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In the Workplace

We spend most of our waking hours focused on our jobs and the work place. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, executive or a work-at-home mom, these articles and stories will offer examples of finding balance between work and home, how to get ahead in the workplace, and starting and maintaining a business. Explore the wisdom gained by individuals thriving in the workplace.

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Illusion of Struggle

Illusion of Struggle

 It takes great courage to transition from one meaningful activity to something that is unfamiliar or unknown. A part of that process is to let go, or release our unwavering grip, of something that is no longer serving our highest potential. On June 12, 2018, I...

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Living In Alignment

Living In Alignment

"We can definitely get into that paralysis of not knowing what to do. Stagnation is toxic to the soul. Stagnation happens when we become so paralyzed by too many options, fears or anxiety. Whatever the story is that we're not moving forward." -Sabrina Fritts A...

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A Life Without Judgment

A Life Without Judgment

Written By Barb Parcells I was watching a YouTube interview the other day featuring psychologist, author and Coach Dr. Robert Holden. During the interview, he asked the viewers to answer this question: “What would my life feel like if I didn’t judge?” What a powerful...

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Elevating Fearless Women@ Work

Elevating Fearless Women@ Work

When we feel stuck, or as though our choices are limited, there is a tendency to remain where we are - forever cementing patterns, remaining ‘stuck’ like we’re in a hamster wheel and cannot get off that course. Becoming aware of being ‘stuck’ like this can provide...

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Teaching Us How to Love

Teaching Us How to Love

“If you have true inner peace, nothing will rattle you. Your most prevalent growth occurs in the darkest moments. We grow in the dark. The dark is where the most beautiful creations begin.” -Natasha Botkin Life experiences lead us on a winding and twisting journey. We...

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A Heart vs. Head Centered Business

A Heart vs. Head Centered Business

“My personal motto is ‘Every obstacle is a doorway.’” -Reba LinkerIt has been said that creative people dance to the beat of a unique drum. As self-confidence develops, they realize the rules of others don’t resonate with them, and a sense of freedom blossoms as they...

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In Life, Be the Director of Your Own Movie

In Life, Be the Director of Your Own Movie

"Life is Delicious. Devour it with joy in every cell of your body, mind and spirit. You will see its perfect qualities reflected back to you in many ways, seen and unseen.” -Debra Oakland “I've been writing my whole life,” Debra said, “and putting it under the bed and...

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Making a Difference One Indomitable Woman at a Time

Making a Difference One Indomitable Woman at a Time

“The difference is that I don’t have YOUR answers; you do.” -Katt Tozier “I’ve often said I spent my teens rebelling, my twenties repressing, my thirties imploding, and my forties healing. I know that means my fifties (and beyond) are for sharing.” - Katt Tozier Our...

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Making a Difference One Piece of Art at a Time

Making a Difference One Piece of Art at a Time

By Jenn Ryan“My 'art' was also in the way I cooked, the way I tried to cultivate a bohemian lifestyle and environ, wherever I found residence.” -Jenn Ryan As a young girl, I was a creative thinker and writer. My third grade teacher at Taft Primary Elementary assigned...

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Making a Difference One Act of Kindness at a Time

Making a Difference One Act of Kindness at a Time

“My mission is to show others who are suffering with chronic illness that they can live a meaningful, purposeful life.” - Tae Lynne “It became an eight month journey of getting out of bed, going to a doctor's appointment, or having blood work done, and trying to...

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Healthy Workday Tips

“We get so screen focused we lose track of time, lose track of good health habits, lose track of ergonomics and the lines blur between work time and non-work time every day until it’s a never-ending stream of always on." -Kat Tozier By Katt Tozier It’s been said that...

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When I Listened

When I Listened

“I took my fear by the hand, eyes closed, head bowed, and I whispered, “I respect you, Fear. You are very powerful, and I honor your presence in my life right now. Walk with me, Fear." -C.K. KochisOur story is our voice. We may not tell the story the same way twice;...

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Awareness on the Edge

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