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Peace ….. Trust ….. Healing

Have you ever known someone who’s story is so compelling that you want the world to know? Well….I know a person like that. Her name is Edie Tolbert.  She is the owner of Stonebrook Day Spa in Catoosa. She’s also the founder of The Stonebrook Project, a non-profit organization. The spa’s profits are used to serve cancer patients, FREE OF …

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Refuse To Worry

Matthew 6:34 (The Passion Translation) “Refuse to worry about tomorrow but deal with each challenge that comes your way, one day at a time. Tomorrow will take care of itself.” I’ve had this scripture solidly grounded in my life since 2008. I remember this vividly because it was during the economic crash which wreaked havoc on small businesses like ours. …

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David’s Checklist

Ron tells me all the time to stop questioning why and just do the thing in my heart. This thing in my heart is for my fellow Christian entrepreneurs. So here I am …… again. :0)  Something jumped out at me while studying. It was a checklist. I do love a good checklist. Don’t you?  Especially when it’s provided in …

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Align or Hustle?

Hustle or Align? It’s one or the other but it can’t be both.   Entrepreneurs, listen to me.  We’ve been lied to and it’s been packaged up and called – “Hustle”   After reading the below scriptures, I nearly fell out of my chair. Every word creates an alignment of peace if we stop ‘hustling’ long enough to really hear it.  …

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Illuminate the Eyes of Our Imagination

This scripture was in my Bible reading plan this morning. I really related to it from a Christian Entrepreneur’s perspective and thought some of my friends may too. This is Paul’s prayer in Ephesians 1:15-19 Message Bible: “… I ask—ask the God of our Master, Jesus Christ, the God of glory—to make you intelligent and discerning in knowing him personally, …

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How to Stop Chasing the Shiny Objects

  Hey Friend….. When was the last time you took a planning day (aka CEO Day)? A day of zero disruptions? A day to think about, write down and review your goals for your business? A day that you schedule in advance and hold precious. A day you protect from getting pushed aside? A day to look at the next …

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My 5 Time Management Hacks

Many of my clients (and I) deal with time management challenges. Actually, don’t we all at one time or another in our brave new world of entrepreneurship? I have picked these hacks up along the way. I’ve probably tried 25 but landed on these 5 which work for me. I’ll list them here and then expand on them below in …

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Let’s Have Fun Identifying Our Ideal Client

It’s difficult to really “know” your ideal client. Trial and error becomes your friend. If that ‘trial and error’ statement hit home with you, then I’m talking to YOU. When we start a business later in life (40+), so many of these concepts can be foreign to us. I know. I started mine at 50… FIFTY. YEARS. OLD. When we …

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Be Fearlessly Authentic

A few months ago I met with a person. Let’s call him “Mr. Hat”. The connection was established in one of those crazy multi person referral situations so I knew nothing of Mr. Hat. He was told my Vision Board Workshops would be a great option for a business group. We met at a local restaurant. If you know me, …

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I Co-owned a Business With My Husband

In my life, I’ve been a chickpreneur, a solopreneur, an artpreneur and a business co-owner. I’ve owned businesses of all shapes, kinds and sizes. Some I still have, others have been sold and some didn’t make it. In all of this, I consider the business I co-owned with my husband to be some of the most rewarding years of my …