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Fantastic Friday - Faking Confidence When Speaking in Public

Fantastic Friday - confidence, it is fantastic to fake it until you make it when speaking in public.

 
Each Fantastic Friday throughout the month of October, I will be writing articles about faking confidence until you make it in various situations. This week will be dealing with speaking in public. Upcoming articles will deal with faking confidence:
 
at  networking events
in front of clients
with professional…
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Added by Janeane Davis on October 5, 2012 at 11:33am — 1 Comment

Are You Sure it's not Contagious?

Are You Sure it's not Contagious?

I'm in a much better mood today than I was yesterday.  Eric got a chance to Facebook me before class and said that he *did* in fact try to wake me to get me to come to bed.  I'm not sure if I believe him, but at least he was feeling bad about it.  When he got home we relaxed…

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Added by Nicole Hughes on September 20, 2012 at 1:21pm — No Comments

Indecision

It's an interesting time for the local real estate market in Hampton Roads, VA.  I track the local economic factors for trends in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake and Norfolk.  What I have found is that we are in a transitional time where it is neither a buyers market nor a sellers market.  However, buyers think it's a buyers market and sellers expect full price offers. The result is indecision.  Buyers are afraid to pay too much and sellers want to wait it out for better offers.

The great…

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Added by Jennifer Ziemer on September 18, 2012 at 9:32am — No Comments

There's No Crying in Baseball, But in Pre-K and Kindergarten.........

Remember the movie, “A League of Their Own” when Tom Hanks delivered that memorable line: “There’s no crying in baseball.” Of course, those angry words were uttered as he berated one of his players severely who then began to cry. I might be crying too after a tongue lashing like that.

But, when children are three, four and five years old, it’s not surprising or…

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Added by Reina S. Weiner on September 10, 2012 at 12:07pm — No Comments

Sometimes Accidents Happen, Sometimes People are Dumbasses

Sometimes Accidents Happen, Sometimes People are Dumbasses

We've all heard the tragic stories: mom or dad forgets that a sleeping baby is in the back seat and they trudge off to work with baby in the car.  They come back for lunch, or at the end of the day, and are faced with a dead child.  It's heartbreaking, but it happens…

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Added by Nicole Hughes on August 9, 2012 at 9:09am — No Comments

Choosy Mothers Choose Safe Drinking Water for Their Families

Hello, many moms, grandmoms, aunts and other kids' caregivers,

I am new to this forum, but I am glad to be called a mom again.  I am mom of  2, now fully grown and mature "children"; one of each sex, both equally "above average,"  to borrow the proud phrase from "Prairie Home Companion."  Nowadays my grandchildren…

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Added by Britt Mittemeijer on July 30, 2012 at 3:02pm — 1 Comment

Tubes & Teething: Someone up there has quite a sense of humor...

You will all be happy to here that I did not jump on the gurney when they wheeled my son off to surgery on Friday.  Actually, I barely had time to shed a tear, or read the first page of my People magazine before they were back with a crying, maniac in my arms.  The procedure went great, however, my little man is not a big fan of waking up from anesthesia with a bunch…

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Added by Martinis and Minivans on July 23, 2012 at 2:56pm — No Comments

If I ever got a Do-Over in my Life

Now forgive me for the awful things your about to read. You may wonder, Where the heck my mother was while all these things were going on.. Well, my mom was a hard worker, She wasn’t a single mom, she had to work 2 jobs most of the time while my step father was a farmer working dusk till dawn. Farming wasn’t a very lucrative paying job. We didn’t live like kings and queens by any means. Mom left in my brothers charge quite often. So now your getting the Jest.. 

Mom was not…

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Added by Rachel McGuire on July 16, 2012 at 12:34am — No Comments

Dance, Dance, Dance…with My Budding Ballerina…

My four year old daughter just finished her first year of dance school at the most delightful dance studio in downtown Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Jeannie Cardinal’s School of Dance!

The studio is so family-friendly and really caters to the student and family who wants a wonderful dance experience without the pressure of competition. The studio is located just off the…

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Added by Jessi McD on June 26, 2012 at 10:30pm — No Comments

Finding Your Frugal Side

As soon as a baby enters our world everything changes. We no longer have the extra funds to eat out, nor do we have the energy. After all, isn’t just finding time to take a shower a feat that makes us smile from ear to ear?

 

I don’t find it necessary to be an extreme couponer to be frugal. While I would truly love the idea of being able to dedicate the kind of time, focus, and dedication it requires to take couponing to that level of success that…

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Added by Jessi McD on June 25, 2012 at 12:56pm — No Comments

Smart Women Use 5 P’s of Successful Goal Setting

Smart women understand that setting clear goals create a road map to follow and drastically increase chances of success in business. Regardless to where you are in your business cycle, the success of it is dependent on long and short term goals you’ve set and how a roadmap to getting there. What goals have you set for your business? Better yet, what actions have you…

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Added by Sylvia Browder on June 15, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments

Rajma in Tomato Gavy(Red Kidney Beans)

Rajma or red kidney beans are a great source of cholesterol- lowering fibers.They are also packed with protein and essential minerals like potassium,manganese and iron.

This Rajma recipe is simple and very healthy.I have used little oil and more tomatoes which is a good source of lycopene and is good for kids.

Ingredients

Rajma(…

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Added by Sunita P on June 12, 2012 at 1:30am — No Comments

Motion Sickness Prevention Tips for Children

It can be distressing for parents to see their children not feel well and have frequent motion sickness.Children from 5years to 12years are more susceptible to motion sickness.



What is Motion Sickness

Motion sickness is caused by a disturbance of the inner ear where there is a conflict between the vestibular inputs and visual inputs.These conflicting messages are sent to the brain which results in imbalance and thus leads to motion sickness.

Motion sickness can…

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Added by Sunita P on June 6, 2012 at 6:28am — No Comments

Quick Antioxidant Rich Bell Pepper Dip

The multicolored bell peppers are a rich source of antioxidant,vitamin C and beta carotene.They come in orange,green,yellow and red color.These colorful bell peppers not only provide spice and crunch,they can also be a good source of nutrition for your family's lunch,dinner or breakfast.

Here is an interesting recipe of bell pepper dip.I have used all the four colored bell peppers in the recipe.

Ingredients

Red bell pepper-1

Yellow bell pepper-1

Green bell…

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Added by Sunita P on June 1, 2012 at 7:25am — No Comments

Do Women Need to Think Like Men to Succeed in Business?

In a recent conversation with a friend who is CEO of a construction company, I explained how doing business with the government could potentially take her business to the next level. She shared her frustration at responding to RFP (request for proposal). She had bid on many over the years and each time, they were awarded to the same male…

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Added by Sylvia Browder on May 24, 2012 at 3:52am — No Comments

Curiously Brilliant: Disney’s “Alice In Wonderland”



Disney’s Thirteenth Animated Feature - 1951

Disney’s Alice in Wonderland  doesn’t open in the classic Disney fashion,…

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Added by Maggie Hames on May 4, 2012 at 11:10am — No Comments

5 FREE & Extremely EASY Ways to Steer Traffic to your Website

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At a recent workshop I facilitated, a participant shared that she didn’t understand the big ‘hype’ about having a website. Though she had one; she hadn’t attained any customers from it. I explained that having a website is a good first step, but not enough to gain clients. If you are not engaging your visitors, chances are they will never return. Do you have a website…

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Added by Sylvia Browder on April 21, 2012 at 2:22am — 2 Comments

"Are you watching these children?!"

. . . was the question from the very irritated and judgmental man who almost ran my children over in the Target parking lot!  “YEEEEEEEESSSS!” was my defensive and embarrassed response. 

It’s Spring Break and my “oh sh*t, I’m a stay at home mommy” hives have kicked in.  I have to entertain the children all day and maintain some semblance of my sanity.  It’s gonna be a long week.  But, on the bright side, Camp Runamuk is in full swing.

Here’s what I learned about…
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Added by Heather Dugdale on April 6, 2012 at 4:01pm — No Comments

Updated Notes from the Garden

It’s been a little while since I’ve posted any notes from the garden but not to worry, things are greening up just fine!

Okay, so I might have made a teensy mistake with the Miracle Gro…I didn’t know you weren’t supposed to spray the leaves!  I was completely distraught when all of…

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Added by Desiree Frazier on April 2, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments

Want More Clients? 3 L’s for Business Explosion

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As women in business, we know all too well that new customers don’t just fall into our laps; we must create a stellar plan for them to land there. Simply, the art of marketing is paramount to your overall success. So what does it take? Here are the 3…

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Added by Sylvia Browder on February 26, 2012 at 12:18am — No Comments

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