Donald Trump. Orville Redenbacher. Oprah Winfrey. These are all names that immediately evoke a product, a sentiment, or an experience. The strategy of applying one’s personal attributes to a business isn’t just for real estate, popcorn or media moguls. Read the rest of this post »
Archive: Laureen Wishom
In my Tip 3 post, I discussed the importance of knowing your own definition of success. When you know your definition of success, you can then trust your instincts. It’s essential that you hone your intuition and then become comfortable making decisions about your life and business. Read the rest of this post »
In a previous post, I discussed the importance of consistency. When I discovered that I had built up consistency, I knew it was time to quit waiting for the next big thing to come along before I was ready start—I realized that I was the next big thing and I am a masterpiece. Read the rest of this post »
In a previous post, I wrote about success and in a different post, I wrote about how to understand your purpose. I shared that you must have your own definition of success and you must know your purpose based on your walk in life. Read the rest of this post »
In a recent post Career Lessons from Game-Changing, High-Achieving Career & Business Women, I shared the career lessons from seven game-changing, high-achieving women. The list of those high-achieving women included: Read the rest of this post »
Previously in Tip #4 of From Fit & Fine to Fabulous, I talked about the importance of walking in your purpose.
In essence, purpose is the purest form of you, where you are living in authenticity and your vision for your future begins to manifest as you grow and succeed. Read the rest of this post »
I thought it would be of interest to share the career lessons of today’s top career and businesswomen.
Even though some of these lessons may seem minute or of little consequence or value – rest assured that these lessons make a big impression when it comes to Impact. Influence. Income.™. Read the rest of this post »
I originally wrote this post two and one-half years ago. I decided to re-purpose this blog and post it for you again. Read the rest of this post »