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When I asked people in the community how they describe “beauty,” some of you said that beauty is something that refers to physical attributes and is often defined in artificial terms. Some of you very thoughtfully and openly said that it’s a source of inner conflict for many, particularly women because it’s often associated with appearance. Many people emphasized how girls and women struggle with this concept of beauty and what society demonstrates as beautiful. I think that gradually, and in small areas, we are trying to shift that a little, but for the most part, there is still that tendency towards certain images that claim to represent “beauty” in our media. Hopefully, we’ll continue to work towards changing that.

Let me share my vision or definition of beauty. Like some, I believe that beauty is more of an innate quality or a characteristic. It’s an internal, natural sparkle, and it’s the essence of something. And I believe that it’s present in everything and everyone. I once heard a quote that says, “Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart.” And I so deeply agree with that.

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I think of beauty on a broader scale. It probably has a wider scale than many. Even if you’re not exactly where you’d like to be as a mompreneur, as a mom, and as a woman, that doesn’t mean that life right now can’t be beautiful or enjoyable. And the best part is that you don’t have to do anything to make it attractive. Just a shift in perspective, and it will already be beautiful. All you have to do is open your eyes and awaken your appreciation for what it is. It’s really about seeing things differently. And that is mind power at its most essential capacity (and you that that is where I come from).


Opportunities and miracles constantly surround us, but we don’t recognize them because they come to us so gracefully and subtly. Things like every breath, every movement, every condition or circumstance create just a possibility for you to be alive right now; reading this right now is a beautiful experience existing by (I believe) no chance. We are often just inundated with our to-do list or get caught up in the chaos of things that aren’t important when it comes down to it. Realizing that beauty exists in every moment is possible, and it simply takes a way of seeing things a bit differently. A shift that begins in your mind.

Here’s the first tip: try exercising the practice of listening. And I mean listening. One of the biggest challenges to recognizing life’s magnificent moments is that we often don’t stop to listen to what’s happening around us, so that would be my first suggestion.

The second tip to enhancing how you view your world is to be non-judgmental. I know you already think you have this covered, but most of us don’t. We automatically criticize and judge countless things and people daily – often without awareness.

Another tip is to try finding beauty in life’s little things. Children are great at this, aren’t they? They see things; the things we take for granted excite them. And if you take the time, you will be amazed by how beautiful things are. The trees gently move with the wind. The leaves fall to the ground. The birds were chirping, and the water flowed (one of my favorites). The simplest things have the most profound beauty if you pause and notice.

In terms of our relationships, find the beauty in your connection. Your life is enriched through the presence of others. It’s a good idea to open your heart (or more) until you live from a place of less or no expectations and just tremendous acceptance – to see the people in your life for the first time. See things about them that you haven’t necessarily noticed or seen for a long time.

Regarding your business, consider your perceptions of yourself and where beauty is concerned. How you feel about yourself will be communicated to others whether you like it. And whether it’s how you think you are speaking with others or not. Consider how you feel about your business. Again, how you think about it will be expressed through everything you do in your industry. And finally, consider how you think about the people you are serving. Is it genuine? Are the people that you are serving aligned with your truth? Life, our relationships, and our ability to contribute to the world through a career are all beautiful gifts if we perceive them as such. Remember the guiding life wealth principles. If you haven’t heard them, they are developing fully, living deeply, and succeeding authentically. When you can close your eyes and still see the beauty, that is the ultimate life mastery because wealth flows directly from mental health. Marianne Williamson said, “The mind is the cause, and our experiences are the effects.” I invite you to develop the power of your mind – it is beautiful!


Alcohol scholar. Bacon fan. Internetaholic. Beer geek. Thinker. Coffee advocate. Reader. Have a strong interest in consulting about teddy bears in Nigeria. Spent 2001-2004 promoting glue in Pensacola, FL. My current pet project is testing the market for salsa in Las Vegas, NV. In 2008 I was getting to know birdhouses worldwide. Spent 2002-2008 buying and selling easy-bake-ovens in Bethesda, MD. Spent 2002-2009 marketing country music in the financial sector.