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SETTING HEALTHY BOUNDARIES

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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...
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MARKETING ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET

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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.
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MAKING TIME WORK FOR YOU

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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...
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Mid-Life Career Transitions

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By Julia Mattern Most women expect the physical changes that occur at midlife, yet how many of us are prepared for the mental, emotional and spiritual shifts that also happen? Or the impact that this has on our lives and careers?
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Master The Art Of Client Attraction With These 3 Tips

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By Marcia Donaldson Do you remember when you started your business? Did you have a plan for client attraction? Probably not. You likely thought that clients would start flowing through the doors just because you are open for business. Are you frustrated because you don’t have enough clients?
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Curing Writer’s Block

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By Donna Dawley You have reached the end of the week, you haven’t written a word this week and you need to post your weekly blog. You have no idea what to write about. You stare at the blank page with no inspiration. What to do? Start reading!...
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Attitudes: Your Personal & Professional Growth

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By Cheryl Leitschuh Attitudes are habits of thought. Most of your basic attitudes were developed very early in life. The earliest understandable conditioning – physical touch, plays a critical role in your attitudes about people, love, physical safety and how you feel about yourself and others. As you...
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