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Fearless Fabulous Women- Tae Yun Kim- Martial Arts Master

Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailA Martial Arts Master Conquers Her Past and Builds a Future Imagine if you were a very young girl and your family told you were “worthless,” “a bad omen,” and basically unwanted. Imagine they just abandoned you. Imagine being under siege in a war and watching a friend die next to you. Then your beloved brother commits suicide. You know the saying “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger?” Well, read further…. Tae Yun Kim is a martial arts master and entrepreneur.  She shares her inspirational story and motivation in “Seven Steps to Inner Power – How to Break […]

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Want to Change Your Life? Change Your Habits

Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemail The main reason diets don’t work is people don’t stick to them. It’s a commitment. Your relationship to food is more than about what you eat. It’s emotional. Many of us eat and drink to nurture our spirit as much as to nourish our bodies. Maybe it’s time to change your behavior and not just your diet. That’s one of the many messages from Dr. Deena Solomon, who tackles weight loss from a cognitive behavioral perspective- aka “retrain the brain.” www.drdeenasolomon.com Dr. Solomon says, “While others view food as an addiction, and overeating as a disease that must be cured, I […]

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Why It’s Important To Speak Out

Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe only thing as disturbing as a voice that had been silenced is one that refuses to speak out.  Apathy is even worse than acrimony. Because apathy is about being indifferent versus helping to make a difference. Last week was Equal Pay Day. The date, April 10, was significant because that is the date in 2018 it would take for women’s earnings to finally catch up with what men earn. Women still make around 80 cents on the dollar to men and about $10,000 less in annual salaries. But don’t just blame the system. Too often we just let it happen by not speaking […]

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Three Simple Words for the New Year: Mindful, Purpose, Passion

Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThree words to live by to stay vibrant and young in spirit: Mindful, Passion, and Purpose. These are also three words to start your New Year with a New Attitude. Mindful is about being “in the present” and focused on the here and now rather than the “when and what for?” Passion is the spiritual and emotional energy that will help propel you. Passion can be positive energy or negative energy depending on how you channel it. Hopefully positive. Purpose is your intention. I call it you you “Why?” As in “Why” do you want to make something happen? What is […]

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Pulling Back the Curtain on Health Care- Fearless Fabulous YOU!

Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailIs anyone truly happy with the way today’s health care system works? What can we as empowered consumers do to be better informed- and prepared- to manage our health care, especially when a medical issue arises? On December 13th I spoke with Dr. Halee Fischer Wright, author of “Back To Balance: The Art, Science and Business of Medicine,” who pulls back the curtain on the medical business to reveal how doctors work and how we, as their clients-patients, can better communicate with them to ensure we have a more positive experience.     Here are three questions Halee says […]

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Why Fasting May Be Good For You- Nov 22 on Fearless Fabulous YOU!

Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemail Josh Mittledorf, PhD. takes a scholarly approach to an inevitable age-old dilemma: aging. In Cracking the Aging Code, he explains the science of growing old and what it means for staying young. A provocative read. Dr., Mittledorf joins me to discuss Nov 22 on #FearlessFabulousYou 12 noon EST W4WN Radio – The Women 4 Women Network. A few things from his book I will discuss with Dr. Mittledorf: How aging is not simply the result of wear and tear on our bodies. Rather, our bodies are destroyed on schedule, from the inside out. It is a natural evolutionary process. Why caloric restriction […]

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Talking Body Image with Actress Turned Advocate Mary McDonough

Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailGrowing up in the public eye can be hard for a child, even one who stars in an award-winning television series. Your entire life, both on and off camera, seems like an open book as you transition from a young girl through adolescence and into womanhood. The challenges faced are the same as all young girls, just magnified. Actress turned Author and Advocate Mary McDonough knows the challenges of maintaining a positive body image and  strong self-worth in an industry where body perfection seems (abnormally) the norm.  Mary portrayed Erin on the hit television series, “The Waltons” and then went on […]

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Five Tips For Safe Sips – What All Women Should Know

Don't let a pretty drink become pretty deadly. When in doubt, dump it out. #practicesafesips

Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailMany of my friends have been sending their kids to college. For many it’s their first time living away from home. On a recent edition of Fearless Fabulous You! former law enforcement officer, Steve Kardian, author of “The New Super Power for Women,” said that the period between September and Thanksgiving recess is when freshman females and returning sophomores are most vulnerable to sexual assault. In fact, an estimated one in four women (25% of college women) experience some form of sexual violence (rape, assault, physical force or incapacitation) during their four years of college. Everyone wants to fit […]

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What No Woman Wants To Discuss, But I Did on Fearless Fabulous YOU!

Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemail“I Laughed So Hard I Almost Peed in My Pants.” If you have ever said that, you’re not alone.  According to the Urology Care Foundation, “A quarter to a third of men and women in the U.S. suffer from urinary incontinence. About 33 million have overactive bladder (also known as OAB) representing symptoms of urgency, frequency and with or without urge incontinence.”  This article in SwanStudy.org (April 21, 2015)  reports: “Dr. Elaine Waetjen, gynecologist with the UC Davis Medical Center, has been studying urinary incontinence for more than 16 years and considers it an important but under-acknowledged issue in women’s […]

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Second Chapters: She Left the C-Suite to Become a Cannabis Entrepreneur

Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThink you need a college degree to get ahead much less become President of a multi-billion business? Think again.  Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Microsoft’s Bill Gates never graduated college. Look where they are today? That’s not to say having a college degree and, better yet, a Master’s Degree, won’t matter. They do, especially in the corporate world and in academia. But, you can succeed in other ways. That’s the story of Stormy Simon, a single mom who started as a temporary worked at Overstock.com and worked her way to the top to become President. During her tenure, Overstock became a top […]

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