Tripping Over Our Pride?

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / November 4, 2018 / 0 Comments

Another post from the AWI archive of articles submitted for Nancy Becher’s online magazine! Some topics never go out of style or lose their positive impact. The subject of pride is one of them.  Pride or Something Much More Nefarious? You know what they say – “pride goes before a fall“! In my lengthy experience…

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'Lord of the Little Things'

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / May 18, 2018 / 0 Comments

‘Lord of the Little Things’ ~ It doesn’t matter how long we’ve been a believer and enjoyed a tight relationship with the Lord Jesus. We can still miss the subtleties He brings us each day; thus missing one of the delights of the relationship. And missing the subtleties can be somewhat detrimental for us Christian…

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"White Guilt" ~ True or False?

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / March 9, 2018 / 0 Comments

I Digress! Today, I digress from a usual and customary post designed to enrich, encourage, inspire or otherwise positively impact women. Particularly Christian women in business. But after an incident early this week and an awesome article on Facebook today; I decided to digress and share my personal feelings about the state of our current…

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Touch Points~Thoughts for Christian Business Women!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / February 9, 2018 / 0 Comments

Critical Moments! I call them “touch points”. Those times in life where we suddenly come to a fork in the road. Or a barrier that requires a change of direction we didn’t anticipate. Those moments when the bottom drops out of what we thought was well-oiled; greased and on the right track. The “touch point” of…

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Time To Be Real! Thoughts for Christian Business Women!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / January 26, 2018 / 0 Comments

Thoughts for Christian Business Women! The past several weeks, I’ve dealt with an injury and subsequent health issue brought on by the injury. As pain spread throughout my body, fog spread across my mind. My brain descended into dark recesses of anger, depression and abject ugliness clouded my usually confident self! I snarled at almost everything…

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Make A List & Check It Twice!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / December 29, 2017 / 0 Comments

Make A List. . . No this is not a Christmas post. And yes I know Christmas is over for another year. But there is something to be said about the other half of the Christmas season celebrations – the New Year! Everyone talks about reflecting on the passing year and looking forward to the new with a…

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Sacred Moments. When It's Not Time for Business!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / November 10, 2017 / 0 Comments

Sacred Moments. There are moments when we must step back from our desire to promote our products and services. First and foremost, life is after all, about the business of life. If you think life is not business; then try going a while without a budget, or fumbling through a stack of bills and overdue…

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It All Comes Down To. . .

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / October 6, 2017 / 0 Comments

It All Comes Down To. . . What we feel about life in general and events specifically. What happens around us does impact how we feel and how we respond to what occurs on a daily basis. Late last Sunday evening, a horrific event occurred half way across the country to folks most of us…

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The Value of Bread Crumbs!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / September 15, 2017 / 0 Comments

Bread Crumbs! That’s how I felt when a glimmer of creative hope dropped into sight this morning. Scrambling for a blog post subject, I was creatively dry as a bone and lamenting same to a friend. “If only I had a few bread crumbs with which to start,” I complained. The “Curse” for Women in Business.…

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I Didn't Have A Clue, Then Suddenly. . .

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / September 1, 2017 / 0 Comments

“I Didn’t Have A Clue!” I had one of those moments when the pressure of time was upon me and I didn’t have a clue what to write. I needed the wisdom and advice of friends who could kick-start my mind as well as give a swift kick in the arse. The more I struggled, the more…

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