was…

Taylor Swift’s BIG REPUTATION and How She Overcame FEAR

By Andrea Liebross | October 8, 2018

Most day to day fear is not useful. It only pretends to be useful. It is not there to save our lives as in the caveman era. It is just the perception of fear that we are experiencing, and it needs a gentle reminder to move along. Well, Taylor Swift’s reminder was not really gentle.…