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Kellie R. Stone

"I make no excuses for my diverse roles as a Rock Your Feminine Type Coach™ and Branding Expert, best-selling author, and crime thriller novelist. Yes, I do still chuckle a bit at the irony. I kick ass as a women’s biz coach by day and kill off vulnerable fiction characters at night. What the hell, it makes for some interesting dreams. I believe that everyone should pursue their passions no matter how out there they seem to be. One of those pure heart-fluttering passions for me has always been writing. Since I did, indeed, chase my dream of being a writer, I've published two non-fiction books in the self-development genre, co-authored an international best seller, and now I'm finally pushing my much-too-old-to-be-in-the-nest novel out the door and into the world. My whole world is empowering and I adore showing others how to live life unfiltered, whether I do that through the written word or my coaching work. I love my job!" ~Kellie R. Stone

5 Qualities Of Independent Strong Women

Each woman is unique, but I have noticed some distinct similarities among the strong women that tout "I am woman, hear me roar!" One thing apparent to me is they didn't achieve this state by living a sheltered and perfect life. No, they went through some shit...and they conquered fear, rejection, doubt, co-dependency, and many other not-so-pleasant things. If you've been playing around the banks of women's strength and independence, here are my top 5 common qualities that you can adopt today!

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6 Get Ahead Action Steps To Sky Rocket Your Career

After you have scored that stellar new job, you need to show them what you've got in the position so you can stand out. To get ahead, you must have a drive of excellence, competence, and flexibility. Your boss is watching, and, likely, his or her boss is watching. Before anything we talk about here, be proactive at finding out exactly what is expected of you and do those things to the best of your ability. If you want to excel quickly, here are 6 get ahead action steps to sky rocket your career!

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5 Ways You Can Positively Change Your Life For The Better

Life is a funny old thing. All that we perceive as good or bad, up or down can seem like a roller coaster ride. Many of us don’t want to wallow in the negative parts. We want to grow and learn from those things as quickly as possible. However, for many, those times can feel overwhelming and beyond their capability to overcome. What may seem like a small issue to one person, could be a big mountain to climb for someone else.

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Healthful Tips For 3 Common Age-Related Ailments

Aging is inevitable. Fortunately, most of us get wiser as we age, but a not so pleasant side effect of the process can be deteriorating health. Personally, I don't believe that we have to completely fall prey to the disease process if we pay attention and get the knowledge we need to care for our bodies properly. That said, it is your choice to float aimlessly into your old age or maintain a healthy body and mind. Here are some common health problems that many encounter in old age and some tips to help prevent them, as well as how to cope with such issues should they arise.

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How To Shine During Your Dream Job Interview

If you are looking for a new job, interviews are part of the process, so you better get prepared. Unless you’ve got a family member or a friend offering you a job, everyone has to get through them. You have only a short time to impress the interviewer and make him or her see that you are the right person for the job. Go prepared to wow and shine if you want to land that dream job! Here are a few tips to get you on the right track.

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5 Common Eye Problems And What You Can Do About Them

If your eyes are not working their best, it can affect your whole life. After all, if you can’t see properly, then you can be extremely limited in what you can carry out in day-to-day life. Keep in mind, there may be solutions to some of these common conditions. Make sure to consult your health care provider or eye doctor before making any decisions about your eyes. Here are some of the most common eye problems and what you can do to solve them.

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Want A Bikini Body? 4 Common Fitness Mistakes To Avoid

Summertime has arrived, at least in the Northern hemisphere! We are thinking about getting in shape so we can feel more confident in that bikini, bathing suit, or even just the less forgiving wardrobe of warmer weather. Unfortunately, a lot of women make some avoidable fitness mistakes while trying to look better for summer. Here are a few you can avoid next time you go for that toned up beach bod.

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Attract The Best Employees To Your Business

Without the best and well-fitting employees, a business will struggle to get the momentum it needs to succeed. So, the hiring process is something that needs given plenty of attention inside your business. Here are some ways to ensure that you can attract the best employees.

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Lower Your Cholesterol Doing These 6 Things

Because you may not feel any symptoms associated with high cholesterol, it is important to get regular screenings. When your doctor tells you that your cholesterol level is high, it’s time to take action sooner than later. High cholesterol has been linked to a higher risk of heart attacks and strokes, among other health concerns. Your doctor will have some advice for you as far as medications and such, but there are some things you can do to compliment a medical plan. Try these 6 things to create better overall health and lower your cholesterol.

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Progress Not Perfection: 5 Gradual Ways To Improve Your Life And Health

Making an improvement to our health can be tough. We want instant results. But what if we saw change as a process rather than a single task to be completed? A small change in the right direction can motivate you to continue your progress, without battling with yourself. Try these small, gradual changes to improve your life and health.

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4 Ways To Nail Authenticity In Your Business

AUTHENTICITY is a business buzz word these days. What does it actually mean and how do we BE IT to get results? The dictionary definition is this: of undisputed origin; genuine. Here's the thing: being authentic doesn't mean we must show all of our flaws or all of our strengths, for that matter. It's kind of like owning a weapon...you neither have to flaunt it, nor should you, in order for it to be effective when you need it. The same goes for a weakness. You live with those flaws every day. They are a part of you. They become a part of your strength naturally if you let them and will show up when needed.

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4 Easy Things To Focus On For Better Health

We all get stuck in a rut in our daily lives from time to time, that includes our state of health. What’s one more glass …

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5 Simple Steps That Will Rock Your Online Business Set Up

In today’s business climate, conducting your work from home is an increasingly popular option. Many women want to be their own bosses so they can pursue their true passions and mission. However, a home-based, online business isn't all glam and glitz and, though you are the queen, there is a lot of royal work that only you can do. Your company needs your attention if it has the chance to survive and thrive. So roll up your golden sleeves and toss that tiara, 'cause you've got work to do!

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Is Your Health Condition Holding You Back? 5 Tips To Help Break The Chains

It is common to feel disheartened or withdrawn when health conditions show up in our lives. The diagnosis might be long-term or temporary, treatable or only manageable. But …

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Tips For Healing After Major Surgery

If you’ve been told that you need major surgery, you most likely have a thousand questions about how you will feel after and how you will recover. Whether it’s surgery to treat a disease or to mend a broken bone, your recovery will take time, focus, and wisdom. Recovering from major surgery can take weeks, or sometimes months. It’s essential that you know what to expect from your surgery, as well as how long it will take you to recover fully. You need to have an extensive consult with your primary doctor, surgeon, and the anesthesiologist. Do not do anything until you are thoroughly satisfied with the answers you receive.

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