Hey there Smart Women! Today is Earth Day! Our elementary school is spending most of the day exposing the children to new ideas on how to care for the environment and make it more sustainable. As a matter of fact, this was the topic of discussion on my first call yesterday in my *brand new* teleclass series, The Smart Woman’s Business Breakthrough Virtual Success Circle. I shared that women have two kinds of environments – external and internal. It’s essential to keep these strong and healthy in order to reap true success in your life and business. It's not too late to join. The .mp3 of our first call goes out today to everyone in the Circle.
Here is an environmental tip:
Turn off the tap when you brush your teeth. You’ll conserve up to 5 gallons of water per day! I was shocked wh en I read this! http://www.readthegreenbook.com
Last Friday, I had a great time at the Manhattan Beach Women in Business Conference held at Raleigh Studios. The speakers were inspiring and the boutique was fabulous—I went way over budget! Here I am with my good friends Bibi Goldstein and Debra Lauzon.
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Joy Chudacoff, ICF PCC
Professional Certified Coach
Smart Women Smart Solutions®
Comments & Feedback:
Great post as usual. I was surprised by the amount of tap water you can save by turning off the faucet, too.
It’s amazing how little tweaks can make a big difference and I’m excited to talk more about that next week during our call.
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