Posts Tagged ‘women’

Please join us Monday, July 12, 2010 at 9:00 p.m. EST for a powerful show on the importance of forgiveness.  I’m looking forward to co-hosting this show again and every Mon 9PM EST July-August.  Forgiveness is a deep topic- always for everyone

The power of forgiveness is  essential for a successful and happy life. This week the ladies of “Ladies, Lets Talk” will share their stories of forgiveness and discuss its important to moving forward in your life.

When you’re having difficulties with forgiveness, life coaching & EFT can turn it around!

Call me for a complimentary consult: 516 623 4353 and SKYPE.\  http://www.balanceandpower.com


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One of my favorite authors of philosophical fiction is Paulo Coelho. If you’ve read The Alchemist- or not- I encourage any philosopher to read all dozen + of his fiction masterpieces.

I’m now reading “Brida.”   It’s consistently amzing to me is how the author understands women so well…

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I recently came across this on the internet- I am a firm believer in the importance of vacations.
A new survey finds that when it comes to women, the emotional rewards of a vacation are often key drivers in where they choose to spend their holiday getaways. The survey, conducted by Roper Public Affairs for Meredith Corporation, finds that women respondents value vacations that include: emotional rewards of relaxation from the daily routine; re-connection with family and friends; opportunity to re-invent and re-ignite their personal passions via adventure, freedom and escapism. For example, among women with families, 96 percent of respondents stated that vacations that “create memories” are a key component in where they choose to spend their leisure time. According to the survey, one in three female travelers, or 32 percent, have taken a multi-generational trip; one in six, or 16 percent, have taken a wedding vow renewal or anniversary trip; and, one in eight, or 12 percent, have attended an offsite family reunion. Almost half of women surveyed, or 49 percent stated that they booked their most recent vacation “by myself” with another 18 percent saying they shared the responsibility with their spouse or partner. Four out of five women respondents say that vacations are a “must have.” Nine out of 10 families with teens agreed with this statement as well. Nine out of 10 women say they want vacations that create lasting memories. Eight of 10 women use search engine web sites such a Google and Yahoo as a means of researching their vacations. Three quarters of women use travel planning websites such as Expedia or Travelocity when organizing a vacation. Similarly, seven out of 10 use airline, hotel or cruise line Web sites. Seventy-two percent say they take up to six months to make a decision when planning a vacation. Over two-thirds of respondents say they will spend the same or more on their next vacation compared to their last vacation. One in three women say they are likely to take a cruise within the next 12 months. The top reasons for taking a cruise include a fun atmosphere (48 percent); good value for the price (45 percent); sightseeing (42 percent); and excursions/activities off the ship (41 percent). Nearly one in five women took a “girls only” vacation in the past three years. The top reason for taking such a trip was “the break from the daily routine,” with 53 percent stating as such. The Meredith Travel study “Great Expectations: What Women Expect from Travel Marketers Today,” was conducted by Roper Public Affairs and Media and is based on a nationwide online survey of 1,678 female vacation travelers age 18 and over. Respondents were recruited from an online panel. Respondents were qualified for the study by having taken a vacation within the past three years that was at least 50 miles away from home, with at least one overnight stay.


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I’m a proud board member of this group, the Director of Inspiration:
Long Island Women In Power, Inc. provides women with empowering tools, from soup to nuts, for personal and professional success. LIWP was established to unite women entrepreneurs of New York.
Our recent LONG ISLAND WOMEN IN POWER meeting venue,
Sweet Lace Lingerie on Sunrise in Massapequa was a fantastic hosting venue.
We thank them for there joint support with us to help charities such as
Youth Survivors Network. We are excited to have connected an amazing organization with Sweet Lace Lingerie to help women in their most difficult time of need.
We are taking this direction, working with powerful women and sharing resources for the non-profit as well as our members.
Each event is unique and powerful for all the women involved!

Our events open doors by providing advice, connections, new relationships and referrals. It has been proven that networking and helping others with expertise and guidance develops valuable personal and career skills necessary for women to remain successful in today’s world.

We are a premier business developer with endless networking capabilities. Our events provide quality connections and educational, empowering “take-aways”. We welcome all women from different trades to diversify our network. We support a Not-For-Profit at each networking event and learn about it from a representative speaker. LIWP offers business professionals the opportunity to grow, expand, and educate each other, share career opportunities and life experiences amongst one another. We create strong business and personal relationships, and as women have proven that our LIWP members offer inspiration and support to women at different professional levels. In addition to serving as a source of encouragement and guidance, LIWP members are offered PR, networking and marketing training at our networking events. Long term goals are to be non-profit and national!

Our South Shore LI Kick-Off Event is at The Balance & Power, Inc. Center in Baldwin 6/24 6PM: http://www.balanceandpower.com/events.php

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Women’s Empower Hour

I’m happy to be cohosting Mon and Tues nights 1/5-6 9PM EST: : http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thewomensempowerhour : Ladies, Let’s Talk: Resolving to Make 2009 a Year of Success

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