strengths in business
Inspiration, Leadership, Uncategorized

5 Steps to Leverage Your Strengths

You have strengths and weaknesses, just like every other person in the world. But few people intentionally take advantage of their strengths. Imagine the impact you could have on your life and the lives of others by leveraging your strengths.Advantages to Building and Utilizing Your Strengths You can earn more money. Your strengths are valuable.… Continue reading 5 Steps to Leverage Your Strengths

Leadership, Uncategorized

7 Traits of Inspiring Leaders

Effective leaders create movements that only exist when people choose to follow in their footsteps. Without a leader, movements disintegrate and fail. The role of the leader is to motivate individuals to collaborate in the service of something bigger than themselves. Unfortunately, there are far too many bosses leading businesses and far too few leaders.… Continue reading 7 Traits of Inspiring Leaders

Business, For Single Mothers, Inspiration, Leadership, Uncategorized

Being Alone Doesn’t Mean Lonely: Learn to Love It

If you're recently separated, divorced, or even had a recent break-up, understand being alone doesn't have to be a bad thing. It's been since October 2018 for me (currently writing this article July 2019) and it was extremely difficult to be alone at first. The Beginning and the Transition Sleeping alone was nearly impossible for… Continue reading Being Alone Doesn’t Mean Lonely: Learn to Love It

Business, Leadership, Uncategorized

Looking Straight into the Face of Adversity

Hey, guys! As many of my readers know, I have been going through some challenging times lately. In many fields, people encourage you not to mix your personal life with your professional life. In my field, I have discovered through speaking with many CEO's, business professionals, and other leaders, discussing the obstacles you have faced,… Continue reading Looking Straight into the Face of Adversity

Business, Leadership, Uncategorized

Divorce, Hardship, and the ‘Professional’ Image

You know, they say you shouldn't mix business and personal experiences. Over the last few years, I have met hundreds of corporate executives, business owners ranging from large to small, and several 'celebrity' figures. Do you know what they all had in common? They didn't hide anything. Ever. If they were going through an amazing… Continue reading Divorce, Hardship, and the ‘Professional’ Image