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Are You Extraordinary?
By Laura Lopez

A dear friend of mine died last week. She was an extraordinary person. We are all extraordinary when we are born, but so few of us actually die as extraordinary people. That is because we spend our lifetimes whittling away our unique traits that don't "fit in". You can do too many things you think you "should", versus what you want or need to do. Or, you get stuck doing things that used to work for you, but no longer do. You may not even truly know who you are intended to be. As a result, you become ordinary. Ordinary. Just like everyone else.   Read More

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YES WE CAN!
By Carolyn Leighton

At age 67, I have seen decades of racism and discrimination. I was born white, but every time I witnessed an attack - large and small - towards someone because their skin was a different color, because they looked, dressed, thought differently - from the time I was a young child - I felt as if I was being assaulted. I never thought the day would come when the MAJORITY of the population would rise above the lowest level of human behavior - racism - but my heart was singing last night, as I watched, through tears of joy our new President Elect Barack Obama being swept into Office.   Read More

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The Evolution of WITI
By Carolyn Leighton

When I started WITI in 1989, I had no idea how significantly that decision would affect my life. At the time I was building my third and most successful company, Criterion Research, which I had started in 1984.   Read More

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Inner Authority: Your Personal GPS for Empowered Leadership
By Wendy Wallbridge

Authority has come to mean someone with the power to affect or influence others because of office or expertise.   Read More

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No One Diet Works for Everyone
By Laura Brown

Diet and Nutrition expert Laura Brown discusses why no one diet works for everyone, and discusses how to create sustainable, lasting weight loss without dwelling on calories, carbs, fats, proteins, restrictions and lists of good and bad foods, in a way that is flexible, fun and free of denial and discipline.   Read More

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Mr. Mom Goes Back to Work
By Clarice Kennedy

Originally Published in The NY Enterprise Report, May 1, 2008 A business owner and mother of three shares her struggle to adapt to domestic duties after her stay-at-home husband returns to work   Read More