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Free Training: Alignment 2017: Get Your Year Started Off Right

If you’re like everyone else (me included) 2016 kicked your butt and kicked it hard, whether you grieved along with the rest of us over the many significant deaths this year, or had personal or business issues. Who didn’t?! So the heck with “New Year’s Resolutions” – I want you to have lasting changes that […]

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Hey bestie…I’m here for you

Hey, bestie…I miss you. We haven’t connected lately, the world and this crazy-ass year have gone by so damn fast. I heard you were down. Feeling low. People said you were sleeping a lot and wouldn’t return calls, texts. Hadn’t come to work in a few days but aren’t sick. But something’s going on. Honey…I […]

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Humanizing. What is it? Why is it important?

This is a reply to my friend Ambiaka M. who commented on the Facebook post of my article here: “Standing For Oneself: A Radical Act” where a clue-challenged mom took me to task for taking up a chair and reading a book in Starbucks. But this is really for us all, because Bika brings up […]

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An Object Lesson In Practical Ally Action and Guide To “Standing Up” for Others

  My heart is still pounding. In a Starbucks earlier today and took on a belligerent racist who hit on a seventeen year old female barista, talking loudly about her “fine (pejorative for breasts)”, then had all sorts of things to say about how “shifty (pejorative word for Chinese males) are always playing games on […]

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Auntie M’s 2017 Prediction, Manifesto, Invitation & General Pot-Stirring

.[bgsection pex_attr_title=”Auntie M's 2017 Prediction, Invitation & General Pot-Stirring” pex_attr_subtitle=”…in which we all "Get Ours"…” pex_attr_undefined=”undefined” pex_attr_style=”section-light” pex_attr_bgcolor=”9FD1B3″ pex_attr_image=”” pex_attr_imageopacity=”0.1″ pex_attr_bgimagestyle=”static” pex_attr_titlecolor=”102119″ pex_attr_textcolor=”102119″]   Oh, what a beautiful morning! And what a beautiful year for the Divine Love to manifest through Changing Women and Sage Men everywhere. Here is my Prediction and Manifesto for 2017: […]

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How To Do The Impossible: Part 3

Step 5: Do What You Can Do – RIGHT NOW. Keep on doing it. In early November 2012 I was rear-ended and it left me with bad tendinitis in both forearms and re-breaks in my healed ankles that had broken 2 years ago. I hadn’t been to a formal yoga class in seven months. I […]

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A Midlife Woman Is Unstoppable

You’re unstoppable. Definitely. Especially when you think it’s all going downhill and younger women are taking over the planet, your mind is going south, you can’t remember your kid’s teacher’s name, if you’ve mailed the mortgage payment or it’s on autopay, “what-the-heck-was-I-thinking starting a business at my age?” or “screw it, I’m done!”. Especially then. […]

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“Talk Sexy To Me” – Zappos Wins Because They Do One Thing Really, REALLY Well

Want to hear a good one that involves great message, good product, nice people and sex? Because you know that marketing is about sex, right? Sex and hot men doing the dishes, apparently. To the American woman.  But really, it’s all about the quality of the customer service. I may be late to the party, […]

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Online Teachers: How To Avoid Presentation #Fail

Plus a “How To Do It Better” Step-by-Step tutorial below. Earlier today I was in a spiritually oriented, personal development webinar that I just clicked “closed” on before the leader even got out of the starting gate. Busy mom-preneurs, and midlife women launching second lives with online businesses, listen up, because I want you to […]

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How To Do The Impossible: Part 2

Phase II: “Working Towards Possible & Melting The Glacier” Ask for and get whatever it is you think you can’t, shouldn’t or will never do…but MUST do. You’re facing one of the toughest situations you’ve ever been in. Could be financial, medical, interpersonal, business – just about anything. But you have been told you’ll fail at […]

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