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Brag Here and Leave a Free Backlink

You can celebrate this week’s accomplishment here on my blog and leave a free backlink to your site!

What were you challenged by this week but overcame?
What did you try, failed but tried again?
Did you need help this week and found that it came in the nic of time?
Any coincidences?
Did you see God at work?
Praise God, cheer yourself on and give us something to cheer about with you.  Feel free to leave a free backlink!

The reason: I don’t feel like coming up with new content to write, so I’ll let you do it for me!

No seriously, if you’ve listened to my BlogTalk Show, you know I’ve built it around mom entrepreneurs who’ve gone through a challenge but overcame it.  I love interviewing these women and hearing the Warrior’s Story, the Overcomer, the underdog who came back stronger than ever!  These stories are soul-stirring, faith building and awe inspiring!

So I want you to tell your story here. It doesn’t have to be anything huge.

Can’t think of one right now, bookmark this page and come back to it. There’s no expiration.

I only ask one thing in exchange: That you pass this on, Tweet, FB, Stumble, or whatever social media you like; USE IT.  This gives you and me, extra exposure and it tells others where to come for their free backlink!

I only have one rule: No ads, No spam. No selling. I will simply delete it and it will never see the light of day. Only real praise, celebration and bragging from real entrepreneurs will be approved.

So tell us about your week and then tweet it out to everyone else!

Share the love!

To Our Mutual Success, Lady T

  • Proud Ashworth Graduate
    January 23, 2012 at 1:44 pm

    I worked hard over the past 6 months to graduate from Ashworth College with a diploma in Nutrition, Diet and Health Science. It wasn’t always easy, and there were times I thought about quitting. But my family stood by me and encouraged me to persevere. Now, thanks to them, I have my diploma and plan to start my own business as a dietician working mainly with the elderly to provide healthy meal plans. I am so thankful for this exciting opportunity! Congrats to all the other women who have commented on this blog — we are all accomplishing amazing things!

  • Susan Longley
    January 8, 2012 at 10:07 am

    My daughter got her learner’s permit after school on Friday (her 15th birthday). When we got there she handed me the form and expected me to fill it out like we were at the doctor’s office. I handed it back to her and said, “a driver’s permit is a privilege, not a right. If you are adult enough to drive, you are adult to do all the paperwork associated with it. Because she had studied for the exam, she passed, and we’ve been driving a lot around the neighborhood, and I see a subtle change in her. She’s not so down on me and is genuinely interested in doing well. Hooray!
    My next project for her is to get her lifeguard’s certificate and get started building a swim coaching business this summer. I’ve set up a Facebook page for her and I’m going to be teaching her how to use it this summer to keep in touch with the kids and parents she coaches.
    My passion is helping kids learn about business and gain the confidence they need to start a business when they are ready. I love working with my own kids for practice!

    • Lady T
      January 10, 2012 at 12:51 am

      Great job Susan!!

  • Mystiqua Kimble
    January 5, 2012 at 10:31 pm

    Hey I redesigned my site myself! *pat on the back* while being a mother to five children…two preschoolers that I homeschool and pregnant with baby number six while being married to an evangelist/minister. LOL *whew* I am even in pre-launch/relaunch of my business to turn me into that momprenuer FULL TIME!!! Yippeee!

    • Lady T
      January 6, 2012 at 4:51 pm

      you go sister girl! we have a LOT in common!

  • Susan Longley
    January 3, 2012 at 2:54 pm

    I got everything done I could do now to get my taxes ready to file. Just need to wait for my husband’s W-2 and our mortgage interest statement. I should be able to turn everything over the the accountant the end of January–this is a first for me!

  • Maria
    December 30, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    It is my purpose to help others, in particular woman-owned businesses! It is very fulfilling to lay out great plans, have a team that supports them and then see the vision come to fuition. This has happened for me in a relatively short period of time. It has been such an awesome thing to see great team work in action, knowing that each teammate plays a key role in the success of the next. I am so excited about the growth and prosperity of my business because each woman in it is a POWERHOUSE who loves to help others! And when you get a bunch of powerhouses together who know how to get things done, there are fireworks!! Thanks for allowing me some brag time and may your resolutions for 2012 be revolutionary!!

  • Raquel
    December 29, 2011 at 8:54 pm

    I have been eating heathier. I managed my time and resources more effectively. I also relaxed and took time for me. It was a lovely week.

  • Sabrina
    December 16, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    I think this is a great post you have Teisha! I own a designer diaper bag web boutique, homeschool 3 children, have a special needs child with Autism and ADD and have no shortage of responsibilities as a wife and mother! My family and friends have been very supportive of all of my endeavors in regards to homeschooling and starting a new business! I also have a great support team who are a daily inspiration to me and keep me focused on my business goals. All of the women and men that I work with to keep my business running and moving forward are an essential element to helping be successful in my venture and I am so thankful for them!

  • Lady T
    December 15, 2011 at 6:58 pm

    Me first!! Me First!! I exercised 3 days this week and ate healthy meals…except for that bag of chips. But I did share it with the kids!


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