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How to Transform Your World: Deed by Deed the Boomer Way

July 29th, 2010

NABBW THIRD July Teleseminar How to Transform Your World: Deed by Deed the Boomer Way Thursday, July 29, 2010 7:00 pm EST with guest Margaret Damen, CFP, CLU, ChFC, CDFA www.instituteforwomenandwealth.org Author of Women, Wealth and Giving: The Virtuous Legacy of the Boom Generation All participants will be offered THREE free gifts! Margaret Damen is Founder of the Institute For Women and Wealth in Lake Worth, Florida, which provides a forum for women to recognize and fulfill their abundant wealth legacy of values and valuables. She is the Planned Giving Consultant to the Kravis Center... Read More

The Elephant in the Room: Growing Older in Today\’s World

July 28th, 2010

The NABBW Announces A SECOND Teleseminar for July (Scroll down the page to see the THIRD July Teleseminar) The Elephant in the Room: Growing Older in Today\’s World Wednesday, July 28, 2010 11:00 am EST with guest Emily W. Upham and Linda Gravenson Emily Upham, author of the book, In the Fullness of Time, is a pianist, a native of Connecticut and was a student of Donald Currier of the Yale School of Music. She began her performance career at an early age as a winner of the William Inglis Morse prize for Music. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College, her subsequent training, in Paris... Read More

The Stressed-Out Woman\’s Journey to Letting Go with Laughter

July 21st, 2010

NABBW FIRST July Teleseminar (Scroll down the page to see the SECOND and THIRD teleseminars for July!) The Stressed-Out Woman\’s Journey to Letting Go with Laughter Thursday, July 22, 2010 7:00 pm EST with Leigh Anne Jasheway M.P.H. (master of public health/mistress of public humor) www.accidentalcomic.com Author of How\’d All These Ping Pong Balls Get In My Bag!? The Stressed-Out Woman\’s Guide to Letting Go with Laughter Don\’t Get Mad, Get Funny Not Guilty by Reason of Menopause Bedtime Stories for Dogs All participants will be offered a free newsletter full... Read More

More Than Annoyed

July 20th, 2010

Are you an imploder or an exploder? So many of us have been taught to stuff our anger, never make waves, pretend all\’s fine….but is it? Underneath the masks of make believe can lie a seething discontent ready to boil up when least expected. This over-reaction causes much pain and confusion, while suppres- sion creates illness.  Read More

The Power of Journaling

July 19th, 2010

Journaling is such an empowering tool that Oprah Winfrey actually credits it for saving her life. Other dynamic, memorable women — Anne Frank, Sylvia Plath, Lynn Redgrave, and Saint Thérèse of Lisieux come to mind — also used journaling to help overcome obstacles in their lives and keep their heads above water in crisis situations. Sometimes they didn\’t live through their crises, but their journals have survived to give us insight into how they dealt with personal tragedy. And the list goes on. James Barrie\’s journals, which he began during childhood to express his grief... Read More

Wooden, Wimbledon, Wrong Calls and World Cup

July 19th, 2010

Wondering what all these W\’s have in common? They provide cases of excellent role models in sports that we can pass on to our children and grandchildren. After witnessing so many instances of poor sportsmanship over the years, it\’s impressive to have examples of positive behavior by athletes. Legendary U.C.L.A. basketball coach John Wooden was known for his inspiration and motivation, on and off the court. His philosophy of life – as well as his entire persona – exemplified the values we wish to impart to our children. His style was gracious, even as he focused on creating... Read More

Is Now Really a Good Time for Those Over the Age of 50 to Start a Business?

July 19th, 2010

Today you hear more and more about people starting their own businesses. According to a study reported by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, adults ages 55 to 64 are the group most likely to do so. The volatile economy and depreciated retirement accounts are just a few of the reasons some people who may have never before considered starting their own business are now doing so. They want to shore up their nest eggs, supplement retirement income or avoid returning to the corporate world for a job. But is now the right time to get started? Well, it depends . . . on what type of business you... Read More

New Teleseminar – The Elephant in the Room: Growing Older in Today\’s World

July 14th, 2010

The NABBW Announces A THIRD Teleseminar for July The Elephant in the Room: Growing Older in Today\’s World Wednesday, July 28, 2010 11:00 am EST with guest Emily W. Upham and Linda Gravenson www.emilyupham.com/ REGISTER FOR THE CALL!  Read More

THREE NEW JULY Teleseminars!

July 14th, 2010

The NABBW Announces THREE NEW July Teleseminars NABBW FIRST July Teleseminar  Read More

How to Write a Book “The Easy Button” Way: Write a Tips Book

July 13th, 2010

Have you ever dreamed of writing a book that would establish you as an expert worthy of attention? Have you seen authors get attention at seminars or on TV and thought, “I wish that was ME”? Writing a book is easier than you think when you know a few insider secrets. One kind of book above all others is the easiest to write. You probably already know that authors get all the attention. It\’s because people innately trust authors. So if you are an expert in your niche, or if you are a business owner (which still makes you an expert) without a book, it\’s time to write one.... Read More