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5 Lessons Learned from the Unleash Your Incredible Conference

In Entrepreneurship, Frugal, Phenomenal

Two weeks ago I attended the Unleash Your Incredible Conference hosted by Darnyelle Jervey in Reston, VA.  This conference was a one–of–a–kind transformational experience.  If you haven’t been to it, I strongly encourage you to attend next year.  Because I am committed to working on my phenomenal, and I am committed to sharing my learning with you, I wrote this blog post to share the top 5 lessons that I learned at Unleash Your Incredible.  Enjoy the lessons, and be sure to leave a message in the comments to let me know which lesson(s) resonated with you. Lesson 1: Understand…

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5 Lessons I Learned from the Speak and Write Conference

In Entrepreneurship, Frugal, Phenomenal

Earlier this month I got the opportunity to attend the Speak & Write to Make Millions conference in San Diego, CA. This is Lisa Nichols’annual conference. I wanted to share the top 5 lessons that I learned from this conference. Enjoy the lessons, and be sure to leave a message in the comments to let me know which lesson(s) resonated with you. Lesson 1: Stop being busy being busy. Many times we think that we are productive just because we are bouncing from meeting to meeting and every hour of our day is full. Being busy does not equal productivity….

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3 Frugal Memorial Day Celebration Tips

In Frugal, Phenomenal

So it’s the Memorial Day holiday and for many of us, this is a 3-day weekend.  Given the time off of work, nice weather, and desire to spend time with family and friends, it is very easy to get off track with spending.  Look, it’s ok to have fun, but you just have to be strategic.  This post will give you 3 ways to have fun celebrating Memorial Day weekend without breaking the bank. Also, as you enjoy this weekend, be sure to take the time to honor the fallen soldiers for their sacrifice to this country and for our…

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Nine Daily Habits That Will Make You Happier

In Phenomenal

Sometimes it is important to take the time to reflect on where you are and how far you have come. This is especially important when you are embarking on a new life change. Recently I re-read a post that I wrote back in 2012 when I was in the midst of paying down credit card debt. I had a slip up, but I had to get back up again. I’m sharing this with you to let you know that it is the journey that matters. The journey will have many twists and turns but if you stay focused, you will…

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Why The Best Goals Are SMART Goals

In Frugal, Phenomenal

One of the primary reasons people don’t stick to goals is that the goals are not appropriate or realistic.  Often, when we decide to do something, we set lofty goals without defining specific milestones and eventually we give up because we get discouraged with our lack of progress towards the end result.  We may not necessarily lack the discipline to achieve the goals; we merely start the wrong way.  Without a method to measure progress, it becomes easy to get discouraged. Read More

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