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What can be done in one year?

What can be done in one year?

This is weird. For whatever the reasons may be, I was inspired to write this post. After hunting through old emails, I found the login info. And then I looked to see when the last post was made, knowing it’s been some time. It’s been exactly one year....
I’m a “Leader” (and under 40)

I’m a “Leader” (and under 40)

This was very nice. JMore curated, “10 Business & Community Leaders Under 40.” (Sometimes ya gotta get some press that your mom can share on Facebook.) I know what I do is unique, and the attitude¬†I share it with is unapologetically myself. For this, I...
Keynote Highlights Video

Keynote Highlights Video

Here are some highlights from the 60 minute keynote I shared in April. This is how I deliver a lot of my content…storytelling, educating, and inspiring while providing participants an authentic Beatwell experience. In addition to demonstrating the Beatwell...
The Mindfulness Revolution

The Mindfulness Revolution

I first designed a new Beatwell program last fall called “Mindful Rhythm.” I did a month residency at The Soul Center and have since offered it with various groups. I was asked back to share another last night and tried a format in which we drummed for 30...
Everyday Heroes

Everyday Heroes

Know what feels good? Being asked back a second time. Even better? When you get to serve people who most deserve it. Libraries are often the first resource for kids outside of their home, and not all homes are particularly healthy. I shared a Beatwell Playshop with...
Why I Love Sharing at Universities

Why I Love Sharing at Universities

I didn’t use my education to get A’s. I used it to test theories, develop a network, and launch a career. The good grades came as a result. This is one of the many lessons I share when presenting to college students. Professors invite me back each semester...
My First Keynote

My First Keynote

First off, I got this opportunity because I asked for more when they initially asked me to join a panel discussion. But I felt comfortable asking because I had already demonstrated my value at both the 2016 conference and when sharing at a Group Therapy graduate class...
Mourning In Rhythm

Mourning In Rhythm

Shit gets really real sometimes. A member of one of the Adult Medical Day Programs I work with was murdered last week. I got a call the next morning asking to share a group with some of the clients to help them grieve. The message was simple. We all process grief...
When Words Don’t Work

When Words Don’t Work

Sometimes we don’t have the words to express what’s inside us. Or sometimes we don’t feel comfortable enough expressing them. Which had been the case for one of the clients I work with weekly at an adult medical day program. He has always been eager...