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Denise Duffield-Thomas (Business Heroine Magazine)

What To Do If You’re Bored With Your Business

Have you ever felt bored with your business? Maybe you’re finding yourself distracted and tempted to throw it all in and start something new. Instead of going to the next level, you’re feeling like “Ugh,” and you can’t find the energy to do anything about it. I’ve been there and maybe you’re there right now! more »

Hillary Rubin (Business Heroine Magazine)

How To Ask For Help—Even When It’s Hard

You feel alone, sad, or confused. Your emotions have taken over. You are not able to think clearly for various reasons. You had it together then didn’t, for whatever reason, and are now thinking your crappy thoughts are you. You are supposed to know what to do next, right?   Because everyone turns to you more »

Arriya Kingrey (Business Heroine Magazine)

Why You Don’t Need A Business Blueprint

Does the idea of following the “blueprints” shared in your marketplace bring up a hint of disdain and a feeling of longing desire? You know, you are likely so over all the systems, steps, and blueprints promoted everywhere – AND at the same time you kind of wonder if it is actually the thing you really need that more »

Kate Northrup (Business Heroine Magazine)

Having It All Vs. Having What Matters

My girlfriend sent me an article about the four burners theory. The idea is that you have four burners in life: family, friends, health, and work. The overall idea is that in order to be successful (whatever that means), you have to cut off one burner. And in order to be really successful, you have more »

Chantelle Adams (Business Heroine Magazine)

Cover Story: Speak Your Way To The Top! Chantelle Adams Ditches The Fear + Shows You How

Chantelle Adams is a Professional Speaker, Speech Stylist, and Courage Igniter. Throughout the past 5 years she has delivered over 800 speeches and added more than 6 figures to her business through speaking. Now she teaches women entrepreneurs how to own their story, write their signature speech, rock the stage, and get booked while adding more »

Mikki Kingrey (Business Heroine Magazine)

The Secret To Your Success

You are the creator of your experience. If you want to be experiencing something different, then you are in the right place. This is the place where you can explore your path, you can be curious, you can belong, you can seek wisdom.    The key is that the wisdom you are seeking isn’t anyone more »

McKella Sawyer (Business Heroine Magazine)

How to Conquer Perfectionism

What’s the #1 creative block I hear about the most? Perfectionism. This is the dragon that kills more dreams than anything else. It sounds like this: “It doesn’t look how I imagined it would.” “I don’t feel like it was my best work.” “I’m afraid of messing it up.” “I’m still planning.” Too many of more »

Denise Duffield-Thomas (Business Heroine Magazine)

The Easy-Breezy Balance Game Between Life and Business

I get asked how I achieve work-life balance a lot, and I think it’s because I’m a fairly chilled-out person who leads quite a relaxed life. I know people are curious about how I’ve been able to do that. Here’s how I achieve work-life balance: First of all, I think work-life balance only works if more »

Shara Raqs and Danielle Cornelius

Cover Story: Shara Raqs and Danielle Cornelius – Creative Fulfillment Through Seasons And Cycles

Shara Raqs is a dancer, designer and self-taught data scientist who discovered the Creative Feminine Process after observing patterns in nature. She’s also the CEO of WOMB®, a female-focused, quantified-self startup that helps women enter into peak states of creative flow. Dr. Danielle Cornelius is a women’s health chiropractic physician. Her practice is located in more »

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