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  • Celebrating Fathers Every Day

    Father's Day is a wonderful way to honor the fathers in our lives. I'm so grateful for my own father, who raised me to believe there were no limitations in my career pathway and life choices. He was strict when it came to rules, homework, church, and dating, but he was easy when it came to...

  • Getting out of your own Way

    As women, sometimes we put our own roadblocks in front of us. The more we become successful, the greater the challenges that face us. And, incredibly, the larger the obstacle in our path, the more life-affirming, creative, and energizing is the solution -- if we are...

  • Honesty is the Best Policy

    Your customers, clients, and associates want to know the "real" you. They want to know if they can trust you.

    They want to know if your book will truly help them with their needs, or if your product will help them succeed, or if your service will answer their...

  • Green Businesswomen - Grow your Mastermind Circle

    When you're starting your green business, it's so important to have a core group of people to help you grow and thrive. Creating a mastermind group means developing this core group of individuals who help you achieve your objectives. For women in green businesses, this means reaching out to one...

  • Learning how to Partner with Others: 5 Tips to Remember

    Do you offer something that someone else may need?

    Does someone else offer a service or product that you need?

    Consider becoming partners!

    When you're building a business, it's important to work with people you trust and like.

    You'll want to decide if you want...

  • What do Women Need Most to be Successful?

    Here are the top five items I believe women need to be successful:

    1) Clarity of purpose

    As you go through your journey of achieving and celebrating success, you get closer and closer to a single, clarifying, unifying life mission that tells you what you are here...

  • Follow the Path and Go Straight to your Destination

    I'm re-reading some of my favorite books from Paulo Coehlo: this time it's his first novel, "The Pilgrim", which is about his road through the pilgrimage route of Santiago de Compostela.

    There is an interesting section when his guide gives him a talking-to, and he realizes that he has...

  • Lessons in Success: #27 Stretch Every Day


    Stretching our body every day is an excellent way to keep limber, fit, and healthy. Stretching on a regular basis is a great routine to incorporate into your day, particularly in the morning, right when you wake up.

    I'd like you to take five minutes now to stretch out your body...

  • Lessons in Success: #26 Find the Balance



    "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction."

    - Newton's Third Law of Motion

    "Our very life itself is a paradox, contradictory in many senses; whenever you have too much of one thing you have problems created by that. You always...

  • Lessons in Success: #25 Cultivate Others through Mentoring


    When we mentor others, we in fact increase our own abilities, because we need to explain, enlighten, process, and understand our own experience in order to share our experiences with others.

    For example, a math teacher truly understands a theorem when the teacher is able to teach...

  • Lessons in Success: #24 Start to Share



    Sharing is one of the greatest ways that we may increase our own and our dearest loved ones' success.

    Think about it: when you learn a lesson, either through a mistake, or through hard work, or just through luck, you alone have learned that lesson. When you share your...

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    The people on this list are overwhelmingly female, in leadership at their organization, business, or in their career, and are predominantly in the United States (we do have some international members on the list). I will only send success-oriented tips once...

  • Values

    We believe in the following Seven Pillars, and we do our very best to abide by these values as we move forward.

    "We are all creative, resourceful, and whole." - Coach Rob Seidenspinner


    1) Create a Compassionate World


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