Your Story Compels: 3 Powerful Reasons to Tell Your Story to Grow Your Business

by Michelle Mazur

I curled up on the couch with my 2 cats and did something I never do. Continue Reading →

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SETTING HEALTHY BOUNDARIES

By: Kelley Edelblut

ARE YOU HAVING TROUBLE SETTING BOUNDARIES IN YOUR LIFE?

For as long as I can remember, this seems to be a common theme with so many of my clients, that I thought I would address this topic. A boundary is defined as “a limiting or bounding line”Continue Reading →

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MARKETING ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET

By Dr. Gayle Carson

I believe that everyone needs to be a marketer. Without marketing, you can’t brand, people are not aware of who you are and what you do, and you don’t get the recognition you’re entitled to. Continue Reading →

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Are you spending time on things you value?

By Cheryl Leitschuh

 

Sorting through all the pieces of what goes into a life or career can seem rather daunting.  You may feel that if you can put food on the table and keep a roof over your head, and maybe somehow find time to spend with your children, that’s about all you can reasonably do.  Continue Reading →

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Take One Word and Write Daily

By Donna Dawley

If you want to be successful at writing to promote your business, you have to start writing on a regular basis.   Writing must become a part of your daily routine. It does not matter how much you write each day.  You may only write a sentence or a paragraph one day, an entire blog or chapter the next.  You may never use what you wrote that day.  It’s okay to write and then throw it away.  But you must write. Continue Reading →

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Multiple Vitamins: Over the Counter VS. Customized

by Faye Elahi

In an ideal world, if we all ate the right variety and amount of fresh, nutritious food, we probably could get by without any supplemental vitamins!

However, in the real world, with the best effort put into designing a balanced diet, we don’t get all the vitamins and minerals we need from food because: Continue Reading →

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Why don’t my goals work?

By Cheryl Leitschuh

It is not unusual for me to meet with someone who has an incredibly detailed outline of his or her goals. Continue Reading →

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2014 eWomenNetwork International Conference Preparation

August 7 – 10, 2014 at the InterContinental Hotel Dallas, TX

Valuable Tips for Optimizing Your Time at Conference

from Susan Rueppel, Chief Intuition Officer®, WINtuition® Continue Reading →

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MAKING TIME WORK FOR YOU

By Gayle Carson

Time management has always been a struggle for most people.  There’s an old saying that “time expands to fill the time slot given it.”  And that rings true most of the time.  That’s why you get so much done when there’s a deadline.  Think of sports and most of the major scoring is done in the last quarter and even the last few minutes. Continue Reading →

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I Need to Write a Blog or Book, but I’m Not a Good Writer

By Donna Dawley

As an author, I hear from people who are very impressed that I can write.  For me, writing is breathing.  But I know a lot of people for whom writing is torture.  They got bad grades in school.  They don’t know what to write about.  They are afraid if they write something, people will read it and disagree with them or laugh at them or call them stupid or…. Continue Reading →

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