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You’re Only As Smart As Your Next Move

Ah the glory days!  We all have them in one form or another.  It could have been when you landed that big client, and it made you the "it" girl in your industry for a period of time.  Or maybe you took a job at a dotcom company and made a financial killing at a time...

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Living In The Spin Cycle

I was having a chat with a friend who helps professionals and entrepreneurs put systems in place to make their businesses run smoother and their lives much easier.  We were talking about those people who know that if they were to change something specific, things...

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“BUSY” Is Not Virtue Nor A Badge of Honor

We've all heard it, and we all probably do it without thinking:  When someone asks how we're doing, we reply, "Busy."  Whenever I hear that, I think:  "Well, who the '@#$%!' isn't busy -- and just what does that mean?"  Some seem to say it with such pride -- they...

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The Harsh TRUTH About Advisors/Coaches/Consultants

How often do you hear that if you are building a business, you should have trusted advisors to lean on to help you navigate the world of entrepreneurship?  Hopefully you've heard it enough to take it to heart. Finding advisors you can trust is not only smart, but...

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Stop Acting Like a Baby!

There's a lot of talk out there about taking "baby steps".  OK fine.  Sometimes in life, we need to acknowledge that there is a time to celebrate even the smallest steps along our journey.  However, just because you can take "baby steps" doesn't mean that you should....

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Do You Have Vulnerababble™ Syndrome?

Vulnerababble Definition:  verb. The latest cultural practice of sharing in order to show “vulnerability” but wind up sharing every detail to the point of blabbing themselves into losing the very audience they hope to connect with. In other words, it's the style of...

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Strategic Sabotage-Busting

I was having a conversation today with a relatively new entrepreneur who was talking about her challenge with getting her name out there so people could find her and her business. She had a website designed for free by some students, but she still had to go find and...

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Who Are You Voting For?

When I was in high school, I was known as a skilled and versatile athlete.  I lettered 10 times in my four years and had natural leadership capabilities, even though at the time I didn't know it.  During my senior year, I was in my last season as a high school...

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