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2017 Goals, Intentions & Declaration Tool Kit

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Wow, I can’t believe it has been 4 years since I started offering this free resource! I honestly thought that 2017 would be the year that I put it to rest and create something new. But then I started receiving emails asking for the updated 2017 version. And I remembered all of the amazing success stories I’ve received after people…

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Meditation for Creative Entrepreneurs

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Sitting still and quietingĀ the mind is one of the hardest things for me to do. In my opinion, it’s especially hard for women entrepreneurs, creatives and moms. Face it, our minds are everywhere! I’m always running, catching up, thinking, planning…and even worrying. Even while praying or attempting to meditate, things still race in my head. Meditation is truly a practice.…

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4 Ways to Keep Client Love Alive

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Wooing and winning new clients is an art. But keeping current clients engaged is a skill. We often get bogged down by the busyness of completing client work and fulfilling client requests. So much so that we neglect the personal connection and lose touch with the heartfelt love we once shared. KeepingĀ the love alive, regardless if your client/coach relationship has…

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Denver Startup Week Prep – 10 Must-Haves

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Tomorrow kicks off Denver Startup Week! And I’m ready! If you didn’t already know, this is a really big deal! Because if you looked up the words “entrepreneurship” or “startup” in the dictionary, a map of Denver would appear. Not really, but basically. Let’s start with the stats… Colorado is ranked as the No. 4 state with the most startup…

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10 Scriptures Every Woman Should Know About Money

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I’ve been on theĀ topic of money a lot lately. Mostly because I’m amazed at how the ebb and flow of being an entrepreneur can drive and impair the emotions. I always say that working for myself has been the hardest work I’ve ever done. It has also been the most rewarding. With regard to finances and revenue, the roller coaster…

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