"Harmony makes small things grow,
lack of it makes great things decay."


"Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony."

-Mahatma Gandhi

"Harmony is a beautiful balance between mind,
body, and soul measured in tender peaceful moments."

-Melanie Koulouris

"Beauty is being in harmony
with what you are."

-Peter Nivio Zarlenga

"When the pursuit of natural harmony is a shared
journey, great heights can be attained."

-Lynn Hill

As a Legacy Coach and Family Enterprise Advisor I help individuals and families create clarity on their values and vision & define their strengths to live in harmony.

Danielle has an avid and very real curiousity.

You ask her a question and she flips it around so effortlessly that somehow you find yourself answering her questions and wondering how that happened. She is eager to learn, doesn’t stand in judgement and steeps herself into lifelong educational opportunities. Family is also incredibly important to Danielle. It starts with the inner circle of her husband and her daughters and rapidly extends out to siblings, parents, neices and nephews.  Whether it is a good marriage, establishing and maintaining strong bonds with her children, or ensuring the extended family is in a good place, Danielle is keenly aware of the issues related to continuity and works hard to help set her family up for success…in whatever way they define that.

– Dr. Julie A Morton, FEA, Chief Continuity Officer, Our Family Office

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What’s Important Now? (also known as WIN!)

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“Quality questions create a quality life. Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.“ – Tony Robbins I love listening to motivational speakers for inspiration. A few of my favorites are Brené Brown, Byron Katie, Dalai Lama, Siri Lindley, Simon Sinek, Tony Robbins and Marianne Williamson. If you’re looking for…


Bottom-line Questions and How They Ground You

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“The bottom line is to have fun and enjoy life.” – Actress Rekha The holidays can be a hard time for some people but like it says at the end of this article: “All the darkness in the world cannot put out the light of a single candle. It will shine. Like that candle, you…


Forming New Habits – 66 Days to Retrain Yourself

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“A habit cannot be tossed out the window; it must be coaxed down the stairs one step at a time.” -Mark Twain Research tells us that it takes an average of 66 days for a behavior to become a habit. At first, that may sound like too long to wait for a reward of adopting…