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Stop Taking Rejection Personally!

by Erin Tillman

Stop Taking Rejection Personally! I recently went on my 4th date with a guy that I really liked. He was sexy, smart, and a great listener. We had great conversations and great chemistry. I saw definite potential in him. Then, in the midst of what seemed like a great courtship, a week went by without so much as a phone call or even a text from him. I began to worry. I decided to call him and ask him if everything was all right between us because my intuition was telling me otherwise. Sure enough, my gut was right.

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Men Can’t Read Your Mind…Read This!

by Marni Battista

Men Can’t Read Your Mind…Read This! It’s amazing to me that one of the biggest frustrations I hear from women I meet is that men don’t do “what they want” them to do. To make things trickier, when I ask women what they need or want, many cannot articulate exactly what they are looking for.  That said; imagine if you knew the following:

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The Social Side of Convention

 by Erin Tillman

The Social Side of Convention.  The convention. The business trip. The industry conference. No matter what you call it, we all know what to expect. There will be meetings, networking opportunities, presentations, and seminars, but have you ever thought of your next business trip as a social opportunity? These events are meant to be business related but there’s no reason you can’t make it social too.

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How to Bring Sexy Without Bringing the Sex!

by Marni Battista

How to Bring Sexy Without Bringing the Sex!  I am always intrigued when clients ask the loaded question — the questions that seem so simple but then are ultimately the opening to a very deep place.  During a coaching session this week with Susie, one of my clients, she innocently walked through the metaphorical open doorway, simply wondering how to be sexy without being objectified as a sexual object.

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