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1105, 2016

dr. penny sartori.

May 11th, 2016|healthcare., literature.|0 Comments

Treat others as you wish to be treated yourself. It is just that simple.

2209, 2015

dr. nicole swiner.

September 22nd, 2015|healthcare., literature.|0 Comments

We’ve just been conditioned to do all and to take on the burden of the world all while sitting pretty and handling it. We often do this to ourselves also. We have to give up this idea of having to do everything for everyone, and then forgetting about “us” in the process.

1509, 2015

beth hand.

September 15th, 2015|literature., small business owners.|1 Comment

This executive coach and author shares what women need to know about gender bias to shine in the corporate space & the marketplace.

1508, 2015

felicia mcquaid.

August 15th, 2015|literature., wellness. beauty. fitness.|0 Comments

This energy specialist believes that grace is an energy that makes things better. To live a grace-filled life make your world a better place. If you have the choice between being right or being kind, choose kindness.

908, 2015

natalie sudman.

August 9th, 2015|fashion. art. entertainment., literature., small business owners.|1 Comment

Author, artist, psychic suggests that you should be your own best friend. Love yourself – even the crummy parts. Like yourself – even the crummy parts. Be compassionate with yourself – especially the crummy parts. And forgive yourself for everything.

1707, 2015

allison carter.

July 17th, 2015|literature.|1 Comment

Allison Carter's work on parenting has been featured in the New York Times. This talented woman shares her thoughts on parenting, career, and "balancing it all."

3105, 2015

mary burton. {taylor.}

May 31st, 2015|literature.|0 Comments

Author Mary Burton does it all: romance suspense, historical romance and novellas. And she just does it under two different personas! Learn what Mary attributes to her success.

1805, 2015

dorie clark.

May 18th, 2015|education., literature.|0 Comments

Author Dorie Clark advises, "You want to have a ‘paper trail’ so that people who are looking you up can see for themselves that you’re serious about making the switch and have good ideas."

104, 2015

robin korth.

April 1st, 2015|literature.|1 Comment

This author offers her thoughts: "Live a grace-filled life and everything else falls into place after that. When we turn on our souls, the adventure begins!"

803, 2015

lisa loeb.

March 8th, 2015|fashion. art. entertainment., literature.|3 Comments

Singer, songwriter, and children's author joins the conversation: "Being a mom is one of the most important jobs. I take motherhood seriously and I work hard to offer my children stability."

2502, 2015

carol roth.

February 25th, 2015|business., literature., small business owners.|0 Comments

Learn why this media personality, author, and business advisor does not want to live a graceful life. She opts to live a clunky but rich real life. "Grace takes too much effort and is too stiff. I am very authentic and believe that life is about those highs and lows—all of the emotions and experience which are not graceful in any way, shape or form."

1302, 2015

laura kaye.

February 13th, 2015|literature.|0 Comments

Bestselling author advises: "Take pleasure in the small things and ordinary moments in life, have gratitude, remember the role of luck and serendipity in success, and paying all the goodness forward."

502, 2015

vicki larson.

February 5th, 2015|literature.|0 Comments

Journalist and author shares: "I was surprised and energized by how many intellectual minds understood that there were cracks in the marital façade and were boldly trying to forge new paths. Society just wasn’t ready for it then, but we sure are now."

102, 2015

susan pease gadoua.

February 1st, 2015|healthcare., literature.|3 Comments

Marriage therapist and author suggests: "Rather than search for your happiness by marrying Mr. or Mrs. Right, do your own internal work to become Mr. or Mrs. Right. When you are a more balanced, mature and authentic adult, you will attract the same."

1212, 2014

amie williamson.

December 12th, 2014|literature.|5 Comments

Author and community leader offers insight: "Grace comes from within. It starts with knowing who I am and authentically sharing myself with others. Living a graceful life is about creating connections and leaving your footprint."