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Purpose Driven Organizations

I don’t know about you, but when I watch movies, I tend to look deeper than the story that lured me into the theater. I look for the underlying message for training purposes. I guess I’m just deep like that – don’t judge me! Anyway, The Matrix is one of those movies. It has so […]

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Women in Business Improve ROIs, So Why No Promotions?

In many corporate environments, women are hindered by the glass ceiling. But at least one group of people has recognized that women running the business can be a good thing — and they’re even betting money on it. Some investors are using the “gender lens” to choose stocks, focusing their efforts on companies operated by […]

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6 Steps To Figure Out Your Purpose and Vision

So, we blinked and it’s March!  Are you still moving towards your goals for 2017? Or have you fallen short, with momentum slowing down already? The big question is, “What is your vision and purpose?”  If you immediately responded to this question, then, congratulations!  You’re ready to tackle life from a power position. If, like […]

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Mid-life Opportunity

Why didn’t someone tell me this was on the other side of womanhood? Remember the first time you had your cycle? Your mom, auntie, girlfriend, cousin or someone else likely gave you just the right advice to guide you along, right? While it was new, you were not alone. But where were they when I […]

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Empowering Women Leaders To Be Effective Time Managers

Where did the time go? Isn’t that the question often asked, as there never seems to be enough of it. But how is it that super successful people, like Richard Branson and Oprah Winfrey, have that same 24 hours, yet accomplish so much more? Time and money seem to be the two biggest challenges people […]

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Take the Risk, Win The Game

According to Psychology Today, fear is a vital response to physical and emotional danger—if we didn’t feel it, we couldn’t protect ourselves from legitimate threats. But often, we fear situations that are far from life-or-death, and thus hang back for no good reason. Traumas or bad experiences can trigger a fear response within us that […]

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Business Evaluation 101

This summer led me to a few very interesting places with many breathtaking moments. This is Mount Scott in Lawton, OK – beautiful! During my summer travels, I was in a small town visiting family. My aunt introduced me to a gentleman who wanted to pick my business brain. I was happy to oblige, as […]

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Finding your voice – A better Ask

I’m reading the book “Great By Choice” and learning how companies like Apple remain great and the values they’ve adopted to do so.  There’s a common theme of being “prepared”. While the book doesn’t cover in depth the value of understanding financials, according to businessmen like Kevin O’Leary of Shark Tank, a healthy relationship to […]

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Did Hillary break the glass ceiling?

What a moment we experienced recently, as Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. Many tears were shed as we embarked on a new day. Young girls and women of all ages faced a moment of inspired energy as she took the podium.  For the first time in history a […]

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Negotiate Your Way To Better Pay

When was the last time you negotiated? For your salary, for the new car, for your teenager to actually do her chores. How do you think you did? Maybe you felt nervous, uncertain. Maybe you “caved” as soon as the salesperson said, “I can’t do any better than that.” After all, you don’t want him […]

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