Work Smarter to Enjoy Success with Ease

Many of us believe that we have to work hard from sun up to sun down to accomplish anything. This is not living- it’s existing- and doing it too long will strip you of your joy for life and passion for your work. The saying “work smarter, not harder” is very true, and there are ways of living and thinking that can promote ease in your life. Success with ease is enjoying your work, the process, and the results, while enjoying the other aspects of your life. Adopt some of these ideas and watch your success soar at work and in the rest of your life.

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Grow Your Revenue and Expand Your Fempire

It’s important to nurture your current clients, but also focus on bringing in enough sales to keep your business profitable and sustainable. To ensure you thrive in your business, follow these super tips, do them consistently and watch your revenue grow and grow:

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What are you tolerating that is keeping you stuck?

Often in business we keep our focus on the things that are the most important: serving our clients, making sales, or paying bills. Because we put our energy toward the most important tasks, we sometimes inadvertently put up with things that are not ideal.

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Thriving Woman Spotlight: Nancy Mueller

Nancy Mueller, of, is here to help raise the vibrational energy of the planet; of that she has no doubt! Nancy has the absolute privilege of accomplishing this as a Life Coach. She’s not here to tell you how she did it; She’s here to show you how YOU can do it!

How long have you been in business?  Since 1998 part-time and full-time in 2009.

Why did you begin your business?  Because I wanted to share a message with women to let them know that their past does not define who they are. It’s not what happens to you that matters, it’s what you do with what happens to you!

What is your mission for your business?  To make a positive difference in the lives of others through my teaching, speaking, writing and how I show up in my life by shining my light as brilliantly as possible.

If there was one thing you wish you knew before you began your business, what would that be? That the saying, “If you build it, they will come” should never be the foundation of your business.

What is a guiding principle that you use in your business?  
That I am not here to be a strength for others, but to make sure I am giving myself everything I need so that I have the energy, self-love and Spiritual well-being to share a message that has the potential to plant seeds of inspiration about what is possible in our life!

What makes you a thriving woman in business? I have learned to fill my own cup before I offer the contents to others. When I have high amounts of self-love, I feel unstoppable.

What do you love about being a thriving woman in business? Before I started my business, my mother and I had an estranged relationship. As my mother started following me on social media, one day she called me and said, “Nancy, I am watching what you are doing for all of these women. I think it could also work for us if you are willing to teach me.” I never dreamed that my business would give me my mother!

What is the next big thing or dream for you in your business? I have had so many women tell me they want to work with me but can’t afford the investment. I am working on an affordable coaching platform that will give people the benefit of my coaching with an affordable price tag.

How can our readers connect with you? You are invited to visit my site at and if anything you read inspires you to connect with me, please follow your intuition and schedule a call with me. You can also reach me on FaceBook, Twitter and LinkedIn.


Developing Leadership for Entrepreneurial Success

I have seen numerous people turn their talent into a business. They are excited to share their gifts and are determined to make a difference in the world. The really successful ones are all that and more! The thriving entrepreneurs have also developed their leadership abilities. Here are three ways I have seen leadership help them reach more people and build incredibly successful businesses.

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Are You Your Own CFO?

Being a Chief Financial Officer for a business is one thing. But are you the CFO for your future?

We have to take a leadership role in our financial house. If you don’t do it, who will? As women business owners, we statistically put our needs last. Not to fret. Here are some ideas to get the ball rolling.

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Developing Your Leadership Qualities Invites Success

Business education and studies often look at reasons businesses fail. What makes them successful? One of the most important factors is the people. You, the leader, are the most important person in your company. A Gallup Poll between 2013 and 2015 reviewed the reasons people think businesses fail. The most critical element was the leader. Let’s look at five qualities of successful leaders and how to develop them.

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How to Be Happier at Work

To be happier at work, you must become intentional about it-to make it a conscious daily choice. It is the same as making the decision to live a healthy lifestyle.

Here are three ways to be happier at work:

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Leading the Way Is Good Marketing

You have the expertise and credibility, and know how to lead others when it comes to your business. But do you showcase that well for potential clients? Letting others see your leadership skills is good marketing because it positions you as an authority worth listening to.

Market yourself as a leader with these tips:

Take on leadership roles. Join committees, take a board position or volunteer to spearhead activities within networking or industry groups you are part of. These are quiet kinds of leadership pursuits that even introverts can do gracefully. These activities put you into visible leadership roles in others’ eyes. Once people see you in action, it’s easy for them to consider hiring you or referring you to others.

Take the time to share your knowledge. Be open to answering questions or giving advice to others even if they aren’t potential clients. This is a good way to give back and it’s a generous stance that invites good will to you. I once took several hours to talk with and send a detailed email response to a young college student who had questions about my industry. The next month, his coach hired me as her marketing person because she was so impressed with the information I had shared with him!

Publicize your leadership roles. Be sure to note on your website, speaker sheet and LinkedIn profile what leadership roles you take on. Do you provide advice to those younger than you? Note that you are a mentor. Have you won an award? Be sure it’s part of your profile. Be loud and proud about your leadership roles to be seen in a bigger light.

Take on leadership roles, share what you know and communicate what you do to market yourself as a leader and attract your ideal clients.

Get more tips on creating a BIG presence with your marketing HERE.

Listen, Learn and Lead Your Way to Excellent Leadership

When you think of leadership, what kind of person comes to mind? A president? A minister? A mother? Great leaders are great because they serve those who stand behind them and stand up for them.

Nelson Mandela, a great leader, popularized the term “Lead from behind.” Brilliant leaders understand this strategy of leading.

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