With a passion to engage, motivate and inspire professional success seekers to lead lives that fulfill their core desires, Leila Khan started her own Facebook group, Trailblazers, about three years ago as a more effective approach to connecting with her life coaching clients.
More by chance than by design, trainer, coach, and consultant Adeline Heng ventured into the Facebook group realm as an administrator. That has been nothing short of a game changer for the author of Doing Good and Doing Well: Find Personal Success By Helping People Live Better and Healthier.
You’ve decided to start your own Facebook group. Congratulations are in order but almost immediately you have some important decisions to make, not the least of which is whether to make participation in your Facebook group public (open to all to join), secret (invites to join issued by the group host) or closed (members who ask to join are approved by the host).
December is a month of celebrations, whether we are celebrating because of the holidays and the long breaks, or were celebrating because it is the last month of the year, and we are so looking forward to ending the craziness of the current year.
Lost your mojo’s? Life seemed sucking out the life out of you?
Wanna bring the spark back and learn to re-ignite your life?
Todd Judkins, consultant, speaker, and author of the book RE-IGNITE: Regain a Better Body, Better Health, and Turbo Charge Your Energy will officially launch his podcast show on January 11, 2017.
“Stay humble, be vulnerable, remove the ego and follow your purpose. Entrepreneurs have to learn their lessons every single day because there’s so much to learn, follow purpose not passion”– Jack Wong
From sleeping on a floor and stealing food to eat to building a business empire of her own, sought-after inspirational speaker, realtor, entrepreneur, and author of two books, Multiply Your Business and The Flight of Your Life, Theresa Barnabei proves that there’s no limit to what you can achieve when you’re living the life of your dreams.
Writer Entrepreneurs: The Power Of Writing Books with JG Francoeur
You’re about to meet a man who published 1,000 authors, built his first company on credit card line, built ten companies and now consults to CEOs all over the world. Yet, like the rest of us, he’s had his bad days too. In fact, one in particular that almost crashed his new company, a fascinating story and one I can’t wait to hear. Welcome, JG Francoeur, to the show.
Transitioning from a well-paying job as an employee to becoming entrepreneur requires more than just a dream.
For Kim Speed, a Brand Visibility Expert of her own company, Purple Moon Creative, and author of the groundbreaking book, Branding on a Shoestring: How to Re-Create Your Small Business Identity and Increase Results in 83 Days or Less, taking that leap from being an employee to becoming an entrepreneur requires massive planning and mind shifting.
For more than 25 years, Irene Stronczak-Hogan accumulated a wealth of knowledge of, and experience in, the medical and pharmaceutical fields.
Now the author of Hot Chix Hot Sex: How to Survive Menopause is on a mission, offering a women’s health consulting practice specializing in serving menopausal women. Calling on her training as a pharmacist, she assesses patients and their symptoms, recommending appropriate therapies associated with her menopause-related programs.