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TAKE THE NEXT STEP

Secrets to Creating Success and Manifesting your Dreams, An inspirational book that will ignite your entrepreneurial spirit and fuel your burning desires! Take the Next Step give you tools and techniques to create success and manifest the life of your dreams! Go ahead take the next step! 


GET YOUR WOMEN ON!

Embracing Beauty, Grace and the Power of Women, 39 inspiring women share their heartfelt, true stories of transformation. Featuring renowned activists such as Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen, successful entrepreneurs such as eWomen Network founder, Sandra Yancey, bestselling authors such as acclaimed actress Barbara Niven and three dozen other leaders, artists, healers, philanthropists speakers and change agents, Get Your Woman On is a testament to the indomitable spirit of women and the remarkable power of collaboration.

Excerpts from various chapters:

While it may seem implausible, it certainly is possible for women to steer our planet toward a healthy, peaceful and sustainable future. When enough of us heed the call and come together in spiritually-centered circles of support, we can change the world.
— from the chapter by Jungian analyst Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D.
There is a word I can’t stand: fine. Women use it over and over again, and rarely mean it. “I’m fine,” “Everything’s fine, thanks,” “Never mind, I’m fine, I’ll just do it myself.” Pay attention to the way men talk. I find that, generally, men don’t use the word “fine.” Men are better at saying, “This is a problem I have that I don’t know how to answer,” or “This is where I need some help.” Men are better at reaching out and seeking assistance. I think that the more we create environments where women have permission to solicit help, we will see a profound transformation among women entrepreneurs.
— from the chapter by Sandra Yancey, entrepreneur, author and founder of eWomen Network