Leeza Gibbons burst onto the Hollywood scene as a host on Entertainment Tonight before going on to host her own Emmy-award-winning TV Show, "Leeza." She is the host of the radio show, "Hollywood Confidential" and founder of The Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation, which is dedicated to providing inspiration and support for the sufferers of Alzheimer's Disease and their families. Leeza created the foundation when her mother was stricken with the disease. Leeza was also a dancer on the 4th season of "Dancing With The Stars."

Leeza's hand shape indicates the energy of "fire." A fire hand has a rounded palm with fingers that are shorter than the palm. The angle of the photo doesn't do justice, but looking at the print on my desk, Leeza is a classic "fire" person. She is charismatic, vivacious, and energetic. The challenges for a fire person include juggling too many projects at once, feeling overwhelmed or pressured by things not done, and staying focused on the goal.

Leeza's Life Purpose from her fingerprints in "Success in the Community." She is certainly living her Life Purpose. For example, she is greatly respected in the Hollywood community for her warmth, work ethic and quality work. In the service community, Leeza is a tireless champion for helping those who need an advocate and voice of empowerment.

The 'success' aspect of her Life Purpose helps counteract the fire energy's tendency to get scattered; however, she will take on the work of three people and then feel behind if she can't finish it all. While in the waiting room of her offices before our interview, the awards on the walls and shelves revealed Leeza's incredible drive toward recognition, achievement and acknowledgment - hallmarks of the 'Success' Life Purpose. I thought to myself, before even seeing her hands, "This woman understands achievement and success. Imagine if every woman followed through on her dreams and went for the finish line? She has a lot to teach others about what it takes to truly succeed."

Leeza's Life Lessons are power issues and self-worth issues. This common combo is known as "Ms. Not Enough." (Mr. Not Enough for a man.) Leeza being the open, willing Leeza she is - allowed me to read her hands ON AIR and discuss her Life Lesson with her listeners. With this Life Lesson, she may feel that what she does is not enough, so she then drives herself to do more. The challenge with this dynamic is that Leeza's sense of worth and identity could get wrapped up in her latest success.

When is she 'enough' to take a break and acknowledge all that she's already achieved? I suggested that when she starts to feel the pressure of all her commitments, she take a breather and remind herself of everything she's already accomplished so she can see that SHE is the source of her success. This helps her pull the focus back into herself, rather than comparing or competing with everything around her. When I described this to her, she nodded her head vigorously in agreement.

What is your relationship to success? Do you avoid it, and avoid completing important tasks, or do you endlessly pursue achievement and rarely stop to acknowledge all that you've done? Success is about completing the tasks that allow us to live the life of our dreams, whether it's a sparkling Hollywood star on the Walk of Fame or a cabin in the Colorado mountains. Maybe, like me, you want a some glitz and some getaway in your personal success design.

Hand Analyst's Coaching Challenge: I invite you to write out your definition of success. What values do you want your life to express? Loyalty, trust, love, connection, creativity...? What material experiences do you want to experience? What goals are you willing to complete before the year ends? What long-held dreams will you fulfill in the course of your lifetime?

Author's Bio: 

Baeth Davis, "The Hand Analyst," is a professional hand analyst specializing in non-predictive palmistry. She helps female entrepreneurs, small business owners and women experiencing major life transitions to discover the calling of their souls and create practical, pragmatic business plans to make their unique life purposes both meaningful AND profitable. Visit Baeth at handanalyst.com to learn more and get a free copy of “The 5 Massive Mistakes Spiritually Oriented Women Make in Business (and How to Avoid Them!”