Let’s have a personal chat for a minute… This year, I’ve sat down with an elite group of women and worked with each of them on building a business and a life that they love, and the experience has been
“Great ambition is the passion of a great character. Those endowed with it may perform very good or very bad acts. All depends on the principles which direct them.” — Napoleon Bonaparte Recognizing accepting your passion is sometimes difficult.
There are two seas in Palestine. One sea is fresh. Fish live in it. Trees and bushes grow near it. Children splash and play in it. The river Jordan flows into this sea from the north with sparkling water from
You may have noticed the diversity among the women I’ve spotlighted in this column. I intentionally look for women with differing backgrounds, careers and interests. This week I’m honored to spotlight Lynne Nielsen, a BYU Associate Statistics Professor and Ph.D.
I’m constantly amazed and impressed by the wonderful women who live in Utah Valley. This week I spoke with another accomplished, lovely young entrepreneur mother, Keenan White. She is the mother of five children and owns a dance studio. Keenan
I love learning about amazing young mothers. Krissy Owens is, indeed, an example to all working mothers who struggle and juggle. She is positive and cheerful, and extremely talented in her ability to multi-task. I have never met anyone like
Lindsey Shipley is the founder of LactationLink.com. I am delighted to spotlight an amazing 29-year-old who impresses me with her many accomplishments, the challenges she has overcome, and her loving, generous nature. Lindsey Shipley, RN, IBCLC, is the mother of
I am so impressed with Brenda Armstrong! A Pleasant Grove mother, she is a successful business woman and a devoted family woman. Armstrong shares her heart in this column and those with “eyes to see and ears to hear” can
Women are so much alike, aren’t we? We’re bonded because of what our bodies and hearts have been through. And as we age we’re asking the same questions and worrying about the exact same issues. Understandably, arriving at 40 is