Tag: empowerment of women

3 Simple Ways to Love and Pamper Yourself

~by Paulina Stevenson~ . Everywhere you look, there are self-help books, blogs, articles, and tips. Indulge me for a moment, and let me show you 3 simple ways to love and pamper yourself. When you fully love yourself, your thoughts become vivid, your path gets clearer, and you love others more unconditionally. You become more attractive,…
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Entrepreneur Interview – TalibahAset

TalibahAset is a Soul Therapist, Speaker and Author of The Joy of Heartbreak: Liberating Lessons From Lost Love. She has overcome physical, sexual and emotional abuse. She now uses her wealth of life experience to help other women release their pain and create uncommonly extraordinary lives. Entrepreneur Interview Q & A —– 1. What is…
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Surviving and Overcoming a Traumatic Brain Injury

~by Laura Gray~ . On December 6th, 2015, I sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) due to a fall off of a horse. The horse (not my own) spooked and ran one direction, sending me in the other. One of my teammates and captain, whilst the audience was silent, came up to me asking, “Laura,…
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Bola Onada Sokunbi

Entrepreneur Interview – Bola Onada Sokunbi

Bola is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI), Money Coach, Business Strategist, and founder of Clever Girl Finance, a platform that empowers and educates women to make the best financial decisions for their current and future selves. Her goal is to inspire women to pursue their dreams of financial independence so they can live life…
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Be Careful What You Tell Yourself

~by Carmen Jordan~ When I started my Company, CCL Restoration, back in 2010, I only had six months left of Unemployment Benefits. I contacted Legal Zoom to make my company legitimate. The woman on the other end of the line asked me, “What’s the name of your business?” I replied, “I don’t know.” She said,…
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Why Self-Discipline is Good for Business

~by Donya Zimmerman~   Cultivating self-discipline can be both rewarding and demanding at the same time. When you are self-disciplined, you: 1. Have power 2. Have a joyful heart 3. Feel liberated 4. Develop a victorious mindset With a disciplined mind, you are more likely to have a happy life. Without a disciplined mind, you…
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How I Created a Career Out of Pure Selfishness

~by Christine Hansen~ Let me begin by saying this: There is nothing better in the world than waking up from a good night’s sleep! Nothing! Okay, maybe after having had some great bed-related exercise before hand, but that’s just the icing on the cake. So I created a career out of pure selfishness. I am…
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Best Tips to Foster a Mentoring Culture in the Workplace

~by Hannah Whittenly~ . Formal mentoring programs are showing up in companies across the country. The popularity of mentorship within corporate culture is rising because leaders are seeing the clear benefits that it offers employees, management and organizations. You may think that setting up a program to encourage mentor/mentee relationships within your business sounds too…
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Is Written Communication a Challenge For You?

~by Pat Fontana~ Do you struggle with written communication? You might be suffering from Communication-itis. . Do you recognize the common symptoms of communication-itis? You struggle with putting words together to make a sentence You stress over what to capitalize, where to put the comma, when to end a sentence You’re not sure if the…
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Entrepreneur Interview – Angelica Rozewicz

Angelica Rozewicz is a Visibility Designer & Business Coach who works with female coaches, consultants and mentors who want to create thriving online businesses so they can be home with their family. When Angelica isn’t coaching or mastering online visibility techniques you will find her cooking a gourmet meal and playing with her 8 month old son.…
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