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The creation of balance and harmony in ones life through our chosen career or field of work. Occupational wellness is firmly connected to societal health and well-being. Using your skills, talents, and gifts to not only enrich ones own life, but extending these gifts to enrich and encourage society.

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Dolores Hirschmann

Clarity Strategist & Coach: I help clients clarify their “idea worth sharing”, design their communication strategies, and implement business growth systems.
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Tabitha Scott

Tabitha A. Scott is an award-winning international advisor, speaker, and best-selling author. A highly credentialed thought leader in electrical and human energy, her area of expertise is leveraging the principles of energy to lead purposeful transformations.
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Ande Lyons

My ability to quickly identify winning strategies, effective resources and creative solutions that work for the business, while inspiring founders and their teams with my special brand of enthusiasm and positivity, creates momentum and success for the growing enterprise.
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Kimberly Sheldahl

As a Certified Executive Consultant with Kolbe Corp, I help businesses hire the right person, build synergistic teams and maintain engagement to maximize company growth and sustainability goals.  Kolbe science is based off Conation.  Conation is the science behind the instinctive ways that we  problem solve.  I help individuals and teams understand their Modus Operandi and Activate their "A Game."  As a Certified Integrative Health Coach, I focus on Baby Boomers who are seeking more than an investment in their 401 K.  They realize there is more to their Boom than the generation they were born in.  Perhaps they want to consider pre-retirement options.  This might be work or volunteering.  Choice often include a different career path.  I relate to this Boomer Babe because I was and am her.  We want to maximize this stage of our lives, teeing it up to live the best 30 years ahead! 

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