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Christina Weber teaches Catholic Women Entrepreneurs how to confidently do God's will by unpacking messages and patterns that block them from earning more money in less time while embracing their many roles in life. Jumpstart your biz and life success with her complimentary special report, “12 Things You Can Do Today To Earn More in Less Time,” by clicking here.

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Are Your Headed For A Breakthrough Or A Breakdown?

January 28, AD2016 0 Comments
Are Your Headed For A Breakthrough Or A Breakdown?

OBGyn Christine Northrup, M.D. believes that PMS symptoms are the natural way the mind, body, and soul connect and communicate. For optimal health, Dr Northrup invites us women to acknowledge and address what our bodies, mind and soul are telling us. We experience heightened awareness, in general, the days and week before our period. We […]

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Bust These Five Time Management Myths

December 2, AD2015 0 Comments
Bust These Five Time Management Myths

The secret to a successful lifestyle of any Catholic entrepreneur is excellent time management skills. But how do you exactly do that? With so many tools available to aid you on how to take charge of your time, which ones actually work? As you scramble for time mastery, you may be falling into these six […]

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How To Fix a Focus Problem

November 4, AD2015 0 Comments
How To Fix a Focus Problem

Do you find yourself often distracted at work? Entrepreneurial freedom can lead to business failure if you don’t focus in your business. The following are signs that you are losing focus in your work time: periods of being spaced out as chunks of your work time passes, making excuses for popping up and out of […]

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Don’t Let Comparing Derail Your Business Focus

October 7, AD2015 0 Comments
Don’t Let Comparing Derail Your Business Focus

When I was in high school and college, I struggled with body image. But in my early 20s, God gave me a gift. As a young professional the Holy Spirit inspired me to do an experiment that would free me. No matter how great or not-so-great I looked when I went to the gym to work […]

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Create Your Profitable and Fun 30-Hour Workweek

September 10, AD2015 0 Comments
Create Your Profitable and Fun 30-Hour Workweek

  Starting a business can be exciting. Work doesn’t feel like work. It’s easy to put in long hours with the prospects of turning a dream of being a successful entrepreneur into reality. But once the excitement wanes, business ownership can become a grind — especially if the revenue isn’t flowing like you want. And sometimes […]

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Are You In The Habit Of Comparing Yourself With Others?

August 13, AD2015 0 Comments
Are You In The Habit Of Comparing Yourself With Others?

When I was in high school and college, I struggled with body image. But as a young professional the Holy Spirit inspired me to do an experiment. No matter how great or not-so-great I looked when I went to the gym to work out, those huge full-length mirrors in the aerobic studio would get me […]

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Four Reasons to Keep the Heat up in Your Business

July 27, AD2015 0 Comments
Four Reasons to Keep the Heat up in Your Business

On a plane ride back from a Las Vegas seminar, I sat next to a 20-something community college student.  I learned he had a golf scholarship. He was returning from a Las Vegas family outing. I noticed his slight speech impediment. As we spoke I realized that he had some similar struggles and mindset issues […]

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How Catholic Women Entrepreneurs Change the World

June 17, AD2015 0 Comments
How Catholic Women Entrepreneurs Change the World

Catholic women entrepreneurs may not feel it some days, but they are leading the new world paradigm. In what way? As Catholic women entrepreneur, they trail-blaze the feminine path to freedom, flexibility, and financial resources. But oftentimes, they do not recognize their key role in a worldwide movement. Marxists and communists promoted disconnection between children […]

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Five Steps to Maximize the Value of Your Work

May 20, AD2015 0 Comments
Five Steps to Maximize the Value of Your Work

At the inaugural Catholic Assembly for Business breakfast Monsignor Stuart Swetland spoke on the Theology of Work. The Theology of Work is exciting for Christian women entrepreneurs because it demonstrates how our approach to work is in alignment with God’s will and on the cutting edge of our culture. Here are some some general concepts […]

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How Business Ownership Converts Your Flaws into Virtues

March 25, AD2015 3 Comments
How Business Ownership Converts Your Flaws into Virtues

From being a faith-based marriage and family therapist for 22 years, I’m also a Christian women entrepreneur coach. But are the roles that different? Not really. It’s all about change. My entrepreneurship journey has at times felt like a psychological and emotional enema: simultaneously painful and cleansing. In being self-employed, like with relationships, your personal issues […]

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Four Signs Your Business Has Become Your Idol

February 25, AD2015 1 Comment
Four Signs Your Business Has Become Your Idol

For the last 11 years I have grown to cherish my commitment to an annual silent weekend retreat. But, I wasn’t always crazy about going. My first exposure to the silence made my skin crawl. My first conference had a three-hour Friday night mini silent retreat component. But now I believe the retreats are saving […]

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Do You Fear Success?

January 28, AD2015 7 Comments
Do You Fear Success?

Woman entrepreneurs may not be aware of it but some have fear of success. It is something some Catholic entrepreneurs are often guilty of. You, too, might have success set point and are bumping up against it. How do you know you have it? Let me first share a very personal story. *** Our oldest son […]

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If It’s Spiritual You Should Give It Away

December 5, AD2014 11 Comments
If It’s Spiritual You Should Give It Away

The belief that you should not charge reasonable fees for your services, particularly if there is spiritual component to what you offer, hamstrings many Christ-centered mompreneurs. They feel it necessary to donate their services, their time, give gratis workshops and discounted products, or offer a sliding scale. If not, they feel guilty and fear they’re […]

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How To Handle People Who Are Negative About Your Business

November 5, AD2014 6 Comments
How To Handle People Who Are Negative About Your Business

Unless you’ve kept your mom biz aspirations a secret, you’ve experienced it: those comments and looks about your dream life and business. “But, will you really make money, or will it just be an expensive hobby?” “Here we go again. How many of these are you going to try before you finally give up?” “It […]

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Do You Know Where You Are Going in Your Business?

September 15, AD2014 3 Comments
Do You Know Where You Are Going in Your Business?

Recently, my family and I vacationed in the New Mexico mountains on the Pecos River. Runaway fires tore through the mountains very near that cabin the summer before, destroying many of our favorite hiking trails. The damage forced us to venture out. We discovered a popular trail leading to three mysterious caves, which the Pecos […]

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Funding Your Startup Business

August 13, AD2014 2 Comments
Funding Your Startup Business

It’s not uncommon for women to be swept away with the freedom and flexibility the mompreneur lifestyle offers. However, they overlook the financial realities of being a business owner. And a critical business skill is finessing the funding of a startup business or business expansion. Where should you start? KNOW HOW MUCH YOU NEED TO FUND […]

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Four Goal-Setting Mistakes and How to Correct Them

July 16, AD2014 3 Comments
Four Goal-Setting Mistakes and How to Correct Them

I’ve always been one to regularly make and write goals. I hoped my diligence naturally gave me an edge on the life and biz success track. Having goals has certainly helped, but goal setting is a learned art and science. The power of goals comes from activating and uniting your unconscious mind that influences 95% […]

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The ABCs of Becoming a Mompreneur (Part 1)

June 19, AD2014 1 Comment
The ABCs of Becoming a Mompreneur (Part 1)

  When God genetically implants you with entrepreneurial DNA, even motherhood can’t flush it out. But not having a clue where to start frustrates many moms burning with the mom biz itch. Prudently pressing forward while listening and following sound, Godly guidance prevents your journey to mom-biz ownership from being a bumpy one. Here is […]

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Are You Top Talent?

May 21, AD2014 3 Comments
Are You Top Talent?

I currently am interviewing seven candidates for a marriage and family therapy associate in my practice when I chanced upon Andrew Miller’s article on the 3 Attributes to Look For In Top Talent. According to Miller, the top talent has the right blend of 1) attitude, 2) mindset, and 3) competency. The framework simplified evaluating the […]

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Are You Celebrating Enough?

April 23, AD2014 2 Comments
Are You Celebrating Enough?

Learning how to celebrate small achievements in your business lets you persevere more and fuel you through the good and bad times.

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