Jeannette

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Date registered: November 10, 2011

Latest posts

  1. My Self-Esteem Movie — October 12, 2017
  2. Video Tip: Headline Analyzer — October 9, 2017
  3. Guest Post: Modern Changes for Effective Leadership — September 28, 2017
  4. Video Tip: 3 Strategies for Lasting Change — September 25, 2017
  5. Guest Post: Marketing With the Help of the Brain — September 14, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. Should Goals Be Realistic Or Your Heart’s Desire? — 9 comments
  2. How to Create a Newsletter Plan — 5 comments
  3. Are You Working ON Your Business or IN Your Business? — 2 comments
  4. A SOARing Experience — 2 comments
  5. New Gmail Feature Needs Your Full Attention — 2 comments

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Oct 12

My Self-Esteem Movie

By Veronica Hislop WHAT IS SELF-ESTEEM? My Definition: “Self esteem is the art of  knowing who you are and what you want, trusting your heart and  living a truly authentic life based on your own sense  of self-worth and values. It is about being totally unapologetic  about what you stand for regardless of what others  might think of you. It is …

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Oct 09

Video Tip: Headline Analyzer

We all would like to get a better open rate on our emails, right. After all, when you are putting all that work to write that email, the more people who open it the better. Same goes for headlines on your blog posts, ads, etc. This video tip gives you a handy tool that will …

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Sep 28

Guest Post: Modern Changes for Effective Leadership

By Katherine Hartvickson What has 2017 shown us when it comes to leadership? Leadership and how to go about it changes with the times. Yesterday’s methods may no longer be the best option and certainly not the only option. When was the last time you reassessed your leadership approach? It’s an important question considering the …

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Sep 25

Video Tip: 3 Strategies for Lasting Change

We all make changes in our personal and business life because we want more fulfillment, happiness, success, and inner peace. But it’s not always easy to make those changes and it’s even harder to make the new change a habit so it will last. Here are 3 strategies for making lasting change in your life.

Sep 14

Guest Post: Marketing With the Help of the Brain

By Dr Simone Ravicz Consumer Neuroscience: Marketing With the Help of the Brain The application of neuroscience, or the study of the nervous system and the brain, is springboarding from the realm of research and medicine to many other areas, from economics (neuroeconomics) to marketing (consumer neuroscience). While it might just all sound too far-fetched …

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Aug 31

Guest Post: Balancing Your Life

By Aimee Reese We all agree that we should live balanced lives. We should never put too much emphasis on a single area of our life at the expense of others. For instance, one should never be too busy to laugh. That said, how exactly does one figure out when they need to balance their …

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Aug 28

Video Tip: Do You Have Mindworm?

In this video tip, I explain what a mindworm is and how to eliminate it.  

Aug 22

All-New Business Bootcamp for Coaches

I’m so excited to announce that the doors are officially open to my friend Melinda Cohan’s NEW Easy-Breezy Coaching Business Bootcamp 2.0! (But only for the next 3 days.) What IS the Easy-Breezy Coaching Business Bootcamp? It’s a world-class, 10-week program that gives new and seasoned coaches exactly what they need to get their businesses …

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Aug 17

Guest Post: Developing Your Ideas & Designing Your Future

By Randy Tudor I recently met with a client who is very concerned about losing his job. He has worked hard, has built a great reputation in his industry, and has risen to a leadership level that he always wanted. But he’s still worried. His company was recently taken over by another company, and the …

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Jul 20

Guest Post: Personal Responsibility: Are you a Victim?

By Carolyn R. Owens There are so many thoughts that come to mind when we talk about the subject of personal responsibility. We often avoid talking about the subject because it’s something we really don’t want to accept about ourselves, the things we don’t won’t to face. However, when you don’t take a look at …

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