Coach. Teacher. Writer. Mama.
Fancy titles include Freedom Instigator, Joy Enthusiast and Fierce Love Advocate.
I believe in champagne, utter honesty and creating your own version of success.
Molly’s Stratejoy sessions really helped me to refocus and re-motivate my actions and decisions. It was the kick in the butt that I needed to take action on many of the things that I had been reflecting/talking about for years.
Amy, Seattle, Washington
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People without passion confuse me. My passions have changed over time. They have refined and developed into the work I’m currently creating for myself today, but I’ve always had passion for something.
I never pictured myself the entreprenurial type. The idea of striking out and doing anything on my own felt painfully uncomfortable. I don’t know anything about running a business. How could any take me seriously?
I’m a super rule follower. That’s probably why I ended up with a government major and a government job. The government provides tons of manuals and rules and requirements. You don’t have to come up with anything yourself. In fact, it would best if you didn’t.
Some days I do well.
I take care of the house. Put away all the laundry. Plan dinner. Keep Kate happy. Take time to blog. Write. Think about me and my path.
And some days I don’t do well.
I started my career in county government as a camp counselor. Charged with a dozen five-year-olds, I spent my summer leading sing-a-longs, helping chubby fingers hold paint brushes, and making sure no one drowned at the local pool.
I loved everything about that job. The kids ate me up, vying to sit in my lap, wanting to know if I could move in with them and their families. After that summer I knew I had to get serious about a profession, so I lapped in all that goodness and tried to hold onto the fun and responsibility of my summer camp career.
Halfway through Season 3, Doniree shares a few highlights from so far and reflects on what exactly the halfway point means.
I went to Colorado to get away–to vacate. I went to breathe the fresh air, worship the mountains, drink in the sunsets. I went to love. I went to share. I went to be inspired. I went to be still. Instead, my days were filled with tension. My Blackberry wasn’t on my hip, but I could hear it buzzing in my purse. Each morning I woke up well before dawn, unable to sleep, anxious about work.