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Living An Exuberant and Passionate Life
What the heck is an Exuberant Passionate Life? And can getting things in order help me have one?
Live What You Love
The Blanchard’s learned to listen to their passion. This did not come without bumps, and bends along the road. However, in this book you will see that bumps and bends can be great teachers if you let them.
Lily World Travel
“Passion is the driving force; knowledge is the power behind any business. I have started numerous businesses over the years and have always been driven by a passion for the product, industry or people I would be working with.
Life Coaching Industry Revolution
Kim Fulcher’s meltdown may have seemed like the end of the world for a moment. A woman with not much to lose sat on her laundry room floor feeling…lost.
Let Your Customer Be the Road Map
One of the best ways to keep them coming back and sending others your way is to ask how you can better serve them.
Leaving Microsoft to Change the World
In Leaving Microsoft to Change the World, John Wood takes the readers on his trek through Nepal and introduces them to a hardship that school children around the world face every day; schools without books and the pain of cities without libraries.
Learn Google Ad Words Without Leaving the Office
When people are searching for something you want them to find you, your product or your service.
Lauren Keaton on Fashion in the Workplace
As stated on Bravo’s Project Runway: “In fashion, one day you are in. The next day you are out.”
Land Choices Land Preservation
Kirt Manecke, President and Founder of Land Choices (Landchoices.com) has good memories of sharing picnic lunches with his mom, brother, and dog Herman, in a place with acres of beautiful rolling apple fields called Button’s Orchard.
Koinonia Business Women
“When you have a business that is a friend to the destiny of others, your own business will thrive!” Krista Dunk, Co-Founder Koinonia Business Women
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