There are a lot of incredibly smart, savvy, and talented individuals out there ready to write the next chapter of their lives. If you’re reading this, my hunch is you’re probably one of them. You’ve enjoyed success, experienced failure, realized some of your dreams, exceeded many of your goals, had your share of disappointments.

You ask yourself, “What’s next? What now?” Another chapter is waiting to be written, but what will it be?

Chapter3Blog is not a blog about me. It’s a blog about all of us. It’s a way to share, inspire, connect, and network with others as we all write our next chapter.

Think of it as a place where you can have a heart-to-heart chat about stuff that’s relevant to all of us. Sometimes serious, sometimes funny, sometimes an idea that just needs to be explored.

I’ll write about what’s on my mind, introduce you to resources you’ll want to put in your contacts list, and share stories of what other people are doing in their next chapter.

Chapter3Blog is a place to be inspired. It’s a mirror that encourages you to look at who you are, consider what you’ve done, and then asks, “Where do you want to go next?”

It’s sharing our experiences and our wisdom and everything else that has shaped us into the people we are in the present. Because there’s always another adventure right around the corner. Chapter3Blog is going to ask you to take a step forward, look around that corner and discover what your next adventure will be.

Where do you want to go? What do you want to do? What inspires you? What baggage do you want to be rid of?

Instead of reading about an interesting life, go out and HAVE an interesting life. And if your life is already interesting, go ahead and supercharge it!

Take a deep breath, focus, and imagine the possibilities.

Where do you start? You just start.


As a personal coach with a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling, I inspire people to have an incredible life, no matter their age or expectations. Because it’s never to late to start the journey.

Many people ask me, “But where do I start?”

And my reply is always, “You just start.”