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2017 Top 10 Blog Post & Instagram Images

As we close out the new year it’s customary to take stock of one’s work and efforts over the year. I decided to review all 71 of my blog posts in 2017 and present the top 10 to you. These post range in topics from TV appearances, style tips, business advice, and personal development. It […]

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4 Simple Key Ways to Prevent Burnout

In today’s technologically driven society it seems we can’t live without being “connected.” I’ll admit that if I don’t have my smartphone with me at all times I feel a bit lost and out of touch. Moreover, as a business owner who markets via social media and the internet, I can find myself spending hours […]

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3 Smart Strategies to Effective Shopping

In a previous blog post I shared how shopping blindly can destroy your confidence. Next to fit, my clients tell their biggest challenge is knowing what to shop for. Since most women only wear 20% of their wardrobe, it’s clear their getting 80% of it wrong.  How are you fairing? When it comes to shopping, are […]

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5 Places Your Brand Identity Must Be Consistent

Your brand identity is the image your company portrays to the world at large, to your customers or clients. When people look at your online presence, they should know what you do and that you bring value to the market. Your brand identity should be appealing to your target market and should be consistent in […]

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The New Power Dressing: Building a Confident Wardrobe

The term power dressing originated in the late 1970s and became the cornerstone of women’s corporate attire in the 1980s.  Power dressing included asexual severely structured suits in neutral coloring similar to mens suiting. It was a way to remove the femininity or sexuality from women’s attire signaling that she “took herself seriously” or was […]

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Introducing Radiant Bambi’s Ash Soto: Bridging the Gap

Earlier this year, specifically on the 50th day of the year, the #Fierce50 campaign was launched by Catherine Grace O’Connell, owner of the blog CatherineGraceO. It was a movement designed to bring attention to the beauty, intelligence, sophistication, and most importantly relevance of women. A population of women long forgotten by most beauty, media, and […]

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Shopping is Destroying Your Confidence

Stop Shopping Today is the first day of Fall, which means we’re about to move into the biggest shopping season of the year. For some of you this is music to your ears but to others it can represent another dreaded trip to the mall. For both lovers and haters of shoppers, the common problem […]

4 Tips to be a Confident Speaker

Confident Speaker Public speaking still remains the #1 fear of most people in America. So it’s no surprise when I hear other colleagues and entrepreneurs ask me, “How can I be more confident on stage? Or speaking in front of crowd? Or even networking?” Admittedly, even speaking in front of massive groups of people gives […]

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3 Ways to Get Over Your Fear of Public Speaking

Confident Speaking Public speaking is almost an essential for success nowadays—and definitely a major factor in creating a powerful brand. Those who take their courage into their hands and accept or seek speaking engagements tend to outpace their competitors in branding, authority and reach. There are three things you need to do before you can walk […]

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The #Fierce50 Take Over Southern California

The #Fierce50 I have the exciting honor of being one of the original 50 women of the #Fierce50 Revolution. We are a collective of women over 50 brought together by the incredibly beautiful (inside and out) Catherine Grace O’Connell. As a women over 50, when I started blogging I felt isolated because the majority of […]

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