Dr. Reece’s Weekly Wrap Up : Oct 30, 2010

I hope that your week was as productive as mine.  Nothing feels better than being able to end on a high note, knowing that you’ve reached the goals you set for yourself.

Every weekend I try to find some time to reflect, refresh and make plans for the coming week.  This weekly wrap up was designed to share the blogs, websites and/or businesswomen that I found particularly helpful this week.  Relax, kick back, let your mind free to create your next big leap forward and enjoy my tops picks.

Time Management: Why you need to stop stealing

Businesswomen work hard to cram as much into a day as they humanly can, and then add some more for good measure.  Being a good steward of your time each day starts with the right attitude that leads to positive action.  Natalie Sisson offers her top 3 tips for getting the most out of your days and feeling victorious.

Stop Trying to Convince Everyone That You Suck

Why do women feel the need to apologize all the time in business?  Traci Feit Love offers up backbone building suggestions to bolster your courage to reach out.  This is especially important for new entrepreneurs, who need the support of their peers to gain traction.  Your actions begin with your attitude, and your attitude stems from your self-worth.  Do whatever it takes to begin to believe in the value that only you have to offer the world.

Blogging: Out With the Old? Not So Fast!

Great post by Terri Holley on the benefits and future of blogging, and some smart tips on keeping your passion alive when you feel like you are getting burned out.

Thank you for reading! I’ll see you next week!

If you are planning to play dress-up this weekend for Halloween, I’d love to hear what your costume will be this year. Leave me a comment letting me know. 🙂


  1. Posted October 31, 2010 at 8:38 pm | Permalink | Reply

    What a great line up of posts. Thanks for including me!

  2. Posted October 30, 2010 at 12:34 pm | Permalink | Reply

    In case anyone was wondering, I will be going as an entrepreneur this Halloween. I promise to try to be a bit more inspired next year, but duty calls. Have fun and be safe!

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