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Lessons I Learned

3 Lessons I Learned the Hard Way I Wish I Could Teach My Children

August 10, 2017

An iMOM writer recently asked me an interesting question: what are three things I learned the hard way that I wish I could teach my children. Of course my mind scrambled. Ha, I thought, how about 3 billion things? But what are some of my life lessons, the big picture things? I thought of these three right away, and in the comments section, I would love to hear about some of yours! 1. Time will run out. When I was…

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Lessons I Learned Passionate Mom

Platform Prepping For The Passionate Mom Book Release

February 12, 2013

I am in the zone–the two months to book launch zone.  The pressure is building to prepare a platform, build my home base, expand my social media reach, and create a WOW experience for moms. I am out of my comfort zone. Growing iMOM.com was much more comfortable than growing my platform for The Passionate MOM book release.  So, I am at the Platform Conference to learn from the master, Michael Hyatt (above with Courtney Rohrdanz, our resident iMOM.com web…

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Only 3 Things Matter In Life

September 19, 2012

  I learned when I was seventeen that my days were numbered.  I had a cardiac arrest. I was a senior in high school and our football team was in the district championship.  The game was intense, and I was on the sidelines as a cheerleader catching every play in living color.  This game, this senior experience, is why I had stayed in Florida.  Three months earlier my family had moved to Texas for a great job opportunity my dad…

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Confessions: I Need Over-Committers Anonymous

February 21, 2012

Are there seven steps to give up over-committing your time? I have been a chronic over-committer from birth.  It has been a problem that has severely stressed my marriage on many levels.  I have a hard time saying “no” because I always feel like I should help. Recently, we were in an Espresso Minute brainstorm meeting and Nancy (our main writer) brought up over-committing as a topic for an email idea.  The gist of her solution to over committing was…

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