(VIDEO) Women going global…



So many mentors talk about “going global” with your message.

But what they don’t tell you is… they are spending 40 hours a week plus behind their computer…

Creating programs…

Writing emails and sales copy.

Doesn’t that just sound like a job?

So what if you can work from anywhere in the world if you have no time to enjoy your life?

I want to introduce you to my friend Gina DeVee, creator of Divine Living, who has truly “gone global” in her business, and in a very chic way.

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In fact, in the last few months alone, she has run her business from the Italian islands, Greek islands AND Paris.

And one thing I know about Gina DeVee is that she does not slave away behind a computer.

She has learned to create a 7-figure international coaching business AND a luxurious life style filled with pleasure.

She is living the empowered feminine, a.k.a. Queen life to the fullest…

Her life as a struggling psychotherapist was not always filled with abundance, grace and ease…and now she’s available to share her journey of transformation with you… 

She’s revealing how she did it – and how you can too.

She’s also inviting you to be one of the first to know about her long waited for International Coaching Certification Program for Women, a program where she has combined THE BEST of coaching mastery, and business excellence… so you can create the lifestyle of your dreams in a feminine way.

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According to Gina DeVee, getting from lack, limitation, and frustration to living it up in the world’s exotic destinations wasn’t that hard.

What was hard, was the struggle.

What was hard, was not living her divine purpose daily.

Are you ready for this kind of transformation in your own life?

Embrace being wealthy and feminine? And funnel the power into your dreams, instead of your to do list?

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Run your business and your life in an empowered, feminine way. Don’t let it run you.


P.S. If you’re craving to develop business success and lifestyle grandeur, I know no one better to recommend on this subject  than Gina DeVee.


The Heroine of Pemberley: Elizabeth Bennet

“There is a stubbornness about me that never can bear to be frightened at the will of others. My courage always rises at every attempt to intimidate me.” – Elizabeth Bennet

One of my all time favorite heroines in literature is the dazzling Elizabeth Bennet, of Pride & Prejudice.  It’s hard to find many people who aren’t captivated by her.  Even the proud Mr Darcy “had never been so bewitched by any woman as he was by her.”

photo credit: J. M. Richards via photopin cc

photo credit: J. M. Richards via photopin cc

What is it about her that makes her so enchanting to us, even 200 years later?  She has little wealth.  She is considered pretty by those who know her, but not compared to the ravishing beauty of her sister, Jane.  Her manners are not “fashionable” and she has never been professionally tutored.  By the standards of the day (and let’s face it – probably by the standards of today too) she should have had very little to recommend her.

And yet millions of people, not just Mr Darcy, have fallen hopelessly in love with her for the past 200 years, and will continue to fall in love with her for centuries to come.  So, what is her timeless appeal?

It’s pretty simple.  Lizzie Bennet unapologetically loves and values herself.  Even when she’s surrounded by those who mock her.  In the company of those of a higher social sphere, she speaks confidently whenever there’s an opening.  She refuses to see herself as less than anyone else.   Even though Darcy is her social superior which had an importance in this time that we can scarcely understand today, she considers herself his equal.  She never considers herself ‘lucky’ to have caught such a man.  She’s a prize and she knows it.

She is also radiantly authentic.  She says what she thinks, and her honesty and wit are noted by everyone around her.  She refuses to sit quietly by and be seen and not heard.  Because of this, she stands out in people’s minds and becomes unforgettable.  She is completely grounded in who she is.  She knows herself very well and isn’t afraid of what she sees.  She owns her flaws, admits her mistakes and fully embraces the chances to learn from them and be a better person.

The effect of her deep self-love and authenticity on those around her is blindingly obvious.  Scarcely any man who comes into the book escapes her charms.  Even in the company of her much prettier sister, Jane, or her louder, more out-going sister, Lydia, Lizzie is the woman almost every man is irresistibly drawn towards.  The people who are repelled by her authenticity are the very people she would not wish to deal with.  She’s perfectly comfortable with someone thinking badly of her.  She doesn’t need anyone’s approval or permission to love and honor herself.

photo credit: Patrn via photopin cc She also gets to live here!

photo credit: Patrn via photopin cc                                          She also gets to live here!

This is one of the greatest truths we can remember when it comes to anchoring into unshakable self love.  Faces will come to mind, of the people who would argue with you loving yourself.  After all, you’re much harder to control when you love yourself so passionately that you no longer care what others think of you.  So remind yourself of this truth several times a day.  Embrace Elizabeth Bennet’s attitude.  You do not need anyone’s permission to love and honor yourself.  You do not need anyone’s permission to be your full, authentic, radiant self, fearlessly embracing all parts of you.

Elizabeth would be proud!

Choose Love over Fear

“There are only two emotions: love and fear. All positive emotions come from love, all negative emotions from fear. From love flows happiness, contentment, peace, and joy. From fear comes anger, hate, anxiety and guilt. It’s true that there are only two primary emotions, love and fear.

― Elisabeth Kubler Ros


For a while now, I’ve been taking myself on a profound journey to consciously choose Love over Fear.  This means that I don’t make any decisions which are Fear-based.  When I feel that sense of urgency and panic, that I MUST DO SOMETHING RIGHT NOW OR SOMETHING BAD WILL HAPPEN!! I stop.  Breathe.  And remind myself that any decision based on Fear is almost guaranteed to be the wrong one and taking me further from my true path.  This is a lesson I’ve learned over and over again in life.  I can either graduate from this lesson now, or it will keep repeating itself until I learn it in the future.

Heroines choose from Love.  Think of some of the best loved and timeless heroines in literature.  Think of Elizabeth Bennet’s confidence, and self love when she states : “I am determined that only the very deepest love will ever induce me to marry.”  She declares this, clearly and without apology at a time when a marriage, even a loveless one would have ensured her comfort for life, whereas remaining single could have meant a life of poverty and ridicule.

Think of another heroine, Jane Eyre, who declares in one of the most difficult moments of her life: “I care for myself. The more solitary, the more friendless, the more unsustained I am, the more I will respect myself.”   That quote takes my breath away.

My biggest regrets from the past are from times when I’ve chosen Fear.  When I ignored my own inner wisdom and allowed myself to be pressured for fear of losing the person who was pressuring me.  I ended up in relationships which were not only toxic, but some were outright abusive.  I played small and allowed Fear to dictate how I responded to someone because I didn’t want to lose their friendship.  When in reality, I know from experience that the people who are only in your life as long as you’re living from Fear are the people who will leave eventually anyway.  They are not meant to be in your life.  And if someone is destined to no longer be in my life, I’d much rather they left because I came from a place of such self love and self respect that they knew there was nothing they could to do control me.

Love is the emotion that leads us to the things that are right for us at the level of our souls.  Do you think you’re soul mate will come into your life when you choose from Fear or Love?  Is your soul mate likely to be the guy you tolerate, who doesn’t see you or support you? W ho expects you to meet his needs while offering nothing in return, but you choose to be with because you’re afraid if you leave, you’ll never find anyone else again?

Or is he likely to be the guy who sees you and adores you, who opens you up to an even deeper love than you’ve ever known before, who you choose to be with because you love him, and because you can’t wait to spend the rest of your life with him?

How about discovering your true purpose?  Which is more likely to give you the greatest level of satisfaction, joy and abundance?  Staying in a dull, gray office, looking out your window at gray skies and a gray business park because you’re afraid to risk leaving and step out into the unknown?

Or throwing your heart and soul into that thing that lights you up, which wakes you up at night, buzzing with excitement, which you can’t wait to share?  Which is likely to be your gift to the world?

Which one is the Heroine’s path?

Heroines choose Love over Fear.  And they choose it consciously, one step at a time, day after day until their world has changed and they can no longer imagine any other way to live.