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Are You Playing to Win?

By Elizabeth Colen Recently, I was watching the NBA Finals and the Golden State Elizabeth Colen Warriors were down at half-time. The commentators said, “what do you think the coach is doing right now in the locker room?”  Another commentator answered, “Three things the coach should be looking at.…

4 Strategies to Boost Your Confidence

By Elizabeth Colen Recently I attended a networking event called, “LipStick Mania Business Social” and the topic was about image. I was expecting the regular spiels about hair, make up, and clothes. To my surprise the speaker, Marjory Brifil spoke of inner image which I am all about.…

5 Things To Remember When Buying A Home

By Marsha Barnes Marsha Barnes, The Finance Bar We all have many things in life that are our first. First day of school, college, first love, or our first or even second home. There’s typically tons of research that goes into planning major milestones and I’ll say that buying a home is pretty huge.…

Lessons From My Mother

By Christina Christian My mother use to say “You must do better than I did.” As I reflect on my mother’s use of this expression, it was evident that the pain and struggle of her own experience was one that she did not want her children to know.…