February 2010 - Cover Story: Kim Jacobs – Making Life Happen

by Lisa Thomas Wow, what an amazing woman I had the privilege of meeting recently. She and I sat down to discuss her life and how the journey of pursuing her passion and purpose has been a part of her world for quite a while now. The fabulous woman I speaking about is the tenacious and smart

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February 2010 - Wilder in Real Life: Are You Motivated?

by Lauren Wilder The title of this installment reminds me of a chant from an organization, National Black Society (NBS), at my alma mater. It works better if I had a chair next to you at your computer, but the chant starts “Are you motivated? Yes, I’m motivated!” So Wilder is motivate

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February 2010 - Notes from the Editor: Time Clutter

By Karyn L. Beach When we talk about getting rid of clutter, thoughts turn to the overstuffed closet, the packed garage and all the piles of papers and odd knick knacks that we have lying around the house. It makes sense to get rid of all of that excess stuff. But when we talk about getting

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February 2010 - Stuck in the Middle

By Annika Murray Sometimes I feel sorry for my son, Alston. At 4 years old, he is smack in the middle of his siblings. We have the two oldest, Ariana and Alana, and of course the two babies, Ayden and Avary. Ariana and Alana are just 16 months apart in age. Ayden and Avary are just shy of 18

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February 2010 - Developing a Better Connection between Women and Money

By Liz Gamble Since women are now holding jobs in the marketplace as CEOs’ and presidents, it is necessary to equip women with the tools of dealing with their money with confidence and pride. Men have been always done that. Of course there is no gender in the money itself, but who is holdin

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February 2010 - Video Games and Children

By Victor Medina As the popularity of video games increases, the debate over their effect on children rages. Some child psychologists and family groups argue violent and mature video games negatively affect children. Parents who complain that video games are harmful may now have proof. A numb

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February 2010 - Some Thoughts Are a Lot of Bull!

By Lady Diannia Baty A few years ago I had an opportunity to meet a young woman who owned a bull named “Tiny.” Trust me when I tell you there wasn’t a thing tiny about him. He was massive. He was also spoiled and was her mode of transportation instead of a horse. Talk about thinking out of

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February 2010 - About Our Cover: Kim Jacobs

Professional Kim Jacobs is the Telly® Award Winning Talk Show Host of Daily Balance with Kim Jacobs . Kim interviews fascinating celebrities, entrepreneurs, athletes, and viewers just like YOU! She records her show in front of a live studio audience and features a live band on the show.

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