Tag Archives: self-help

Successful Women Speak Differently

Book Review: Successful Women Speak Differently by Valorie Burton

  While mindlessly scrolling through Facebook, I noticed a post from a friend that urged her friends to read Successful Women Speak Differently: 9 Habits That Build Confidence, Courage, and Influence. Always a sucker for a book recommendation, I switched to my phone’s Kindle app and one-clicked. I’m glad I did. Seeing this book reminded me

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7 Keys to Making Yourself Happy

by Barbara McNally, author of Unbridled: A Memoir, and founder of Mother Lover Fighter Sage foundation in San Diego. I came across Barbara and her work while scouting experts for some articles I’m writing for Bridal Tribe Magazine. She is inspiring and courageous. I hope you enjoy these tips as much as I enjoyed working

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Friday Find: “I Didn’t Know” by Yvette Allen Tatum

“I Didn’t Know" is for more than just an audience of one. If you look to your left, look to your right, or directly in the mirror, you will see or know someone who has been sexually abused… even if you look in the mirror, and the person is YOU! More than the tragedy of

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Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid: Michael Anderson’s Fight For Life by Tremayne Moore

Synopsis Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid is a novel that addresses child physical/sexual abuse as well as teenage suicide. Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid is how Michael Anderson saw the world. Who would hear his cry for help? His death would shake a congregation. Read an excerpt here. Buy the book at amazon.com. Tremayne Moore

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My Money Matters by Lakesha Womack

While LaKesha Womack worked as a Financial Adviser for American Express Financial Advisers’ she realized that the average American didn’t know a fraction of what they should about managing money.  However, most books in the marketplace focus on educating but fail to practical tools for the reader to work through their Money Matters.   LaKesha created

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