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Opportunities are not like buses.  Another one doesn't  just come around again when you miss one. Nor can you put them on layaway and ask somebody to keep it on hold while you wait to decide, or alter them to fit your needs and your timeframe. So why do...
Running a business ain't easy; especially when you are going solo. There are people who are trained to guide you through the process of getting where you want to be. It is a big mistake to try to do it all by yourself. It is a good idea to seek out...
The Grey-Haired Job Seeker Don’t be discouraged, there is still hope if you are a fabulous, female over 50 and seeking employment.  Some industries value the unique experience, the work ethics and drive that a woman of a certain age undoubtedly brings to the world of employment. During our recent...
 Earlier this year, some of you were preparing  to resolve to change your life in one way or another.  Stay focused so you won't  return to the same bad habits that got you to the point of desiring change in the first place. I discovered years ago that the answer...
Start paying closer attention to the people who are doing the things that you want to do. A friend and I were having a conversation about people not following their dreams. She said  today there is really no excuse for people not doing the things that they really want to...
When things are not going your way. You may not need to give up. You just need to do things differently. Reach out to new ideas and explore new opportunities.
Word of the week is "Confidence" Enter into a situation as if  you are certain of the outcome, and know that whatever happens, it may have been either meant to "be" or simply a "learning experience" that takes you closer to your goal. Whichever it is...make it a positive...
On September 17, 2016, some of Pittsburgh’s top women of color in business, corporate, nonprofit, politics and community service came together to be honored for their contributions to other women. Onyx Woman magazine celebrated 25 years in business by acknowledging these women of excellence. Founder Ola Jackson says for 25...
Carol A. Neyland Senior Vice President Community Development Dollar Bank Carol Neyland As Vice President of Community Development, Carol has been instrumental through Dollar Bank’s Mortgages for Mothers program to enable mothers and their families to take advantage of the American Dream of owning their own home. 39 Years in the Financial/Banking Industry  OW: What has...
Trapped  By Roxanne Epperson Domestic violence is a public health issue that is permeating our communities at epidemic proportions and affects women and girls around the world regardless of race, ethnicity, or financial status. One-third of American women report being physically or sexually abused by a husband or boyfriend at some...
Tell "Fear" that you won't need any company today. No, you are not going to play hostess to their desires. Tell "FEAR" your lease is up and you can no longer reside in my head, so you better get to steppin' Open the door and send "FEAR" on his way....
To grow you must evolve, and to evolve you must nurture the process. We know that change is hard and letting go can be a challenge. Anything worth having is worth waiting for, that is why we want to let you know that success in life is a process. You...
  Excuses... excuses, they come in handy. Excuses are a safeguard to protect us from the truth about why we are not doing what we want to do, or what we need to do. Let's say no barriers are blocking you from accomplishing your dreams and living life to the fullest. Now, how...
Every year around this time, the claims to make changes, move on and do better becomes an epidemic . People swear to leave the old year behind and start anew. By the end of January, you will find your exercise shoes collecting dust. Your financial commitments get dropped and promises...
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