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Laura Meijer – An Avenue For Growth

Posted by on Friday, June 6th, 2014

Who are you? And what defines you as a person? Sometimes we use our careers as a way to label ourselves, using terms like doctor, teacher, or engineer. Maybe it’s a family name that gives us a sense of belonging or a title such as wife or mother within our family. Our identities are important not only because it’s how others see us, but because it’s how we see ourselves. When we are overwhelmed with responsibilities and commitments to others, ... Continue Reading

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Dawn Bear – Making A Happy Life Happier

Posted by on Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

It’s a blessing when we find ourselves in a place of bliss, enjoying our job, surrounded by positive friends, and loving family. The finances are covered and our stresses few. It’s more than contentment; it’s happiness. During these times, we aren’t actively searching for something more, we’re loving the life we have. This is how Dawn Bear felt, but then an opportunity presented itself that made her open her eyes to the chance of even greater happiness, a life infused ... Continue Reading

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Kim and Rick Krause – Living Your Vision

Posted by on Monday, June 2nd, 2014

We often need to make sacrifices to ensure that we get by. Whether that’s giving up a couple hours of sleep or cutting back on expenses, it’s difficult to experience the small moments or recognize the minute details that make life so incredible when we’re constantly rushing around, figuring out how to fit everything in. Finding a way to do more than make ends meet and truly live has been a priority for Kim and Rick Krause in their journey ... Continue Reading

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Terry Jacobson – An Open Mind To Find Work You Love

Posted by on Friday, May 30th, 2014

To wake up each morning and know that you’ll have fun at your job is a luxury not many people experience. Too often work is associated with drudgery and stress. The ability to find work that you are passionate about, is meaningful and helpful to others and to have fun doing it is rare. Yet, Terry Jacobson was able to find all of that in not one, but two careers. It isn’t about specifics for Terry, it’s about bettering your entire ... Continue Reading

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Alison and Mitch Groder – Thriving Through Transition

Posted by on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Transformations within us and around us are inevitable. We age, fall in love, get let go from jobs, and discover new passions and talents within ourselves all the time. Whether we choose to resist or go along with the constant string of events life throws our way, they happen regardless. Some of the twists are thrilling, while some are unexpectedly scary. Alison and Mitch Groder are grateful to have found a means to stay grounded and find security through both ... Continue Reading

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Connie Gazarian – Living Your Passion

Posted by on Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

It’s often easy to detect passion, as it manifests as a smile, radiates from one’s energy, or shines through their eyes. And when that passion is gone or buried under the stresses of life, it’s just as obvious to detect that lack of light. Connie Gazarian realized the value of putting faith in her own accomplishments by consistently reminding herself that everybody has an individual pace. By trusting that things work out in their own time, she was able to ... Continue Reading

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Holly Jones – Time To Share

Posted by on Friday, May 23rd, 2014

There are those moments when we hope time will stand still, when we want to hold on for just a little bit longer and we realize we are truly living in the moment and the present experience will be a memory we will cherish years and years from now. Finding a way to embrace the time we have is difficult when we lead such busy lives and are restricted by so many outside factors and responsibilities. Deciding that time is ... Continue Reading

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Laura Edens – The Courage to Believe in Yourself

Posted by on Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

Confidence is easy when we’re in our element, in situations where we are able to utilize our talents. But, put someone who appears self-assured in a position where they don’t excel and you will see another side of them. It’s in these situations that we have an amazing opportunity to grow and gain confidence in areas we were unsure about. These experiences leave us even stronger than we were when we started, but it takes the courage to let ourselves ... Continue Reading

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Shirley Laird – Freedom to Live

Posted by on Monday, May 19th, 2014

“I don’t have that turkey wattle on my neck anymore,” she quips with a relaxed, optimistic laugh. Shirley Laird has transformed quite a bit in the past few years, inside and out. Younger looking skin and being able to gift herself are just the beginning of the improvements Shirley is indulging in. She is also thrilled to have met her goal of retiring from her job at an oil distributor and replacing that income by managing her Rodan + Fields® ... Continue Reading

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Rachel Cannon – To Dream Without Limitation

Posted by on Friday, May 16th, 2014

Our imaginations often invent incredible ideas that only seem impossible or crazy when we listen to fear and doubt. But, if we ignore those nagging limitations, the dreams we chase are much more attainable. Rachel Cannon strongly believes in rejecting those obstructive limitations. She has made it her goal to share that vision with others, encouraging those around her to dream and to do everything possible to make their visions a reality. [caption id="attachment_1900" align="aligncenter" width="464"] Rachel Cannon loves working her ... Continue Reading

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