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Haunted By A Book Idea? Hiring a ghostwriter can bring it to life

I have a bunch of book ideas and not enough time or talent to get them to paper. I have pondered hiring a ghostwriter but needed to know more so I interviewed Courtney Kelly, an experienced ghostwriter. We went through the entire process… when to hire one, how to hire the best one and what it costs.

Growing Food in Small Spaces: Patios, Yards & Containers

There is nothing like growing and eating the food your grow yourself and Woody DeLauder shared how to grow food whether you live on a farm, a suburban lot or a just have a city patio.

Thriving In An Unsettled Business Environment

I know many of us are scared and worried about the current business environment. And it’s true — these are more tumultuous times than usual. But from adversity comes innovation and challenges can shake up our normal routines so we are able to see new… Continue Reading “Thriving In An Unsettled Business Environment”

Happy & Healthy WITHOUT Giving up Favorite Food and Drinks

I’ve been struggling with how TO make eating well a long-term lifestyle. I feel great when I’m eating more vegetables, less carbs and exercising but it is hard to keep it going week after week so I reached out to Nirit Roddy, certified trainer and nutritionist from Fit With Nirit who gave me some great tips on how to see long-term results — but still enjoy the food I love.

What Do You Say to Someone Grieving?

Whether someone has lost a parent, a child, or a friend, we want to console and bring comfort but its hard to know what to say.  I think every situation is different and what works for one person may not work for another but here… Continue Reading “What Do You Say to Someone Grieving?”

Finding the Hero in Dying

There are many moments in my life that defined and changed me. The death and dying process of my Mom ranks high. My Mom died in 2012 after 3 1/2 years of having pancreatic cancer. We congratulate people fighting cancer for being warriors and being strong — we call them heroes for fighting the good fight. What happens though when the patient decides they are done fighting and want to discontinue treatment? Are they no longer a hero?

Developing Rates for Government Contracts, Part 2

For this post, we will delve into what makes up the “pools”, how they are approved by the government and how you use the pools to develop the price per hour you can charge to the government.

Developing Rates for Government Contracts, Part 1

This post give you the basics on how to create an indirect rate structure so you can bid on government contracts.

Two Steps to Move from Struggle to Strength

Brianna Bowling interviews Megan R. Fenyoe, LCSW and best-selling author of You Are Enough. Megan gives us concrete steps to transform negative self-talk into positive self-empowerment because YOU ARE ENOUGH!

Key Things Parents Can Do to Help a Pre-Teen Reach Full Potential

Brianna Bowling interviews Dr. Ali Lankerani, Clinical Neuroscientist and creator of the Amazing Parents Network. He guides us through three key things parents can do to help their pre-teens reach their full potential.

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