Posts tagged with: right now

Thanksgiving is just days away. It’s the time of year for fellowship with family and friends and to show gratitude for the little things. I love Thanksgiving! It’s my favorite holiday. Seeing the faces of my family gathered together around...
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As a former basketball player, all the way up to the professional level, I am a planner and overachiever at my core.  When I became a single mom…which wasn’t in my plan at the time…I wasn’t fully prepared to deal...
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As a Certified and Licensed Marriage and Family Psychotherapist for 21 years, and busy mother of two, I consider myself open-minded. I like to stay open to allow myself to grow and learn. Reading books, being part of workshops to...
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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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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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Some companies offer flexible schedules or the opportunity to work remotely, part or all of the time. While other companies are demanding more time and production from workers—who in a challenging job market feel stuck where they are. Either way,...
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Don’t count the months until the next vacation your company grants you. Instead, travel as often as you like while you run a successful business that generates all the income you want. Make a list of the places you want...
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Building relationships has always been critical to starting and running a successful business, if you don’t get on with your colleagues it can be a real pain, so it’s important to build relationships. Thirty years ago relationships were built when...
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Most people spend their adult lives, their most productive years, regretting the mind numbing constraints of a corporate career and fearing the uncertainty of starting their own business. There is a third option. Thirty years ago Leslie Hocker and Ron...
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