BUSINESS: 5 Things You Shouldn’t Do On Your Work Computer

business Feb 26, 2020

5 Things You Shouldn’t Do On Your Work Computer

Nowadays, most modern jobs provide work computers. It is essential to get things done. But sometimes people start to loosen up and use a work computer for work-unrelated matters. And that is not a good idea. Here are 5 things you should avoid doing on a work computer.

 

#1: Don’t Log In Into Open Wi-Fi

If your work computer is a laptop, you probably bring it home or to meetings outside of work. But wherever you are, avoid using a WiFi network without the password. Open WiFi means that anyone is able to get all the details you are filling in on your computer. It’s especially risky to be checking sensitive business data. 

Arnas Stuopelis, Chairman of the Board of hosting provider Hostinger, warns: “One of the most common threats on an open network is an attack called Man-in-the-Middle. When a computer connects to the Internet, data is sent from the computer to the website. Open Wi-Fi can allow an...

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Your Guide to Bigger, Better, Bolder Business Results

podcasts Feb 26, 2020

Join me this week as we interview Erin Joy, CEO Black Dress Circle. She will provide direction on how she takes action to be a visionary leader. This week we will dive into what it takes to leap and achieve Bigger, Better, Bolder business results.

 

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#Thrive Thursday: Meet Dr. LaTarsha Holden, advocate, motivational speaker, workshop facilitator and children’s book author.

thrive thursday Feb 24, 2020

What is your story? Or in other words, what made you your awesome self you are today? 

My story is one of overcoming the odds and inspiring others to change the narrative for their lives. Within ten years I’ve gone from being homeless with six children in the streets of Atlanta to a political candidate in the “2017,” election, from a GED to a Doctorate degree in Leadership Studies and became a 12x published author. As a motivational speaker, I’m known as a phoenix who has risen from the ashes. I’m in the process of launching my inspirational products online store. I was recently recognized as the honoree for Georgia Mother of the Year “2020,’ by American Mother’s Inc.

What message do you promote?

I promote service, love, and compassion for others. “Our legacy will speak louder after we’re gone.”


In what capacity do you LEAD UP in your community?

I Lead Up in my community as a community advocate, motivational...

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Let's talk film and creating hope behind the scenes with Warner Bros. Studios and Local Hope

podcasts Feb 19, 2020

Join me this week as we interview two service oriented females, Pam Lord, Warner Bros. Studios and Leslie Baer Dinkel, Local Hope, Guatemala.

 

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#Thrive Thursday: Meet Danielle Williams, sharing her lung cancer journey through positivity

thrive thursday Feb 18, 2020

What is your story? Or in other words, what made you your awesome self you are today?

Well, my story is one of overcoming and turning a sour life situation into a sweet beautiful expression of love, joy, and inspiration.  I’m a go-getter and I have lived my life with the belief that I can do anything. It wasn’t always that way when I was younger I didn’t know who I was and I lacked a sense of self-confidence.  

As I matured and took hold of my life, I started to live with the mental mindset of being my own cheerleader.  I worked really hard at training myself and my brain to look at things through a positive lens. I don’t allow drama or negativity to be a part of my life.  This has helped me tremendously in handling difficult situations and it also brought me a sense of peace in my life. I live by the model Mind of Matter. I don’t mind cause it does not matter.  This way of thinking and keeping a positive outlook on life...

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#Thrive Thursday: Meet Leslie Baer Dinkel, Executive Director, Local Hope Guatemala

thrive thursday Feb 13, 2020

What is your story? Or in other words, what made you your awesome self you are today?

In my early thirties, I was a relatively happy person, but I felt as if something was missing in my life. A friend suggested I volunteer, collecting and distributing food for families that had fallen on hard times. Although I wasn’t sure that would fill my empty spot, I tried it—I felt like I had nothing to lose—and loved it! I felt incredibly gratified being able to help a family in a small way, and often, recipients would tell me that the groceries they received made a big difference in their lives. Over time, this led me to volunteer on Skid Row in Los Angeles, in places I never thought I’d visit. But there was an incredible need. I met so many hungry people, including families. With all the blessings in my life, I realized I had plenty to share, and that I should.

Through people I met volunteering, I ended up doing similar work on Skid Row with the Brothers and Sisters...

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Empowering through Amplified messaging and healthy relationships

podcasts Feb 12, 2020

Join me this week as we interview two female entrepreneurs, Ashlyn Leyba and Kathleen Mould.

  

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#Thrive Thursday: Meet Dr. Marlena, Mentor and Advisor Promoting Purpose and Passion

thrive thursday Feb 06, 2020

What is your story? Or in other words, what made you your awesome self you are today?

I was suffering in silence, feeling alone in a room full of people, feeling less than enough while living behind a mask of “ok” and “alright” to fix myself. I lost everything when my heart stopped on that operating table. Fortunately, for me, I was given a second chance to live out my purpose and I’m now on a mission to ensure others do the same. 

What message do you promote?

As women, we are enough! I help them rediscover, redefine and reinvent their identity. Why do I say rediscover their identity? Its because sometimes as they go through life, they tend to lose who they are. You know, especially as women is that sometimes we give, we give to our children, we give to our husband, we give to the job we give to our parents and we're always giving, giving, giving, giving, giving until the point where we feel like that's all that we no longer exist.  

In...

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Be You, use your voice and get your sexy back; You are worthy

Uncategorized Feb 05, 2020

Join me this week as we interview two of the upcoming Best You Expo speakers in Los Angeles on March 20-21st, female Entrepreneurs, Cat LaCohie and Suzanne Pool

 

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LIFESTYLE: From Sour to Sweet with Diva Danielle

lifestyle Jan 30, 2020

download (2)Taking the bitter and making it sweet.  Life is unpredictable and that is what makes it fun, exciting, grueling and very rewarding.

When my life handed me a lemon in the form of a life treating disease of stage 4 lung cancer as a non-smoker.  I didn’t know exactly how I was going to make lemonade out of this situation.

What I did know was that I was going to be in for the fight of my life going forward. Once I came to grips with my lemon aka my cancer things began to morph.

download (3) In the beginning stages of my journey, my lemon was a beast, unfamiliar, hard to handle and wrap my head around.  Once I started to embrace my lemon, look at all the edges and feel it out. I started to see my lemon in a different way.

My lemon had become a force in my life that I had to learn how to overcome and ultimately conquer.  I had to take my lemon and make it my own. What does this even mean?  Well for me I started to treat my lemon like it wasn’t sour....

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