Listen, Clear, Travel | 3 Words for 2016

2016 has been a fantastic year for me personally. For my blog, not so much. At the beginning of the year, I outlined over a dozen blog posts intending to finish and schedule them weekly. Great plans for my 30 Women Who Mean Business series, and inspirational metastatic breast cancer updates, as well as, relationship marketing advice fell to the wayside as I lived my incredible life. Those unfinished blog posts are still sitting in my editorial calendar queue, like this gem […]

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Carol Hackman Believes Everyone Deserves to Feel Beautiful

Carol Hackman is a Mary Kay Consultant in the Greater Houston, Texas area. She teaches skin care and color cosmetics while building relationships with her customers. She believes that she is not just in the beauty industry but also in a relationship business. “Everyone deserves to feel beautiful!” – Carol Hackman How did you get started in your business? I wanted to make a positive impact on others. How has your business made you better? I am now able talk […]

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Top 10 Breast Cancer Myths According to Dana-Farber

It’s October. For many Americans, that means Columbus Day (a 3-day weekend for many), decorating for Fall, and stocking up on candy for trick-or-treaters. For many, October also means breast cancer awareness and the pink-washing of America. I will share my thoughts on the whole pink thing in a future post. Despite bringing awareness to, and opening up dialogues about, the disease, Breast Cancer Awareness Month has yet to quell a myriad of myths women believe.  I must admit, until […]

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Is Cancer a Gift?

There is a great debate over whether cancer is a “gift” or not. Shortly after being diagnosed with aggressive Her2+ ER+ Breast Cancer two and a half years ago,  the unwanted guest in my breast I call Bertha, metastasized to my lungs.  Despite being now NED (no evidence of disease) the professionals tell me I will be in treatment for the rest of my (lusciously long, happy life). Thursday night I had the honor of serving as a judge with four other amazing […]

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Planning Your MLM Reboot

Full Disclosure:  This article isn’t really about your MLM reboot, it’s about mine.  Hopefully, by sharing my plan, it may help you create your plan, should you ever find yourself in the situation I find myself in today. My Story For the past two and a half years, I have lived with metastatic breast cancer. Understandably, my life and my MLM business have been on hold.  I’ve done what I could to support my team, but truth be told, my team has […]

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5 Publicity Tips from Thomas Edison

When you think about Thomas Edison, do you automatically wonder what publicity tips he might have to offer? Yea, me neither. And then, while on a recent trip to Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan, I discovered Thomas Edison’s real genius was not his inventions, it was his use of the media to his own advantage. Which proves the point, if you pay attention, there are lessons to be learned everywhere you turn. Greenfield Village Greenfield Village, part of The Henry Ford Museum […]

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Amber Munos Helps Women Feel Beautiful on a Budget

Amber Munos sells Paparazzi $5 Accessories because she loves helping women feel beautiful on a budget.  Her business is aptly named Amber’s Awesome Accessories. How did you get started in your business? One of my friends was selling it and I saw how awesome it was and decided to buy my starter kit. What was the biggest hurdle you had to overcome in your business? Being able to store my inventory and buying new inventory. How has this hurdle made you […]

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Conversation with “Poised in Stilettos on the Front Pew” Author Wytress Mitchell

Wytress Mitchell is the author of “Poised In Stilettos on the Front Pew” and founder of Poised Ministries. Describe your work. I was diagnosed with LUPUS several years ago. Just authored my first book. I unwrap the enigma of Lupus and tell how you can survive and be poised. How did you get started? By writing a book. What was the biggest hurdle you had to overcome? People telling me it was not a good idea. How has this hurdle […]

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One Bite at a Time | Conversation with Teresa Sisson

Teresa Sisson is the owner of Sisson Kitchen in New Caney, Texas. Describe your business. Sisson Kitchen is the culmination of all that I do and everything I do comes from the heart. I am a Tupperware consultant and with my husband, Ronn, I also have a food trailer. These two businesses allow me to combine my love of cooking and helping others. How did you get started? I started my Tupperware business because it was a great deal on […]

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You Don’t Have to Run Your Business Alone | Conversation with Virtual Assistant Angela Campos

Angela Campos, founder of Virtual Assistant Services Team, provides traditional executive administrative services virtually.  Services are provided on project basis, one-time consult, or on retainer for when you need that “extra right hand”. “Imagine the secretary or admin sitting behind a desk in a corporate office. That’s me, but I get to do what I love from the comfort of my home. I have experience with C-Level executives but don’t let that scare you away!” explains Campos. How did you get started […]

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