GTWoman Articles

Workflow How-To

By Amanda Engler “Workflow” is a buzzword worth repeating, so I will. WORKFLOW.  Finding ways to increase your workflow without also upping your time is essential in growing, scaling and automating your business. As a mom and solopreneur, I needed to protect my time so I could serve my family[…]

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Forrest’s Miracle Story

By Nicole White It was mid-December. Forrest had just turned 4 a few weeks earlier, and my husband, Bo, was deployed to the Middle East. I’d taken our son and daughter to Montana, my home state, to be with my family for the holidays.  We made a good dent in[…]

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The Diagnosis that Changed Everything

By McKenzie Gallagher Two days after Christmas in 2017, I got a call. To this day, I still get chills when I remember the moment my life changed forever—when my radiologist told me I had breast cancer. It’s permanently imprinted in my memory.  My diagnosis truly changed everything, and as[…]

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The Wildfire of Loneliness

By Eva Nienhouse It was the end of April in 2016, and in a week I’d graduate from Michigan State University. I’d completed my journalism undergraduate degree in three years, motivated to chase down my Southern California dream—of palm trees and entertainment, big sunglasses and red carpets. I was going[…]

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How to be an Amazing Networker

By Carrie Sharpe Avoid these 4 Behaviors I recently asked the Facebook community members at my communication and speaking business “He Says, She Says,” what networking behaviors drive them crazy. Networking is a hot topic, and this proved it! It seems we’ve all experienced some pretty lousy networking tactics over[…]

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