How to Live and Leave YOUR Legacy

Recently I hosted a local event in South Florida called Legacy Leadership Miami. At this event, I gathered influencers, community leaders, business owners and government officials to talk about family and legacy. We had the honor of hearing from Senator Anitere Flores, 7th Degree Black Belt Angel Gonzalez and Principal of the Year for Miami…

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The Right Strategy- 4 Questions You Can Ask Yourself to Get Your Desired Outcome

A few weeks ago I shared with you that I had not yet accomplished my goal of having six pack. One of the things I shared was that my strategy had not worked. Interestingly enough, several of you asked me to share more about what a STRATEGY is and how I use it to help me…

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Success Is… Interview in Career Talk PRO Podcast

Looking back to when I began this journey of coaching and mentoring, I would have never imagined the curvy road that was ahead. There’s been quite a few sharp turns and quite a few halts along the way. Some of the greatest successes have come in the least expected ways, sometimes with the least effort.…

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Creating the Flavors of Success- Interview with Mindset Mountain Podcast

One of the joys of being a mentor and coach is the opportunity of being surrounded by amazing people who are doing the work it takes to transform this world for good! Some of these people are Jason Legaard and Edward Aguilar from Mindset Mountain Podcast. These guys are “ordinary” folks, like you and I, but they’ve done the…

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12 Mompreneur Lessons from 2015 and One for Good Luck!

This year has gone by so fast and all around me I see signs of permanent lessons that have deeply impacted my life this year. I don’t know about you, but learning life’s lessons takes work and you’ll agree it’s not always an easy path to acquire the wisdom of the ages. Interestingly enough, many…

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Top Principles Moms Could Learn From CEO’s

While still in high school, I developed a strong passion for communication and leadership skills. As I moved on to college, this passion continued and I got a major in Marketing and International Business. During this time, I had to research systems, processes, structures and management models. While doing so, I found certain patterns and…

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Business and Entrepreneurship Books for the Family- Book Corner 3

Greetings!  There is nothing like immersing in a “living book” to help your kids “experience” the teamwork and thrill of family entrepreneurship.  Enjoy! BIOGRAPHY: Meet a Real Entrepreneur! Young Man in a Hurry: The Story of Cyrus W. Field, by Jean Lee Latham (Gr. 4-12) The heart-grabbing story of the incredible difficulties facing the visionary…

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Business and Entrepreneurship Books for the Family- Book Corner 2

Greetings!  There is nothing like immersing in a “living book” to help your kids “experience” the teamwork and thrill of family entrepreneurship.  Since it is Black History Month, we will highlight an amazing African-American entrepreneur.  Enjoy! BIOGRAPHY: Meet a Real Entrepreneur! The Real McCoy: The Life of an African-American Inventor, by Wendy Towle (Gr. 1-5)…

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Business and Entrepreneurship Books for Your Family- Book Corner 1

Greetings!  There is nothing like immersing in a “living book” to help your kids “experience” the teamwork and thrill of family entrepreneurship.  It is my pleasure to make some suggestions along these lines: a biography, a good-ol’-fashioned story, and some solid practical advice.  Enjoy! BIOGRAPHY: Meet a Real Entrepreneur! Marvelous Mattie, by Emily McCully (Gr. 1-4)…

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Why So Many Leaders Fail and End Up Losing Everything

Every couple of months we hear of a “famous” person in our society, niche or circle of influence who got into a tight spot with the law, their community or their marriage. When we watch the news or read the posts about such situations, we are deeply saddened because in a way we are looking…

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