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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 »

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 »

Kara McKay (Business Heroine Magazine)

Sacred Sassy Heroine: Save Yourself, Savor yourself, Savior Self!

Sacred Sassy Heroine: This is the everyday goddess within each woman. It is she who harnesses the unfeigned feminine energy that makes you divine. She embraces all-she-is and struts it like she means it. Today is the full moon. This cosmic event serves as a reminder to crack out of your proper exoskeleton and reconnect with 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 »

Kara McKay (Business Heroine Magazine)

Sacred Sassy Heroine: The Myth Of Your Mission And Sexy Shoes

Sacred Sassy Heroine: This is the everyday goddess within each woman. It is she who harnesses the unfeigned feminine energy that makes you divine. She embraces all-she-is and struts it like she means it. Today is the full moon. This cosmic event serves as a reminder to crack out of your proper exoskeleton and reconnect with more »

Emerald Peaceful GreenForest (Business Heroine Magazine)

The Empowered Messenger: How To Feel Abundant On A Budget

The Empowered Messenger – The heroine whose message burns inside her, begging to be released. Even though her pen may quiver and her voice may shake, she knows it is time to stand in her power – clear, confident, courageous. She says yes to the call, and she shares her message, because she was born to more »

Alexis Pierce (Business Heroine Magazine)

This Or Something Better: How To Surrender To Life

I don’t like suspense. I’d much rather know the end of the movie so that I can enjoy the process of how it unfolds. Unfortunately, no matter how hard I try, life doesn’t seem to work that way. In fact, life seems to be the exact opposite! You have to continually let go of expectations more »

Echo Brown (Business Heroine Magazine)

Cover Interview: Echo Brown Explores Controversy Through The Humor And Pain Of The Stage

Hailed as a “transformational storyteller,” Echo Brown is a writer, performer, & actress from Cleveland, Ohio. Echo’s meteoric rise in the San Francisco art scene with her hit one-woman show, Black Virgins Are Not for Hipsters, has been widely praised. A graduate of Dartmouth College with a B.A. in political science, Echo began her career as more »

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