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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

3 Ways To Live Life To The Fullest When You Have Chronic Illness

To most, the idea of living with a chronic health condition is terrifying and with good reason. Getting a diagnosis that is there to stay can bring on some strong emotions, stress, and physical signs that change your life. When they told me I had MS (Multiple Sclerosis) I went through days and weeks of fear, anger, and frustration. On one hand, I pressed myself for the reasons it was happening and, at the same time, I searched desperately for the guts to fight it.

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5 Powerful Tips To Have Greater Health Now

When we think about our health, we can often take it at face value. If we look and feel good, it’s safe to assume that we’re healthy. But, that’s not always the case. There could by hidden issues in your body that could take years to show up or cause symptoms. Early warnings signs could be passed up if they are not severe enough to get your attention. Also, most people rely on the word of their doctors that they are perfectly fine. Even professionals miss things if there are no complaints or signs of disease.

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3 Signs Your Friend Has A Drinking Problem

There’s nothing better than having a glass of something strong to relax you on a Friday night. It’s harmless, right? Maybe so, but it can lead to something much worse. Alcoholism is a harmful, dangerous disease. If you suspect one of your friends is going down that path, it’s crucial you act fast to stop the spiraling. Before you can act, you need to be sure your suspicions are right. Don’t fall out with your friend by jumping to the wrong conclusions. Some people drink more than others, and it can be hard to detect when there’s a problem. Here are some signs you should look out for if you’re worried that your friend might have a drinking problem.

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Power Action To Get You Healthier In 2017

Being healthier is a priority for many people, especially when the New Year rolls around. However, doing so takes time, effort, and determination...not to mention, a solid plan. How about it? Are you ready to change your life for the better? No matter where you are in your present health, consider lifestyle changes by making New Year goals and seeing January as the ultimate fresh start. With that in mind, here are some power actions to get you healthier in 2017.

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Are You Prepared To Start A Business? 3 Things You Need To Know

So, you want to start a business? Great! First, there are some things you should know. Going freelance or being an entrepreneur are both career moves that require some guts and fortitude. You will have to deal with some challenging people and technical issues on a regular basis. And, though, this is a common occurrence in business, it doesn't mean that everyone is prepared for it just because they flip the open sign. I believe preparation and training are the best ways to be ready for a business venture. It's not unlike training for a marathon or athletic sport. It takes consistency, willingness to push yourself to the limit, and an undying passion to reach goals. Here are 3 musts for readying yourself for entrepreneurship.

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8 Success Tips To Survive Your First Year In Buisness

In order to survive your first year in business, there are many varying factors to consider. And, ongoing success...well, that all depends on what you consider successful and how willing you are to play the game consistently. In this article, we are going to look at eight things that you can do to massively improve your chances of taking your business past the first year. Some of these might be more obvious than others, but they are all worthwhile and play a role in creating a solid business that will last.

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5 Savvy Ways To Dress To Impress At Work

Whether we want to judge others or be judged by appearance, it happens. One of the places it happens the most is the workplace. Yes, your boss or prospective clients are checking out how you look and sizing you up based on what they see. You've got their full attention, why not take this opportunity to dress to impress? Your choices could play a huge role in whether you get a raise, a promotion, or any other brownie points at work. Here are 5 savvy tips to bring your look up to fabulous and get you noticed in a good way on the job!

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6 Strategies To Face Your Problems Head On

Everyone has problems, right? Some of them are small and some make you want to bury your head in the sand. However, doing so won't help at all. You need to face your problems head on in order to eradicate them. Fear of the unknown has a way of stealing our courage if we are facing something difficult. Believe me, I've had a multitude of problems in my life that have done just this. Fortunately, I learned how to get through them with clarity and confidence by applying these 6 strategies.

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3 Musts For Being “Boss” At Effective Leadership

Effective leadership requires a delicate balance between being approachable and kind and assertive and tough. When you’re in charge, there are so many things to deal with, people to consider. This means that you will have many different situations to handle. Being a boss or a leader isn't always fun, and it isn't always easy. You need to be the best you can be, as well as have the ability to acquire the best employees and resources. Here are 3 musts for being "boss" at effective Leadership.

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Big Benefits For Setting Financial Goals In The New Year

The 1st of January is the queen of Mondays; it’s the iconic day for fresh starts and grand resolutions. Obviously, you can make a fresh start at any time, but there’s something about a new year that seems to wipe the slate clean and give you a second chance to make things better. This goes double for setting financial goals. Unfortunately, many of our goals and dreams do not make it past February. I believe this is because we often try to do too much too fast.

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Writing Meaningful Wedding Vows To Remember

You and your partner have decided to declare your love for each other in front of your nearest and dearest, and you couldn’t be more excited to do so. You’ve got the whole day planned out, from where you’ll say “I do” to how you’ll celebrate afterward. Your special day wouldn't be complete without wedding vows to remember. Do I sense a subtle cringe? I get it, you're not a poet. Don't worry, I've compiled a few hints and tips to get you started.

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4 Tips For Beautiful Winter Skin

Over the past few weeks, the weather has turned colder here in the Northern hemisphere. I think it’s safe to say, with the temperatures dropping every day; winter is lurking around the corner. I don’t know about you, but many women find the winter weather wreaks havoc on their skin. Here are some of my best tips for beautiful winter skin.

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3 Freelance Career Moves To Get You Hired

If you've been thinking about a freelance career, you are not alone. Career trends have recently shown more women pushing traditional job choices out the window in exchange for working from home. Though freelance careers are all the rage, breaking into them can be a little tricky. I've been a freelance writer and done many other services within the frame of my own businesses, so I know that it takes discipline and the ability to push through rejection and slow times. The first thing to remember is that you are unique and anything you do will be one of a kind. Consider these 3 tips as you plan for your freelance venture.

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5 Ways To Support A Loved One In Difficult Times

There are few things in life more painful than watching the suffering of someone you love. Even worse, if you don't have the tools or information to help, you feel lost. Sometimes, you can do nothing but watch him or her drift away from you. If you've ever had extreme challenges, you know it can be difficult to ask for help or even admit that there is something wrong. So, how do you support a hurting loved one without creating a wedge or resentment? Even if it seems hopeless, there are things that you can do. Here are a few ways to help and support a loved one in need.

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6 Careers For Sports Lovers

Both men and women love sports, as in watching, playing, and encouraging their children to play. However, most of us are not equipped to play sports at a professional level. Fortunately, there are opportunities to make money in sports even if you can't step a foot on a field or court. The world of sports is growing every year and so is the demand for administrators, reporters, coaches, medical practitioners, and even writers. Depending on your unique talents, you may just fit nicely into a sports-related career. Here are six to consider.

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