Monthly Archives: September 2013

V001 Introducing Coffee & Cards at Conroe Coffee

We are super excited to launch our new Coffee & Cards Video Series. Each Thursday morning we will sit down with local business owners to chat about business, greeting cards and even hot topics du jour. Our venue, Conroe Coffee, is located at 206 N. Main in Downtown Conroe. Owners Leo & Jason are happy to serve delicious coffee, tea, homemade scones and English treats. Stay tuned for more fun!

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Ants are Like Life

by Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte A few weeks ago, my husband and I had the great privilege to drive DeMarr Zimmerman to his hotel after a company training in Houston, Texas. DeMarr is a top leader in our company and a consumate storyteller. Though tired after a long day and sleepless night, he kept us entertained with stories about his father, fly-fishing, and networking marketing legend Jimmy Dick. I learned three important lessons from DeMarr: 1. Practice may not make you perfect, […]

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Vision Boards

by Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte A vision board is your road map to success. I’ve known this for over 20 years but had a mental block that was preventing me from actually creating one. After attending a vision board workshop with Reeshemah Holmes, America’s Top Health Coach, not only did I finally create a vision board, I had phenomenal results.

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How to be Perfect . . . or not.

by Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte This is a life lesson that I have carried with me since high school. I don’t remember the name of the instructor, but I remember the story. You don’t have to be perfect. You just have to be nice. About the Author: Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte founded MomGeek.com in 1999. She is a pioneer in online custom furniture sales, award-winning speaker, coffee lover, Sci-Fi fan, mom, NADA certified Archery instructor, Girl Scout leader and all-around groovy woman.  Not necessarily […]

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Scared to Fail

by Amy Edmonson I remember the first day of kindergarten. It felt like I didn’t sleep the night before. My mind went through everything that could go wrong. I would forget how to spell my name. I would trip in front of everyone. I would miss my bus. But the worst was I was horrified that no one would like me. I would be different. I would have on clothes that would be different and make me look like a […]

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