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What It Takes To Be A Woman Leader

In the professional world, it is socially acceptable for women to be seen as the supportive servants to men. For a woman to be a leader, she must confidently allow her own light to shine despite all the wind that tries to blow her candle out. 280 more words

Women In Ministry

What kind of leader are you?

With the success of the first #InspiredBy event on Sunday and a lot of exciting collaborations and feedback recently, it got me to thinking. What does it take in a person to be a successful leader? 664 more words

Why Your Work-Life Balance Strategy Never Works Out the Way You Plan

As women entrepreneurs, we live in fear that if we don’t get it all done in a day, we will fail.  Fail as a business owner, wife, mother or friend.  722 more words

Empowerment

My Partnership With Forbes!

I am excited to share with you that I have recently become a part of the invite-only Forbes Coaches Council as a representative from Canada to this global group.  254 more words

Coaching

The Greatest In Heaven Are Those Who Have Loved The Most

St. Francis De Sales is the patron saint for writers. Much of his lasting legacy is recorded in Introduction to the Devout Life which is a compilation of various letters he wrote to guide others on the path towards greater holiness. 4,117 more words

Catholic Church

What It Was Like To Participate in a Brain Injury Clinical Trial

For those of you who have been following my story for a while, you know I suffered a brain injury almost five years ago when I went into a medical clinic to get an x-ray of my neck and ended up fainting and hitting my head on the concrete floor. 1,144 more words

Speakers

Take a break from reading about Valentine’s Day dates, chocolates and flowers to learn about an amazing Girl Leader. Bessie Coleman was the first African-American woman to stage a public flight in America in 1922. 155 more words

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