Adventure

 

The Power of Celebration

Celebration is a necessary part of life. We celebrate when something great happens. We celebrate to mark special times of the year and our life. Celebrations mark the passage of time and create times that imprint on our memories. However, haven’t we all been to celebrations that are decidedly not celebratory? I know I have….

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I fell off a cliff….

Me:  Hi ‘Client’…. How are you? Client:  I’ve been better, I fell off a cliff….. Me:  What???? Client:  I fell off a cliff…… Yes, this was a real conversation I had recently with my client, who shall remain nameless.  I have worked with this amazing woman for years.  And she continues to leave me in…

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5 Back to School Tips for Entrepreneurs

It’s hard to believe it’s almost back-to-school time already!  I can feel the excitement in the air as kids get ready to start a new school year, and their parents get ready for a different routine. As I help my daughter prepare for going back to school, I’ve been thinking about ways I can have…

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Are you ready to celebrate??

  This week (Wednesday, Nov 30 – Friday, Dec 2) is our Big Fish Nation Celebration-themed Starfish Retreat in San Diego, and we invite you to join us online from wherever you are! Big Fish Starla J. King will be our field reporter from the Retreat: blogging, tweeting, and “Facebooking” during the full 2.5 days so you can…

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What are your rejuvenation plans?

Some of the most difficult goals to commit to are the ones around rest and rejuvenation. Taking a break is a challenge for many people, and I think it is an especially difficult challenge for women entrepreneurs.  We are used to working hard in our business for many hours each day, most days each week, then continuing our…

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Success Story: “Stop Playing Small” by Michele Dortch

Guest post by Michele Dortch*, Founder, Write to Incite There’s a portion of a well-worn quote attributed to Marianne Williamson that says, “Your playing small does not serve the world.” I’ve read the quote a hundred times over since I first caught wind of it in 2003, right around the time I decided to quit my…

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