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Let’s Talk About Sex

Let’s Talk About Sex is a guest blog post by Linda Hayles, Dating and Relationship Coach. Linda will be speaking February 22nd @ 6:30 p.m. at Ragu and Pesto, 6445 Westheimer. All women are welcome. 

If you’re the kind of woman who says, “I’m very liberal and hate that society has all these rules.  I’ll sleep with whomever […]

By |February 20th, 2017|Advice, Personal Growth|0 Comments

Me, Myself and Why?

Tracie Jae

IKSH is bringing new and interesting events this year and we have increased our events. We will have at least three workshops every month in our suburban locations to bring more variety and opportunities to provide you, our member, with education.

In January, Tracie Jae is going to take you through a workshop designed to […]

By |January 4th, 2017|Advice, Event|0 Comments

New Year’s Resolutions? Or plans to lasting change?

2017 New Year’s Resolutions or plans to lasting change?
I normally do not do New Year’s Resolutions. I usually end up breaking them or I do not make it far into the year without forgetting what I promised to do or not do.
This year is different! Not because I am making promises that I know I […]

By |January 1st, 2017|Advice, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Own your Personal Power!

This is a guest blog from Angelica Gonzalez CEO and Founder of Latina Entrepreneurs Empowerment Circle (http://www.leec.biz/).

Own your Personal Power.

Did you know that when you don’t own your Personal Power, you are losing out on money and happiness?

First, let’s define Personal Power. Personal Power is taking full 100% responsibility for everything you create in your […]

By |October 7th, 2016|Advice, Personal Growth, Small Business Inspiration|0 Comments

Build a network that pays off

7 tips to building a network that pays off.

Do you know anyone who…? I hear this sentence on average, once per day. Do you know anyone who is hiring? Do you know of a venue? An apartment to rent? A place to buy? A therapist? A doctor? A life coach? A plumber?

Recently a woman asked […]

By |October 3rd, 2016|Advice, Personal Growth, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Embrace the suck

Beth Kidd is a former school teacher turned…Sailor? While doing the discovery work of ‘who am i? Beth ventured out to the open sea on a sailboat with family members, trekking to her native homeland, Jamaica. She wrote a piece about the struggles and allowing her journey to be what it was, not trying to […]

By |June 17th, 2016|Advice, Personal Growth|0 Comments

Big Heart, Huge Mission!

In honor of the fine work I Know Somebody Houston is doing to pair mentors and mentees we have created a special collaboration. Join Host, Teresa Maron, for the Women’s Wisdom Circle, sponsored by IKSH.

Our goal for the show today is to share the story of a non-profit with a big heart on a huge […]

Take the time now, be prepared later

OK, Houston when we have a problem, are you prepared? It is hurricane season. Do not wait until there is a disturbance in the Gulf to begin preparing. Start now by stocking up on the essentials a little at the time. (Experience has taught us, that waiting until the last minute means there will be NOTHING left […]

By |June 15th, 2016|Advice|0 Comments

Single? Dating? Communicate your intentions clearly, from the start!

Why are so many successful, professional and entrepreneurial women single? If you’re reading this and you consciously and on-purpose choose to take yourself out of the dating pool then please, stop reading here.

But if you’re tired of dating, spending months if not several years with a man who doesn’t want the same thing that you […]

By |June 9th, 2016|Advice, Personal Growth, Social Media Best Practices|0 Comments

Excellence as the new perfection; 3 questions to get you there

By Kathi Cooper Laughman

Excellence has long been my objective. I was captivated by Tom Peters and Nancy Austin’s work in A Passion for Excellence. Having standards and expectations of quality are important and productive values.  There is no question in my mind that good can be the enemy of great. I have seen far too many people settle at […]