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Recently I featured Alyson Stanfield and her book “I’d Rather Be In The Studio” on the blog. Alyson was doing a blog tour and I volunteered to be one of the stops. I have had people ask me about that because Alyson’s book is for Artist and that isn’t really my target market. Very true, it isn’t. However Alyson’s book isn’t just for artiest (although I know that is Alyson’s target market). It is for anyone that wants to market themselves and their business. Besides if you only read books from your industry you are going to get the same information over and over. Dan Kennedy, the marketing guru, recommends reading books, articles and networking with people outside of your industry to get a fresh viewpoint and new ideas. I am not an artist, but I am on my second read of Alyson’s book. The first time I read it was to get the big overview. Now I am reading it for the fine points and I am making a list of things to do.

Alyson publishes one of the best E-zine’s on the Internet, in my humble opinion, and today’s was really great. It is a fine example of the type of information she shares in her book that can relate to anyone in business. I recently did a major revamping of my website As Alyson suggested in her e-zine I have been so busy doing everything else that got ignored. Using Alyson’s suggestions I went through the website and made sure that everything that needs to be there is.

Below is a copy of Alyson’s e-zine. I hope you will consider subscribing to it as well as getting a copy of her book, which is a Number One Best Seller on You might already know everything Alyson talks about, but hearing it in a different way from a different perspective might get your creativity and action muscle in gear to actually do something. Now that would be great wouldn’t it!

Perform a Web Site Checkup

Your poor Web site. You got so caught up in blogging, newsletters, and the latest technology, that your Web site has been neglected. Or maybe you’re so happy you finally got it online that you forgot about it for the last two years. When is the last time it was updated?

Spend some time this week making sure everything is working on your site. Here’s a list to get you started.

►Is your name prominent on every page?

►Are there titles, media, dimensions, and photo credits below each of your images? This isn’t necessary for thumbnails, but is critical for enlarged photos. And if your photos open in a new window, is your name there as well?

►Is your News page current? And does your About or Bio page reflect your latest accomplishments?

►Is there a privacy policy next to any sign-up form you have for guests? See page 195 of I’d Rather Be in the Studio! for a sample.

►Is there more than one way to get a hold of you? Remember that email is not 100% reliable.

►Is there enough content? Not Flash content (which is an image), but searchable text so that the search engines can find you?

►Do you have any dead links?

►Do you have a photo of yourself? See this newsletter:

►Is it easy for people to purchase from you? I recently discovered that people were having a hard time finding some of my products. A new Products page is in the works!

►Do you have a major link to your blog so that people don’t have to search for it? Speaking of blogs, check back next week when I give you a checkup for your blog.

Know This . . .
Your Web site needs some lovin’.

Think About This . . .
When is the last time you took a good look around your Web site?

Do This . . .
Perform a Web site checkup. Use the list above as a starting point. Enlist friends to help you. Friends that don’t know about art can give you one set of advice, while those “in the know” can bring their expertise to the table. There are a number of resources on for your Web site.

Don’t have a site? No worries! Patricia J. Velte will get you started with “Web Site Basics: How to Get Your Art Online without Spending a Fortune.” See:

“Become an Online Media Magnet” with these two CDs from Clint Watson:

I also offer Web site evaluations:

There’s more about photos for your Web site on the Art Biz Blog. Take a look at the category “Web Sites, Blogs, and Technology for Artists”:


Copyright 2008 Alyson B. Stanfield. Alyson takes the mystery out of marketing your art and making more money as an artist. Visit to get articles just like this one delivered to your inbox.

The Five Keys to Success with Action


This is a funny time of year. Many people have forgotten their goals from the first of the year but are feeling a sense of renewal and want to get back on track. Well here are five steps that will help you tap into the power of action and get back on track to reaching your goals.

The Five Keys to Success with Action

1. You need help.

It can be so difficult to do it on your own. Even the Loan Ranger had Tonto. Trust me I use to be the “I can do it myself” kind of gal. I usually got what I went after but at a price. No longer. I now belong to a MasterMind group, have a coach (sometimes more than one at a time) and belong to several on-line success groups. All of this has helped make it possible for me to get what I want faster, easier and with less effort. Don’t go it alone, get help in achieving what you want in life.

2. Accountability is key

I have no idea why but it is true, you are more likely to keep a promise made to someone else than to yourself. If you tell someone else you are going to do something you are ten times more likely to do it than if you just tell yourself. Having someone to be accountable to will increase your chances of success!

3. Do something towards your goal every day

Yes I know every day is a lot, trust me I hear it all the time. But I didn’t design the way life works, I just do my best to leverage it. If you want to be successful you need to do something every day towards your goals and dreams. The good news is it doesn’t have to be major, small steps will get you to where you want to go.

4. Get rid of your excuses

If you are not taking the actions necessary to achieve your goals and dreams, it is time to ask yourself, “What is getting in my way?” Most of the answers you get will be excuses. You are letting excuses steal your goals and dreams away from you. If you really want what you say you want you will figure out a way around the excuses and make it happen. Perhaps the question should be, “How bad do you really want it?”

5. The how is none of your business

Many people get stopped in their tracks because they focus on the “How.” The how is none of your business. What you need to focus on is what you want and why. Once you are crystal clear with the “what” and the “why” the “How” will reveal itself. So relax, the how isn’t your job, you simply need to focus on what it is you want and follow the inspired steps you will be shown.

The Power of Daily Action


I wanted to share this announcement with you from my friend and collegue Cookie Tuminello. Cookie and I are going to do another teleseminar together, this time Cookie will be hosting. You won’t want to miss this as Cookie and I will be sharing our tips and tricks from taking your power back one day at a time.

Would you like to learn how to create all the success you can handle one day at a time?

It’s called the “THE POWER OF DAILY ACTION” – How to create all the success you can handle one day at a time.

Coach Rachelle Disbennet Lee and I have teamed up again to bring you an incredible one hour teleseminar that is going to help you take your power back one day at a time. Rachelle will share with us her secrets for:

Tapping into the power of daily action
What to do if you can’t do a lot
When is the best time to get started
The secret weapon for getting things done
Rachelle and I had such a great time on our last teleseminar that we decided to team up again. This is a major feat given both of our hectic schedules and chances that we will be doing another one anytime soon are slim. So you don’t want to miss this fun and informative hour as Rachelle shares with you the secrets of taking back your power, getting things done and making the most of your life ONE DAY AT A TIME.

Wednesday, May 7th, 7:00PM Central Time (5 pm PT, 6 pm MT, 8 pm ET)

“THE POWER OF DAILY ACTION” FR*EE Teleseminar with Coach Rachelle Disbennet Lee

Dr. Rachelle Disbennett Lee is an advocate of daily action and the power that is wields. Her award-winning newsletter, 365 Days of Coaching, has been published every day since 1998. Rachelle can be heard every Sunday morning on KKZN 760 AM Denver Colorado as the co-host of the popular radio program Live the Day. Rachelle is obsessed with reading magazines and anything else that contains concise information and is a quick read. A self-proclaimed self-help junkie Coach Lee is also a dyed in the wool optimist and the believer of the basic good in people. When not doing something coachy she is spending time with her husband Adrian (also her business partner) and their two fur children Surrobbie and Buddy. You may visit her website at

C1ick H*ere to reserve your spot right now and get dial-in info! Bridge line is limited to only 100 people, so this call will fill up fast. So don’t miss out.

I truly hope you will join us. It will be too much fun!


Miracles don't always look like Miracles


One of the ezines I receive is from Marci Shimoff “Happy for No Reason.” The most recent issue talked about tracking your Miracles and recognizing a miracle when they happen. I don’t think that miracles don’t happen in current times, I think we don’t notice them.

I recently had an experience where I had miracle after miracle happen although I didn’t realize it until later. I was driving down the road when I had a pain shoot through my left eye. There was no way to pull over so I just had to deal with it. I was able to remove my contact which immediately felt like someone put crushed glass in my eye. After a few moments my eye settled down and I was able to continue on my way and go to my meeting.

Several times in the past I have had an eye infection that felt very similar to what was going on so when I got home from my meeting I looked for the medication that I had used in the past. All I could find was the empty box it came in. I noticed it said “No Refills” on the box. I called my eye doctor to see if he would just call in a new prescription. My eye doctor was no longer working in the practice and since no doctor there had seen me before they wouldn’t call in a prescription. So I had to physically go in and see one of the docs.

I was able to get in right away and when the dr. walked in he immediately said you don’t have an eye infection. Of course I wanted to roll my eyes because I knew what was going on. Well, low and behold I didn’t. What was actually happening was the veins in my cornea’s (the left and right eye) were filling up with blood due to a lack of oxygen. This is a potentially dangerous situation. Luckily I caught it in time and the dr. was able to give me a prescription and set me up for further check-ups.

I want to point out several miracles that occurred. First I was able to keep the car on the road safely, was able to take my contact out which was a good thing because my eye immediately started getting much needed oxygen. Although it hurt at first it actually helped my eye. The next miracle was I didn’t have the medication. If I had had the medication I would have used it and would have treated the wrong problem and could have made the situation much worse. The next miracle was my regular Dr. wasn’t there which meant that I was forced to go in and actually see someone. By doing that I actually found out what the real problem was, with both of my eyes, and avoided a potentially serious situation.

While I was in the moment I actually never thought of any of what was going on as a miracle. I was rather put out that my eye was bothering me and I distinctly remember thinking what a bother and inconvenience this was. Now I realize I was being protected and guided through the process and because of the miracles that were happening I didn’t end up with a serious problem.

A few days later I received Marci’s ezine and it confirmed what I had realized. Miracles are happening all around us if we just take the time to notice. I love the idea to include writing down your miracles at the end of each day. When you begin to do this you will notice more and more miracles. Not that more and more miracles will begin to occur, you will just notice more and more of them as they are occurring.

Marci Shimoff – Happy For No Reason

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” – Albert Einstein

A woman recently came up to me after a speech and told me that each night she writes down one miracle that happened that day. She’s been doing this for the last three years and has an amazing collection of miracles.

While I often recommend that people keep a daily gratitude journal, I like this variation. It puts you in the mindset of looking for miracles.

This practice engages the reticular activating system, the part of the brain designed to bring things to your attention. Once you start consciously looking for miracles, they become easier and easier to find.

I decided to experiment with this practice myself.

Day one was last Wednesday, the final day of my trip to Panama. Early in the morning, the same wonderful man who’d driven me to my speeches during the three days I’d been in the country was taking me to the airport. Since my Spanish is limited, our conversations were as well. However, that morning my sister, who speaks beautifully fluent Spanish, was also in the car, and she translated for us.

I discovered that Guillermo was not only a driver but also a retired police officer who had been the bodyguard for two Panamanian presidents. It was reassuring to be escorted by such an experienced bodyguard.

After my long flight back to San Francisco, I took a taxi home from the airport and met yet another delightful driver. He had just moved a year ago to the U.S. from Russia, where he’d spent much of his life as a bodyguard for numerous Russian presidents.

Two airport rides in the same day—both with presidential bodyguards. Now what’s the likelihood of that happening?

My “look for miracles” practice had begun with a bang.

Try it out for yourself over the next few weeks. Look for a miracle each day and record it.

What counts as a miracle?

According to one definition, “any amazing or wonderful occurrence.” For me, a miracle is a synchronicity that feels as though there were a Higher Power at work.

Look for these three main types of miracles:

1. A Twilight Zone Event – This is the kind of unlikely occurrence that makes you sing the famous theme song “DOO-doo-DOO-doo, DOO-doo-DOO-doo.” It knocks your socks off.

2 Serendipitous Support – This happens when you’re searching for a specific piece of information, for instance, and an unrelated email shows up in your inbox with exactly the answer you need.

3. Cool Coincidence – Finding two presidential bodyguard/drivers the same day is certainly one. Another cool coincidence occurred when I saw my new happiness article in the current issue of Ladies Home Journal (May 2008 – on the stands now). I laughed in delight seeing the cover picture of Sally Field, because she had been one of my favorite stars when I was a child (I loved Gidget).

Look for daily miracles to create a sense of wonder and optimism in your life. Plus, it’s fun!

Happy miracles,

Marci Shimoff

Marci Shimoff is a celebrated transformational leader and #1 New York Times best-selling author. To learn more of her powerful techniques for establishing deep and authentic happiness and well-being, visit

There is a great video of Marci from the Today show on the MSNBC website. Check it out.

Go out and raise your happiness set point by noticing a few more miracles!

Here’s to taking action,


How much do you think you are worth


Every Monday Morning I have coffee with Cookie, virtual coffee that is. I subscribe to Coach Cookie Tuminello’s ezine, Monday Morning Coffee with Cookie. It is one of my favorite ezines and when I don’t get it I email Cookie wondering where it is. Cookie always shares great insight and wisdom. Her email is always great. Today however it was exceptional. And I just had to share it with you. It is a great question to ask, how much do you think you are worth. What you think creates your value. You put your own price tag on yourself. You are worth what you believe you are worth, no more and no less. Think about it!

Also I just loved the quote Cookie used from Wayne Dyer.

Monday Morning Coffee With Cookie

“A bar of iron costs $5, made into horseshoes its worth is $12, made into needles its worth is $3500, made into balance springs for watches, its worth is $300,000. Your own value is determined also by what you are able to make of yourself.” – Wayne Dyer

How much do you think you are you worth? How much success do you think you deserve? Are you worth a $5 bar of iron or a $300,000 balance spring for a fine watch? You are what you make of yourself. Herein lies the problem. We allow others to determine our self worth and how much success we should or should not have. If we don’t put a high value on our own self worth, do you think anyone else will?

One of my first coaches and mentors used to tell me that everything I wanted to know about success and finding my way home (finding myself), could be learned from the movie, “The Wizard of Oz.” At the time I didn’t get it. Oh sure, I knew the story of Dorothy and The Wizard of Oz, but not in the sense that he was talking about. You have to realize I was pretty clueless and unconscious in those days. So clueless in fact that when my coach asked me to stop and check in with myself, I thought he meant the hotel we were staying at for the seminar he was giving. Like Dorothy, it took me a while to get the big “IT.”

The “Big IT” for me was finally waking up and realizing that I had everything I needed to be successful right inside of me. I just needed to learn what the right tools were that would allow me to unlock my inner answers.

Your self worth and your success is defined and determined by YOU. It is an extension of who you are. You have to own it before you can sell it to someone else.

Let me give you an example. When I first hung out my coaching shingle, I agonized over how much to charge. I was so worried about attracting clients that I only charged $25 an hour. I shudder every time I think about how little I thought of myself. Talk about shooting yourself in the foot.

Another example was that when I first started my business I treated it as a hobby, not a bonafide business. I would put someone else’s needs ahead of my own in a heart beat. It wasn’t until I started treating my business like a business that my business became a business.

This week, ask yourself this question: Are you a $5 bar of iron or a $300,000 balance spring for a fine watch? And if you have trouble figuring it out, just pretend you’re Dorothy. Click your heels three times and give me a call. And if you’re really tired of feeling like a $5 bar of iron and you want more success in your life, check out my People Pleaser No More System(TM). This 8 step by step system will help you create more productivity, more profit, and more power in your business right now. Remember your ultimate success starts and ends with you.

Cookie Tuminello, Personal Power Mentor, is creator of the People Pleaser No More System(TM), the proven step-by-step program to get you out of the overwhelm of everyday business life and into the ease and success you want and deserve. To receive your FREE weekly inspiration, humor, and life strategies that can transform your life immediately, sign up for Monday Morning Coffee with Cookie, visit

Cookie and I did a teleseminar together and it was fabulous. If you are a member of 365 Days of Coaching you can access the recording from the Members Only Area of 365 Days of Coaching. If you are not a member you need to join. :-)

Cookie and I had so much fun we will be doing another teleseminar together in May. I will have details shortly.

Here’s to taking action


Learning something new is challenging and worth it


If you are a subscriber to 365 Days of Coaching you know that I made a goal to read all the books on my bookshelf in my office this year. Actually last Fall but I revised it for 2008 since I didn’t get very far with it. I realized to accomplish this goal I would need to improve my reading skills. Well that is if I planned on making it happen anytime soon. I decided to learn how to speed read. I actually didn’t know what all that entailed I just knew that I needed to do things differently to reach my goal. Makes sense since we all know that doing the same thing and expecting different results is the definition of insanity.

I have several friends that speed read and several of my colleagues claim to read five plus books a week. That is just amazing to me. For years I have heard of the Evelyn Wood Speed Reading classes. For some reason I never considered taking one. However now that I decided to learn to speed read I decided to sign up for a class.

I had to wait a couple of months for the class to come to my town but finally last Wednesday (April 9th) it did. I was pretty excited so I arrived early and took the first seat in the first row. I didn’t want to miss anything. The teacher, John Lee Bingham was excellent. The class went so fast that when it ended it seemed like we had just gotten started.

Did I learn to speed read in one day. NO! But what I did learn is the basics of speed reading and I have homework for the next 30 days. I have been practicing every day since the class and I have seen a major improvement.

If you would like to learn to speed read I have two resources to suggest. First I would highly recommend taking one of Evelyn Wood Reading Dynamics For Business Professionals through Fred Pryor Seminars/Career Track. It provided the basics and a great foundation to build on.

The second resource which I bought earlier in the year but just started using since taking the class is SpeedReaderX New Version 5.0. It is a good program and seems to be supporting the Evelyn Wood material very well. John my instructor didn’t care much for it, but I am finding it helpful.

I would highly recommend learning how to speed read simply because of the amount of data that we are bombarded with daily. And don’t worry it won’t ruin your enjoyment of reading. You don’t have to speed read everything, you can still read your steamy romance novels nice and slow.

If speed reading isn’t your thing I still recommend putting learning something new on your list of things to do this year. Learning is a proven way to increase your health and well being. The good news is it doesn’t matter what you learn, just that you are learning something.

I would love to know what you are learning this year. Leave a post on the blog and let me know.

Here’s to taking action,


I'd Rather Be In the Studio!

Today I am hosting Alyson B. Stanfield, author of “I’d Rather Be in the Studio! The Artist’s No-Excuse Guide to Self-Promotion.” Alyson is here as part of the blog tour to help promote the book and is also giving away a free copy. Be sure to visit the link for the tour and see all the other artists who are hosting Alyson.

She’s invited me to ask a few questions related to the book, which I feel very honored to do since I am not an artist. Although the book is written with the artist in mind, this book could be used by anyone in business who needs to market (and that would be everyone). Dan Kennedy, the marketing guru, says that if all you ever do is study and follow the people in your own industry you will never do anything new and inventive and you will create the same ruts that everyone in your industry falls into. Dan recommends finding out what people in other industries are doing and adapt what they are doing to your business. That way you will have creative new ideas that not everyone in your business is using. I agree and that is why I love Alyson’s book. It gives me new and innovative things I can do in my own business that not everyone else is doing. Well until now when you go out and buy Alyson’s book!

So here are my questions. I of course asked non-artiest related questions.

R – When I read I’d Rather Be in the Studio! I find so many things that translate to anyone that wants to grow their business. Does a person have to be an artist to benefit from the book? I mean we could actually call this I’d Rather Be in My Office for all of us that are working from our homes and don’t want to go out and market?

A – Rachelle, you’re right! This is good, basic business sense. And most people trying to build a business for themselves would benefit from a lot of the information. However, it is written with the artist in mind and uses the language of the visual artist. Most people can look beyond that language, but it should be noted that it’s there.

I love the way you said “go out and market.” That implies that you have to leave home to promote yourself. Not anymore! So much is being done online that you no longer have to leave home to do much of the work. Artists have to leave the studio to visit galleries, attend opening receptions, and meet people. But they can stay in their home offices to do their email blasts, blogging, and Web site updates. It’s great for the artist who doesn’t want to get out.

At the same time, I have to say that almost everyone who is running his or her own business feels better when they get out and connect with others. It goes against the grain, but these personal connections provide inspiration, motivation, and fodder for creativity.

R – The book is divided into 16 Actions instead of chapters. What is your favorite action?

A – Rachelle, it seems appropriate that you ask this question. After all, you are THE action coach. Who else would write a newsletter 365 days a year?!

I really don’t have a favorite action, but I do say at one point not to skip Actions 1, 3, 4, 13, and 15. That’s because these actions are the building blocks for successful self-promotions. You have to know where you’re going or you won’t know how to get there (Action 1). You must be reliable and stay sane when things are overwhelming, which is where the routines in Action 3 come in. And you have to be able to articulate your work, regardless of the work you do, before you can promote it (Action 4). For the artist, that means writing an artist statement, which is used in so many different marketing pieces. But a non-artist needs to be able to talk about what it is they are selling–be it a service or a product.

Action 13 is all about networking, which I call sharing. Connections are invaluable to anyone’s career. Everyone who is trying to build a business should be so excited about their work that they can’t wait to share it with people. That enthusiasm is infectious and breeds enthusiasm in others.

Finally, Action 15 is the plan. Putting everything on paper makes it real and is a step beyond just having a good idea.

R – Truly when I look at the actions that Alyson describes they can fit for any business. My favorite action is Number 7, Amplify Your Online Presence. This action includes a detailed review of Blogging. Alyson is the Queen of Blogs and I learned everything I know from her. I refer to this action often as I am continuing to learn the art of Blogging. If it wasn’t for Alyson I would still think that Blogging was some sort of strange dance.

If you want to be eligible for a free copy of I’d Rather Be in the Studio! The Artist’s No-Excuse Guide to Self-Promotion, click here to find out how. If you are in any way doing something – art, writing, a business – where you have to put the word out there, you need this book. It will make the work of marketing so much easier and a heck of a lot more fun.

I want to thank Alyson for writing this amazing and wonderful resource. What a gift to give to the World. Alyson, you are the best!

Here’s to taking action,



In honor of Cookie Tuminello joining us this week for a great teleseminar on People Pleasing No More I decided to post an article on what do to when doing your best isn’t enough. There are times when it doesn’t matter what you do, you won’t be able to please everyone. The best thing to do is focus on pleasing yourself, and let everyone else figure it out for themselves.

Your Best Might Not Be Good Enough

Doing one’s best is always a good policy. But, there will be times when, no matter how hard you try, it will not be good enough. There are people who will not appreciate or acknowledge the best you do.

No matter what I did for one boss it was never good enough. I tried for over a year to please him, and he always found fault with what I did. When others would compliment me he would point out what he didn’t like. I finally realized that, no matter how hard I tried, it was never going to be good enough. I transferred out of the department and found a boss that did appreciate me.

It doesn’t have to just be your boss that can’t be pleased. Friends, spouses and partners can also be challenging people to please. I know that I have been tempted to think that if I just loved this person enough, tried harder and did more they would appreciate me and see how wonderful I am. There are people who, no matter what you do and how well you do it, will never appreciate your effort. Even when you do your best it won’t please them and get you the appreciation you deserve. Although it is disappointing, the best thing to do is realize that you are in a losing situation and either stop expecting the person to appreciate you or leave.

Although I haven’t read the book, I love the title “He just isn’t that into you.” Sometimes we like people more than they can or will like us. Also there are people who will just never appreciate what we do. When presented with this type of relationship there are just two choices, let go of needing this person to appreciate you or leave. When I worked for the boss that just wouldn’t appreciate me I left and found someone that would. I figured out that it was important to me to be in a relationship with a person – either professional or personal – that acknowledged what I was doing. It drove me crazy trying to make this man realize my worth. Once I understood that it was never going to happen, I was freed to move on and be happy.

If you are doing your best and not being recognized or appreciated for it, you have choices. You can either let go of the need to be appreciated by the other person or you can leave the relationship. That may sound harsh, but if being recognized and appreciated for what you do is important, you need to find others that can do that. You can’t love someone enough or work hard enough to make her or him realize how wonderful you are. Let it go. Move on and find others who can support you.

I sure hope I hear you on the call on Tuesday. We are going to have a blast!

If you are a subscriber to 365 Days of Coaching I have great news for you. The teleseminar will be posted in the members only area of the website. If you are not a member now would be a good time to subscribe!

Here’s to taking action,


Join me for a People Pleasing No More Evening

“More Productivity, More Profit, More Power in less time!”

Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed, overworked and overpowered?

Would you like to learn the Top 3 Strategies for creating more of what you do want and less of what you don’t want in your life?

Join me on Tuesday, April 8th at 6pm MT (5pm PT, 7pm CT, 8pm ET) for a FREE teleseminar with Cookie Tuminello as she spills the beans on how you can create more productivity, more profit, and more power with less stress and more time to enjoy it all.

Cookie Tuminello is the unconventional, sassy and savvy founder of Success Source and the People Pleaser No More™ System, the most complete professional women’s coaching program for women who want to stop the overwhelm in their business and personal lives NOW!

She has been a frequent guest speaker and workshop facilitator for various women’s organizations dedicated to the empowerment of women. She has also been quoted in American Business Women Association magazine, Executive Women International magazine, New Orleans Biz magazine, and Baton Rouge Business Report just to name a few. She has also been interviewed on various TV and National Radio shows.

She is also a published contributing author in the powerful anthology “Power and Soul”, and produces a witty, yet thought provoking weekly newsletter called “Monday Morning Coffee With Cookie,” both of which are available at

I can promise you this teleseminar won’t just be informative, but it will also be a lot of fun!

Sign-up today! Seating is limited to 100 people and I know this will fill up so don’t be left out.

Join me Tuesday April 8th at 6pm MT (5pm PT, 7PM CT and 8pm ET).

The New Store is Launched


I am very excited to announce that the new store on my website 365 Days of Coaching is open for business. Yea! It took a tad longer than I thought to get it going but it is up and running and looks fabulous. Check it out!

Here is the featured product of the week. You will love this quotes book, all the quotes are by me. And when you sign up you get 365 Days of Quotes from Me!

Quote Me, I Said It – Coach Lee’s book of Quotes
An inspiring and motivating collection of words of wisdom in the form of quotes from Coach Rachelle Disbennett Lee, PhD, an International Speaker, Coach and author. This quotes book was designed to help keep you focused and on track with your goals and your life. The quotes in this book have taken over a decade to create and assemble and represent the best of what Coach Lee has to share.

Learn more about Quote Me, I Said It