SO much to share with you in this issue! This has to be the most fun experience I have ever had in business. It’s a lot, too. Sometimes my expectations outgrow my reality, but that’s the exciting life of an entrepreneur. I hope this issue finds you stirred and ready to meet tax deadlines with confidence.
We’re talking about controversial stuff this month, things that might challenge your beliefs about problem-free work environments and even marijuana legislation. We take you on a trip to remind you to count your blessings, and feed you straight from the ground.
This month, whether you’re a man or woman, our newest contributor and fashion editor, Veronica Olivo, shows us how to view fashion trends realistically for incredible style and versatility. Communication columnist, Jeff Klein, reveals interesting truths about Passover that relate to your business and contribute to your perspective. Business leadership coach, John Carroll, asks you to consider how you really feel about success – and his synopsis will surprise you!
In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month, we even tackle little understood or talked about issues that easily come up when we’re raising a family and growing a business at the same time. Many of you are not only raising your children, but also caring for your parents. If Alzheimer’s has attacked your mom or dad, we have some ideas that will preserve memories for all of you.
By the way, did you do that thing you said you were going to do last week? Aren’t you thrilled it’s Procrastination Awareness Month? There’s hope! And we share some with you here.
In addition, we’re adding Preferred Vendor Directory resources for you and compiling lists of podcast resources that make it super easy to learn on the go for an exceptional life in business.
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~ Susan Hamilton