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International Fired Up Month

October is International Fired Up Month! “The real secret of success is enthusiasm.” – Walter Chrysler Celebrated from Oct.1-31, this month focuses on motivation and enthusiasm in the workforce, where people learn what gets them Fired Up! and incorporate that into … Continue reading

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What Lights Your Fire?

Get Fired Up! By Doing What You Love   When I wrote my first book, Fired Up!, in 1996, it was born from a deep seated passion. I truly believe there is a fire inside each of us that gets ignited when … Continue reading

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Fire Up Your Presentations

Whenever you stand up to speak, whether it’s for a 30 second self-introduction or a 2 hour sales presentation, remember to finish with Fired Up! enthusiasm. The close to your talk is critical. Continue reading

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Get Fired Up! About Social Media

Make the Most of Your Posts If you are one of the of people who regularly use social media to share information, here are a few tips to fire up! your social media and relieve stress from posting. (Learned some of … Continue reading

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Fire Up Your Business by Thinking Globally

Should You Be Doing Business Overseas? As Thomas Friedman wrote, the world is increasingly flat. Recently, we entertained two dear friends from Nigeria. A day later, my husband spoke to 3 computer techs in Bangelore, India. Several of my friends … Continue reading

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