Some of you may think that you don’t have time to organize your office, but if you really knew how much time disorganization is costing you, you’d reconsider.
Office organization is a big job. It tends to be overwhelming at first glance -and guess what – even at the second and third glances. Read the rest of this post »
Fit, Fine & Fabulous is loving who you are – no matter your size, what you look like or don’t look like, where you live or don’t live, or where you are in your career or your business or your life. Read the rest of this post »
I have learned that success is doing what you love. It is discovering how to have a better career, a better business, a better life, and how to be a better you.
It is also the thought process of not judging your inside based on someone else’s outside. Read the rest of this post »
As you develop your Strategic Success Plan, your current life style and expected lifestyle will be key factors as your plan unfolds.
Be sure to sharpen your interest in learning, knowing, feeling, thinking, and acting. Read the rest of this post »
Along life’s journey, I have developed five personal core values. They represent the things I want to have in my life. I always review these core values as I establish new intentions. They are: Read the rest of this post »
As a Career, Business & Lifestyle Solutionist/Coach, it is so easy for me to become all to consumed with my profession – even to the point that all I want to read are articles or start discussions based on what I do (coaching high-achieving women) five days a week. Read the rest of this post »
I have learned that it is important to nurture your friendships and to always help others whenever possible. Read the rest of this post »
If yes, start by building an impressive brand that represents who you are and what you want to be known for.
Your brand embodies everything that you do and it can assist you in being recognized as a game-changing high-achieving business owner. Read the rest of this post »
Sheryl Sandberg says that all women should ask themselves the question: “What would you do if you weren’t afraid?” Read the rest of this post »