New Year’s Resolutions: Finding Success and Happiness

My New Year’s resolution is to redefine success and happiness. As a female entrepreneur, I get to make my own rules, but the trouble is I’m still living by the

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How To Ask For A Raise At Work (And Actually Get One)

“I deserve a raise! They would be lost without me! I’m such a hard working employee!” Have you thought these very same words to yourself? If the answer is yes, you are not

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How Having A Side Hustle Will Increase Your Career Success As A Mom

When you are in your next job interview and your potential employer asks what you do outside of work, what do you say? Do you tell them about your side

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Ambitious? It’s Time To Beam Your Brilliance Into The World

Be happy, healthy, successful, funny, generous and smart. Yes, really. You can be all of these things and likely you already are. As ambitious women we naturally have big goals and

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Creating More Of What You Want

Every time you find yourself particularly enjoying something—anything at all, from taking a simple but refreshing nap every afternoon to the adrenaline rush of sealing a six-figure deal—get into the

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Nurture Your Relationships

If you want to be truly in touch with life, don’t lose touch with the people that matter to you. Make time for close friends. Remember to thank and appreciate your

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Narrow Your Focus

We talked earlier about focusing only on three top priorities: Now take that one step further, and look for three things it would be a relief to drop every day.

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Why You Need to Lose the Word “Should”

There was a saying back in the nineties: “Don’t `should’ on me, and I won’t `should’ on you”. It’s still as relevant today as it was then. “Should” is a word

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The Importance of Staying Connected

There’s a tendency among those who work at home to become accidental shut-ins; especially at first, when struggling to learn every facet of a new business. If you are like me

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What’s The Worst That Could Happen? Follow My Formula

Instead of concentrating on your fear, ask yourself: “What’s the worst that could happen?” (WTWTCH Formula) Once in a blue moon, yes, you’ll realize that things are definitely risky to the

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