Posts tagged with: Getting someone started

I’m an artist…a singer, songwriter, composer, producer and union actress. Writing songs and being creative are my overarching passions. I moved to the United States at the age of 17 to pursue music. This decision led to many adventures. I’m...
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A few years ago I visited my Functional Medicine Doctor. Ever helpful at the front office was the receptionist who mentioned this fantastic product helping to smooth the skin on her arms and legs by minimizing the appearance of that...
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  When someone I trust shares a product with me,…one that is working for them…,I’m more open to drawing from their experiences and giving it a shot. I spent years struggling to find solutions, so trusting the people I know...
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I’m an entrepreneur at heart. As a young boy I looked for ways to earn money by doing jobs around my community. In high school I saw an ad in the back of magazine on how to start an import/export...
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Throughout my childhood I always remembered my mother saying, “I want you to be better than me!” I was raised in a single parent home; my mother could not afford to give me the best things, but I had an...
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It’s Not About What You Are Retiring From – “What Are You Retiring To?”   Back in the early 80’s I was living on the West Coast of the US and working for the Federal Government. I had a comfortable...
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“There is REAL MONEY Behind This!” –  How a “Side Gig” Saves Family After Son Diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis   Looking at my college credentials and the trajectory I was on after obtaining my Masters Degree, you’d have thought my...
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Are You Ready for the New Economy? Look around and you cannot deny the swiftly changing landscape of our lives under the influence of technology. On the one hand, we have cell phones and iPads which have made much of...
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Never Pee Alone, A Life Blesson When I was 5 years old, I cut my thumb after discovering a razor blade in the bathroom medicine cabinet. It was an innocent mistake that required stitches. I vividly remember watching as the...
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Beach Bum to Poolside Entrepreneur   In college I worked as a beach lifeguard. I often referred to myself as a “professional beach bum” because I wasn’t sure what career path I wanted to take upon graduation.   That’s when...
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