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From the very beginning you are being told to compare yourself with others. This is the greatest disease; it is like a cancer that goes on destroying your very soul because each individual is unique, and comparison is not possible. I am just myself and you are just yourself. There is nobody else in the world you can be compared with. ~ Osho
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Carol Marturano-Becker has been a part of our membership for a year. Happy Birthday! Wishing you a wonderful day and may the New Year brings you great Health, Happiness and Prosperity! Continued success in your business.
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Crystal Herbelin is the owner and manager of Zrii- The Original Amalaki. Crystal has been with us for over two years and has been in business for just over three. Glad to have you in our wonderful community of Women in Business. Continued Success! To read more about Crystal visit her page.
Tina Jonasen is the owner and manager of ThinkInNewAreas a leadership, networking and social media consulting firm. To learn more about Tina, you can visit her page.
Lisa Marie Williams is the owner and manager of Lira Consulting Group an Education, Training and Internet Marketing Company. Lisa Marie is the Chief Operations Officer.To know more about what Lisa Marie does,visit her page.
Dr. Deana Murphy has been with us for a while but recently uploaded her photograph. Deana is the owner and manager of LivingDesign 360 a company that focuses on "holistic interior living". To connect with Diane please visit her page.
Hi Laura welcome to CPC Women in Business! Laura is the CEO of You’re the Best which focuses on her passion for writing. She offers professional business, creative writing and editing services; as well as social media assistance.
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Posted July 1st, 2012
Women in Business Profile — Karlene Sinclair-Robinson
Mrs. Karlene Sinclair-Robinson has been chosen to be our Women in Business Profile for the month of July. We share her story with you so that you too can strive to successfully achieve your entrepreneurial dream. We hope that our business profiles would continue to serve as a vehicle through which you are inspired and motivated to start your own business, and to those with a business, we hope that you continue to strive and grow, taking your entrepreneurial venture into a profitable and sustainable business. Karlene Sinclair-Robinson is an alternative financing expert and business consultant who is dedicated to entrepreneurship. Karlene is the owner and manager of KSR Solutions, LLC and is also the author of The Small Business Owner’s Guide to Alternative Funding. She is located in Virginia, in the United States of America.
Ms. Sinclair-Robinson has been in business for over 9 years, and her business goal is to meet the business and financing needs of small business owners by providing solutions that will meet their present and future goals. In addition to being a businesswoman and author, Mrs. Karlene Sinclair-Robinson also notes
I am a mom to two wonderful kids, a son and daughter. I am a big supporter of families with special needs children as my son has autism along with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). I love what I do, whether I'm assisting my clients or I am playing with my children.
Entrepreneurship seems to have found Ms. Sinclair-Robinson. It wasn’t after many years working in several fields including, education, Desktop publishing, the pharmaceutical industry, health care, human resources and business funding that she “ventured” into entrepreneurship. Karlene notes that:
I ventured into the entrepreneurial world while I was pregnant with my son who is 9-year old. I believe being pregnant shifted my focus from being an employee to being an entrepreneur. After he was born, it became obvious that I had to move in that direction.
Motherhood and the need to be present in her baby’s life and the economic factor –– the need to support herself, were the two deciding factors in the choice that Karlene made to choose entrepreneurship rather than continuing to work for others in the government or private sector. Like so many women in business, having a child or children often facilitates the choice to become an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship not only provides women with more time to spend with their children, but it also gives them the flexibility, regarding when and how they work thus enabling them with the opportunity to find an economic avenue to facilitate the family’s growth and at the same time help them to play a very pivotal role in the rearing of their children. Mrs. Sinclair-Robinson also shared with me that:
Prior to starting my funding consulting business, I worked full-time in the healthcare sector while trying to operate two other businesses at different times. Not being able to devote enough time to the businesses while working full-time and planning to start a family, were detrimental to the success of the first two start-ups. I felt that being able to work from home and being there for my son, were two of the best things to do instead of working full-time for someone else.
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We are an online community of women who are involved in entrepreneurship. Join us in our Exclusive Executive Women in Business ™ online community. We have come together to network, educate, empower and develop ourselves to create and manage our businesses more successfully with the support of everyone. It is a global community consisting of women regardless of race, class, religion, age, culture, and geography. We are also bounded by our entrepreneurial spirit, passion, creativity and innovation and a need for independence and to contribute to the economy that we belong.
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Writers needed for our upcoming journal: Simply Inspirational for Women in Business Journal ™Volume 2.
Inexperienced writers as well as experienced writers are needed. We are looking for women who have had entrepreneurial experience and are willing to share it with other women to inspire and motivate - - a kind word, a great piece of advice makes all the difference between continuing and giving-up. You just might have a great lesson or a great piece of advice that you can share that will make all the difference in the life of a woman who has chosen entrepreneurship as her way of living.
We are also looking for photographers, painters and poets who are also interested in contributing to the design of the journal.
For more details contact Dr. Cheryl Cottle at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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You can find us on Facebook! We are Women in Business — the group and we also have a fanpage by the same name. Women in Business is dedicated to women entrepreneurs or women with women-owned businesses. We cater to the needs of women who actively run and manage their own company. Women in Business is a group for serious businesswomen — Women who have birthed a business concept and have taken it to a viable and sustainable business venture. We have a membership of over 2000 members and growing.
Women in Business is a woman-focused group designed for women in business. Women interested in going into business and those simply interested in the topic of entrepreneurship are also welcome. While Women in Business is a space to broaden your business profile, it is also dedicated to addressing issues surrounding women in business, regardless of geography and culture. Women in all areas of business are invited to join and participate.
This group also provides an opportunity for businesswomen to share their experiences, learn about how others deal with challenges, and to find solutions to their personal situations. It is a space where the members can network in a constructive way.
Women in Business is also a Collaborative Learning Environment where members learn from each other, generate ideas and create new knowledge to grow their business. As a networking space, members can showcase their business information including: websites, blogs and radio platforms, thus creating marketing network system.
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