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5 P’s Entrepreneurs Should Know

A new year. A new DECADE! Like I do with most things in my life, I’ve taken a deep dive right into 2020 and the water is fine. I’m still globetrotting as a digital nomad – starting off January with the largest Asentiv Global Conference to date in Dubai! In between wandering through the desert and trying to get a ...

The Loneliness Question

“Time spent undistracted and alone in self-examination, journaling, meditation, resolves the unresolved and takes us from mentally fat to fit.” – Naval Ravikant, founder of AngelList “Aren’t you lonely?” This is a question that I’ve gotten many times since becoming a digital nomad and even before this ma...

Confessions of a Digital Nomad, Part II

“There are many things that seem impossible only so long as one does not attempt them.”  ― André Gide In my first blog on becoming a digital nomad, I focused on the art of letting go so I could become fully mobile. Now, several months deep into being a nomad, it’s the logistics – the little things that put ...

Confessions of a Digital Nomad, Part 1

“So where is your home base going to be?” As I sorted, packed, donated, and gifted away nearly all the material trappings of my life in the summer of 2019, I kept getting this question again and again from people. Somehow, the fact that I was going to be voluntarily homeless, wandering the globe with no permanent a...

Feedback vs. Criticism

My Mom was fond of saying, “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it”. But what happens when you have to say something, well, that isn’t all roses? As an entrepreneur, you have to speak up and address problems and unwanted behaviors from clients and team members. But how do you do it in the most c...

Lynnisms

Since I began working as a business coach with Asentiv in 2008, I’ve been sharing my experience as an entrepreneur and human being openly and honestly with my clients. My intention has been simple – to help them build an amazing business and spectacular life, regardless of where they are on their journey in ent...

No Regrets

How a Melanoma Diagnosis Inspired Me Seventeen years ago, I was diagnosed with Melanoma. On March 15th, 2002, doctors cut a chunk out of my arm. The memory of that time in my life, that exact moment when the doctor called and asked for me to pull over (I was driving), comes back to haunt me every now and then. I can st...

Fearless Transitions

3 Principles To Practice Through Changes in Life and Business Nothing is permanent. This is especially true in the fast-paced, fly by the seat of your pants business world. I believe in the motto – “grow or go”. Standing still and trying to fight or resist change around me never works, it is also not part of ...

Be a Scheduling Ninja, Part 2

A few step by step practices for really kicking time’s ass In my previous post, I introduced some big picture strategies that help me master my schedule as an active and engaged entrepreneur, business coach, speaker, community contributor, mom and traveling gypsy. In this post, I want to get down to the nitty-gritty ...

Be a Scheduling Ninja, Part 1

A few key strategies that help me kick time’s ass First of all, why would you want to be a scheduling ninja? If you don’t like to conserve energy, be more efficient, have predictable and consistent results, build scalability in your business, and most of all have people like you, then you should probably just stop ...