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For more than a decade, Gloria Ward has devoted her life to helping women and women business owners around the world discover the own uniqueness and start and build their business. Considered to be the next nations leader in Self love, Self transformation and high business performance, Gloria has impacted the lives of thousands of women around the globe with her platform I’m Loving Me Project and Girls L.E.A.P. Gloria has coached and mentored many women from every walk of life- From single moms, newly divorced, and women business owners. She has been featured on the Tamron Hall show, Voyage ATL, Thrive Global, and Women Global Magazine.

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What’s the one thing in life you’re so happy you did?

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If you missed the podcast I did Monday, I was talking about how important it is to know your worth. You can check it...

Eyes Front, Ears Open

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Repairing The Broken Heart Life After Trauma By Mira Cassidy Pay attention! According to RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), the largest organization in the nation that...

Inspired by: Lindsey Smith

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Best known as the Food Mood Girl, Lindsey Smith is one of the most aspiring entrepreneurs and authors in the Pittsburgh area. Among her many books, Eat Your Feelings, Food Guilt No More, and Hear Me Roar are a few of her most popular. Determined to show women how to love themselves from the inside out, Lindsey's become the go-to girl for all things health and wellness.Doubling as a health guru and speaker, she's been keeping busy with her latest project The Wild Rose Collective which is hosting numerous events to benefit inner growth in women.

Three Tips to Help Your Heart and Family Transition During A Divorce

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One of the most challenging moments in life happens when our forever commitments become clear that forever is ending. Sis, we get it, and it...

Learning How To Love Yourself

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Learning How To Love Yourself 3/ 3 When I was growing my confidence I realized I needed three things to help me, the first was...