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My Story Personal Development

Holy Jolly 2019 Blog Roundup

The end of the year is upon us. It’s one of my favorite times because I enjoy looking back at the year. Going into a new year is always a bit daunting. New Years resolutions, goals, now people are setting intentional “words” for the year. How is it all going to pan out? Well, it […]

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Business Personal Development

Here is How I Plan to Use LinkedIn in 2020

In November I started kicking up my LinkedIn participation. LinkedIn was never my top social media site but as time has gone on (and since I deleted Facebook), LinkedIn has grown on me. I think it’s important to stay connected and visible. Where I’m at in my goals and life, LinkedIn is the best place […]

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Book Reviews Personal Development

Top Tips on How to Write a Book from Writer Fest Nashville

“Writer’s feel called to write and share it with an audience.” @WriterFestNSH It’s the last month of the year and I am only 10 posts away to having 200 on Lilyotron. That means it’s time to get back in the saddle and write! What better way to do that then recap Writer Fest in Nashville […]

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Business Personal Development

Business Reads from Chicago’s Top Business Schools

I just came back from an awesome weekend in Chicago. I hung out with my best friend, Kaila, and attended two days of FABTECH. There is lots to write about and share. First I wanted to make this quick post about this new reading material Kaila shared with me. Broad Shoulders A woman’s professional group […]

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Lifestyle Personal Development

Self-improvement doesn’t mean crying into self-help books

Does your friend every do something professionally you’re so proud of you just have to share it? My friend, Kaila, went live on LinkedIn in an interview to talk about her career, how it grew, and where she’s going next. The LinkedIn live was hosted by Jaime Cohen, a communications coach and personal branding consultant. […]

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Personal Development Technology Women in Tech

Reflections with My Mother as a Women in Tech

I’m in Michigan for my annual summer trip home to visit my parents. I enjoy the visits, not just because it means I get a break from “momming” but because I get to hear stories from when my parents were my age. I’ve wanted to write my mom’s career story for the longest time. It’s […]