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Sensitive People Need to Speak Up in Social Media Ruled by Rude Dimwits

WHY SENSITIVE PEOPLE NEED TO SPEAK UP IN SOCIAL MEDIA RULED BY RUDE DIMWITSYesterday a kind sensitive soul in my Wonderfully Weird female entrepreneurs Facebook group wrote:“How do you respond to discussions about refugees, climate change, racism, hateful behaviour towards others? I see so much hate, rage, ignorance and intolerance, I worry about being part […]

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Why failures are part of being alive (especially when you are an entrepreneur)

Why failures are part of being alive. Especially when you are an entrepreneur!I Made A Big Mistake! (these days That Failure Is Part Of My Business… want to know why?) Last week I shared my horror story where I told you about how I became partner in ‘the wrong’ company.Of all the stupid things…. Remember?I felt lost, […]

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The power of creative prayer

  The power of Creative Praying Maybe praying is something you do every day. An important daily ritual. Maybe it’s not. But I find it very helpful to have important reminders of WHY I’m working like a maniac without knowing for sure if anyone will ever buy my stuff. You see, to me, it sometimes […]

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How To overcome Perfectionism Webinar

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] [dt_gap height=”20″ /] [mashshare] [dt_gap height=”20″ /] This is for you! You are invited to the Free Webinar[dt_gap height=”10″ /] How to Overcome Perfectionism [dt_gap height=”20″ /]  [dt_button size=”medium” animation=”none” icon=”” icon_align=”left” color=”orange” link=”http://www.estherdecharon.com/free-webinar” target_blank=”true”]Go to Sign Up for the webinar page[/dt_button] [dt_gap height=”20″ /] Two weeks ago I wrote an article for the Huffington […]

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Why you should take perfectionism (not that) serious

The Alarming Research on Perfectionism Don’t mess with perfectionism Melissa Dahl Read the story in my blog or in NY MAGPerfectionism is a trait many of us cop to coyly, maybe even a little proudly. “I’m a perfectionist” being the classic response you might say in a job interview when asked to name your biggest flaw — because […]

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