The person you are today is a result of habits. The good news is, habits change. That doesn’t mean bad habits go away; you can’t extinguish bad habits. It means you can change them. If you believe habits can change, then the next step is to recognize them. As soon as you become mindful of a certain bad habit, it becomes your responsibilityto change it. Change is hard. New routines require willpower and self-discipline, but if they didn’t, we wouldn’t call “winners,” winners or “successful people,” successful.



My mission in life is to help people launch ideas and achieve their goals. Beyond creating online courses, writing books, and producing content, I believe 1:1 coaching can be an impactful way to facilitate change. I currently offer two habit coaching programs through You can find out more by clicking the "Learn More" button.


For that reason, I made the decision to seek out services and tools to help me develop winning habits. That’s when I found I use this app every day to track habits like waking up early, reading books and listening to podcasts, working out, being grateful, and develop a daily writing routine. This powerful resource has helped me achieve my goals, form better habits, and build my expertise. 



Set Priorities for the day

Manage your energy

Do you often feel overwhelmed by all the things you have to get done? Are you “too busy” all the time? Too busy to do what matters most in your life? Then we need to work together.

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.”
— Aristotle

Inbox Zero

Manage your time

There is something amazing that happens when you can achieve and maintain an empty inbox. But how do you get there? Together, we will develop a system to deal with email overload that works for you. 

“Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson