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Nancy
Houston, TX
Yogi, Entrepreneur, and Leadership Coach & Visionary
Interests: Yoga, Leadership, Business, Service, Community
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Just over 24 hours ago, Justin and I unexpectedly welcomed our sweet baby girl, Emerson Grace Perry, pre-maturely, to the world at 6:05am on Tuesday, May 8th. We went into labor on my Dad's 60th birthday, and were blessed to birth vaginally and naturally on my brother Jimmy's 30th birthday.... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Fear creates more fear. Neediness creates more neediness. Anger creates more anger. Judgment creates more judgment. Love creates more love. Kindness creates more kindness. Forgiveness creates more forgiveness. Creativity creates more creativity. When you feel like you don't know how to begin something, or cultivate more of something in your... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
What if instead of dreading the hard work ahead of your or fearing the unknown of your future, you looked forward to and focused on all all of the times in the future on the other side of a challenge. where you will get to say, "I did that," with... Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Strengthening leads to growth, straining leads to damage. Straining can be very tempting because it satisfies the lower part of us that wants instant gratification. Strengthening isn't always exciting up front because it asks us to trust in the process, practice restraint, and practice self-acceptance. Gaining true strength is an... Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
What if you knew you were being taken care of? How would that change the choices you make? What if you weren't being punished, what if no one was out to get you, what if your lack was only perceived? What would you give yourself permission to consider if you... Continue reading
Posted May 3, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
What if you knew you were being taken care of? How would that change the choices you make? What if you weren't being punished, what if no one was out to get you, what if your lack was only perceived? What would you give yourself permission to consider if you... Continue reading
Posted May 3, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Doesn't have to do with being bigger or better than someone else. It has to do with being bigger and better than you feel like being, being bigger and better than you were yesterday or last time or this morning. Be the bigger person today. Not as a competition or... Continue reading
Posted May 2, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
My work is to change myself, not anyone else. Especially when I become frustrated, disappointed, annoyed, hurt, or anything else that my lower self would like to blame on the other person. This same part of me will wish that the other person would change, and judge him for being... Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Using your word in the right way, with the right people people is what creates positive change. "Right" is always different, it depends on the change you are out to make. The person it always starts with is you. You are the first right person to examine the quality of... Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
To wander is to move about aimlessly. Wandering is a form of drifting. To wonder is to be amazed, astonished, and interested. Wondering is a form of meditation and it lands you in the present moment. Letting our minds wander takes zero effort, attention, or intention. Choosing to let our... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
The point of clearing a new path and creating something new isn't to force people to come with you. It is to create the space so they can choose to follow you if they wish. Leadership is challenging because sometimes we want people to agree with us, like our ideas,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 27, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
The point of clearing a new path and creating something new isn't to force people to come with you. It is to create the space so they can choose to follow you if they wish. Leadership is challenging because sometimes we want people to agree with us, like our ideas,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 27, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Not because someone is going to fix things for you, as a way to avoid taking responsibility, or as a way to sugarcoat a challenging situation. Faith is not passive. The essence of faith is action. Have faith it will work so you can see what there is for you... Continue reading
Posted Apr 26, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Is most important especially when they aren't around. Because you are still around. The way we speak about people when they aren't around not only creates them unfairly to whomever we are speaking, it negatively impacts us as the speaker. First of all, when we judge something, we become it.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 25, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
We are designed to move towards the new and the better for ourselves as human beings. We are meant to evolve and grow as individuals, and as a whole, into happier, more effective, more powerful, more wise versions of ourselves. Our movement forward often gets stopped however by our own... Continue reading
Posted Apr 24, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
When you make a new choice, or are supporting someone else you care about in making a new choice, the only way to allow that choice to manifest is to give it some space. Making a new choice can be scary. If it were easy, you would have done it... Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Artistry comes from simplicity. Simplicity comes from eliminating what is comfortable and isn’t useful. Something is only useful if it is essential to fulfill on your commitment. Commitment supports you in knowing what to do in the unown. Artistry is only available through stepping our of the comfortable and unessential... Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
It's not useful to try to be perfect, it's useful to be committed. Commitment is so useful because perfect is impossible. No one would need to be committed if perfection was possible. Commitment actually only matters when things are imperfect, because that is when our vision and our resilience are... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Cultivating the skill of asking for, requesting, and expressing what you need to others has nothing to do with whether or not you actually get it. It has to do with knowing that you are worth asking for what you need. The more you experience yourself as worthy of asking... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Everything isn't breaking down. We don't need to be fearful of change. The only things that stop working are things that no longer work. When something we have become familiar with stops working, it simply means that it's time to upgrade and update our way of thinking, or invent a... Continue reading
Posted Apr 18, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
If there is an area of your life where doubt, fear, or disappointment are keeping you from moving forward, or if you are feeling a pervasive sense of doubt, fear, sadness, or disappointment that is keeping you from enjoying your day and life, start acting "as if" and offering yourself... Continue reading
Posted Apr 17, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
We often confuse attachment for commitment. Commitment is the choice to be dedicated to a possibility. The nature of a possibility is that it isn't certain, and especially not on our own timelines. Commitment requires artistry, innocence, resilience, and a big-picture vision. It requires discipline because it's easy and quite... Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Do you know that feeling of comparing yourself to someone who you think has it all together? For most of us, it leads to self-doubt, frustration, judgment, jealousy, and even shame. It's simply not useful, and is an experience that runs rampant in our society today. Remember this the next... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
When I find myself resisting or avoiding a conversation, I find it is typically because I am fearing that it won't be received well, which makes me feel like I am not loved. Feeling unloved and unappreciated can be deeply triggering for me, and for all of us. The fear... Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2018 at Nancy's Blog
Sometimes people think they are helping you, when really they are attempting to help you "fit in," which isn't helpful at all. Sometimes we think are helping someone else, when really we are trying to help her fit into what we think she should be. We may think we are... Continue reading
Posted Apr 12, 2018 at Nancy's Blog