Getting Unstuck and Shifting Gears

Dr. Karen Semien-McBride grew up in Compton, California. During her teenage years, she was faced with health issues that nearly took her life; but by the grace of God, and her persistence to fight, she survived. With her will to win, her love of education, and a strong entrepreneurial spirit, Dr. Karen propelled forward to… Continue reading Getting Unstuck and Shifting Gears

3 Methods to Deal With Change

Article written by: Debbie Stokes How many of you look forward to change?  How many of you find it hard to change?  How many of you find it hard to accept change when it happens? Depending on what question you identify with the most is how your life is impacted. The question is, Do you… Continue reading 3 Methods to Deal With Change

Break Free From the Cycle of Destructive Relationships

When is "enough" enough? How much do you value yourself?   Too often, we hear case-after-case of people being abused by their, supposedly, significant other. I know it happens to both men and women, but for this article, we are focusing on the women. In the news, we hear how women have been beaten, shot, stabbed… Continue reading Break Free From the Cycle of Destructive Relationships

Self-Bullying: What To Do When the Bully is YOU!

Written and contributed by: Sherri Leopold Sherri Strohecker Leopold is a Self-Empowerment Specialist currently living in Springfield, Illinois, and she has worked in the network marketing/direct selling industry for 20 years. Additionally, she has experience in speaking, mentoring, and team building in order to transform lives physically and financially, which she loves, as she shows… Continue reading Self-Bullying: What To Do When the Bully is YOU!

The Power of the “P”

When we met Randi at the Why Women Cry Conference in Baltimore and heard about her seminar, we approached her about being interviewed. We felt strongly that her subject is a topic most women don't talk about. In fact, they are almost ashamed to talk about it. It's like their "little secret." In most instances,… Continue reading The Power of the “P”