Hustle: Part Two

Earlier this week, I talked about my personal hustle and asked you to define the word for yourself.  Now that you’ve had time to think about it and hopefully have come up with your own definition, I want to share a little more detail about how I hustle.

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Hustle: Part One

This is how Webster’s Dictionary defines hustle but I can’t say that I agree with every part of it.  While it may be busy movement and activity, I don’t think it is forceful; not in my case anyway.

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Prom Week + Closing out Kindergarten : Making Most of these Moments

As we are approaching the end of another school year, I’m sure your calendar is full of activities for yourself and your kids, just like mine.  I honestly can’t even believe it’s mid April.

One quarter of the year has gone too quickly as always, and before you know it we’ll be doing the whole back to school, Fall and Christmas thing again.  Time really does fly as you get older!

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Spring Cleaning Your Makeup Bag

While you’re channeling the Spring energy, take some time and let’s clean out those makeup bags.  With the new season comes changes in trends and colors you want to wear. Also, it’s a great time to try something new.  I have a few tips and suggestions to help you get started.

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Why Research Pays When Considering Network Marketing

Network marketing, direct sales, multi-level marketing; regardless of the name you give the industry, you know what I’m referring to.  Now before you roll your eyes and click the exit button hear me out. I too am annoyed with countless sales pitches and cold messages, particularly via social media, but there is a good reason it seems to be everywhere.

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What I Didn't Know Success Wouldn't Change

Many people work their entire lives for success.  Whether you define this by income, title or achievement, we’re all striving towards it in one way or another.  As a driven and over-working type person, I thought once that when I had more money and success, things would get easier.

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The Details on my *Free* Costa Rica Trip

​If you know me at all you know that I love sun, sand and warm weather. I feel at home at the beach whether it’s locally or abroad. Over the last few years I have been fortunate to travel to several tropical locations both with my job and otherwise. I’ve been home from Costa Rica for only about 5 days, but I’m already planning my next vacay.

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How I Recharge

Like you, my calendar is usually jam packed with work, school and kid activities.  However, this week it has been completely clear! Say what?! I seriously didn’t know whether I was dreaming or if I had made a lot of mistakes.

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Are You Being True To Your Word?

By February most folks have forgotten about the fresh start, new habits or changes they wanted to make for the year.  You probably faltered once and said, “The heck with it.” No worries. I’ve had my moments too, but I’ll have to say this year has been different.  Why? Because I have taken control.

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A Milestone in Business : Joining the Chamber

When you think of your local chamber of commerce, you think of the rows of Mom & Pop businesses in your town. Ribbon cuttings, receptions and the little sticker displayed in their window. These are all signs they’ve “made it” in our definition of business. It’s what I really love about a small town commercial district.

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The Value of Strong Support Systems

Even the strongest of us need support. Maybe not every day, but at various times in our lives, things happen where we rely on the strength of others to help us.  I’m no different. There are times and things I have stayed private about but I also know that my trials could benefit others.

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