Dear Teressa Tuesdays

Every week, the content of my blog is based on a real-life scenarios – ones I’ve experienced as a facilitator, executive and personal growth coach, keynote speaker, as well as a manager and leader. Unresolved challenges at work and in life often get in the way of productivity and personal satisfaction. They cause us to question ourselves and the value of contributions we make.  Issues at work also bleed into other aspects of our lives – and vice versa – whether we realize it or not. The truth is most, if not all, problems have solutions.

I’m adding your voice the Spirit of Purpose blog. I want to hear about your concerns and interests, and support you as you resolve problems at work, at home or those that cross into both realms. If you have a specific issue you’re struggling with, let’s explore it together. Chances are you’re not alone. Others seek help with the same issues you do. That’s why I’m introducing “Dear Teressa Tuesday.”

Is there a question about work, leadership, living better or uncovering your purpose that you’d like addressed? Here’s your chance to hear the perspective of  an experienced coach and personal growth expert, for FREE!  Actually better than FREE. Read on…

Here’s how it works.  Email me at and share the question or issue you’d like addressed. You can also share a best practice you invented, adapted or stole shamelessly – something that can help others strengthen their A-game.

Every Tuesday, I’ll respond to one readers’ question or share a suggested best practice right here at  Professional help with your real life issues.

Important note: Make sure you write “Dear Teressa Tuesday” in the subject line of your email.

If you’d like to be identified as the contributor, note that in your email. If not, your “Dear Teressa Tuesday” question or best practice will be shared, anonymously.

And here’s the BETTER THAN FREE part. Include your mailing address and if your question or suggested best practice is selected, I’ll send you a signed copy of my book, “LIES That Limit: Uncover The Truth Of Who You Really Are,” as a thank you.

I can’t wait to hear from you at

  1. Question…

    Teressa, with many demanding priorities it is sometimes difficult to distinguish one’s real purpose from the demands of life. Even with great desire to know and understand my purpose, it feels as though I am despirately seeking the proverbial needle in the haystack.

    Please offer some advice…

    • Great question. Thanks for posting it. Because your question is one that others could benefit from, as well, I’ll reply to you in next week’s newslettter & blog post.

      Thanks, again. Have a good week.


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