Jennifer is Assessments 24x7’s VP of Certification, Coach/Mentor, professional Values Analyst, and instructional designer for client customization and resource development. She specializes in helping clients, coaches and facilitators understand unique assessment results, and assists individuals and groups in personal and professional development. Through educating others in improving communication, understanding critical thinking, embracing learning styles, evaluating emotional intelligence, and aligning behavior and values, Jennifer seeks to infuse others with a passion for learning and growing, encourage self-awareness, and impart simple, practical and applicable knowledge to help grow relationships and increase personal and professional effectiveness. Her career path has included individual and organizational development, secondary and adult education, customer service, corporate finance, and investor relations. She holds a Washington State Secondary Education Teaching Certificate, a Bachelor of Arts in English with an emphasis in Composition & Rhetoric, a Master of Arts in Adult Education and Training, a Master of Science in Psychology,…
Posted On Friday, 05 March 2021 00:00 Written by
Are you ready to feel your special “Unstoppable Influence?" Author, speaker, and super entrepreneur Natasha Hazlett gets “real” and shares her journey from self-loathing to creating a community for women who needed to fall in love with themselves and become FEARLESS and Unstoppable!
Posted On Thursday, 04 March 2021 00:00 Written by
Wendy is the MS Warrior Queen and now a mentor for empowering other women diagnosed with MS. She loves working with them to improve their Mind, Body, Relationship and Environment by bringing out their Inner MS Warrior Queen. She lives in NW Wisconsin with her husband and two teenage sons but loves to travel. In her free time she loves to read and spend time outdoors as long as it's warm out since winter lasts so long in Wisconsin. As someone who has dealt with MS for over 30 years, Wendy now wants to give others hope by designing premium custom programs to help them with their lifestyle reset. She is an author for the National MS Society's Momentum magazine, as well as participated in roundtable discussions with Dr Terry Wahls in regard to her Wahls Protocol and has been featured on several podcasts. For an introductory call with Wendy,…
Posted On Wednesday, 24 February 2021 00:00 Written by
As the Shelby County Criminal Court Clerk, I understand that public service has never faced as stern a test as it does today. People are watching our government, and with this challenge comes opportunity. They want to be reminded of that distinctly American feeling that theirs is a government of the people, by the people and for the people, a government that works for them and it is my goal to serve the public by standing up for them and making the Criminal Court Clerk’s Office stand out by being effective and efficient in our service.” Heidi Kuhn started her career with Shelby County Government in January 2001 as the Executive Director of the Crime Victims Center, advocating for victims and fighting for their rights. She was then appointed as the Deputy Director of Community Services, where she was responsible for all victim and offender services, as well community support…
Posted On Thursday, 18 February 2021 00:00 Written by
Krisstina Wise is a real estate mogul, Millionaire Coach, and creator of several multi-million dollar businesses including Goodlife Luxury, The Paperless Agent and most recently, WealthyWellthy. She is also an international speaker and the award-winning author of the Amazon Best-Seller Falling for Money, a romance novel for your bank account. Named one of the 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders in the country, she has been featured in USA TODAY, as well as by Apple, Contactually and Evernote for her creative leadership with emerging technologies.  
Posted On Wednesday, 17 February 2021 00:00 Written by
Cristy “Code Red” Nickel is the author of “The Code Red Revolution” and has been in the health and fitness industry since 1994. While studying Exercise Science at the University of Memphis, Cristy competed in 3 NPC Figure competitions, placing in the top 5 at each show. In 2003, Cristy became a federally licensed professional boxer and fought in 15 professional fights all over the world over the next 7 years. She was named “Top 3 Most Dangerous Females on the Planet” by Ring Magazine, which landed her a coaching role on MTV’s hit series “MADE.” The success of that show propelled her to New York City to train top celebrities, business tycoons, models and professional athletes. In 2008, Cristy was awarded “New York’s Best Trainer” by Allure Magazine and featured in the August issue. After retiring from boxing, Cristy settled in Boise, Idaho with her husband, Miles and dog,…
Posted On Friday, 12 February 2021 00:00 Written by
Human beings are meant to be creative. Year after year, entrepreneurs and employees alike are constantly driven to transform the world around them into something new, useful, and impactful in both their careers and personal lives. One problem we witness too often in society is the treatment of creativity and business innovation as mutually exclusive occurrences. Trust me when I say they are directly connected far more than the average person realizes. Most notably, older organizations are the ones that place creativity in one column and positive disruptions via innovation in another. The fact that many Americans work for organizations that have been around for many decades makes this divide between creativity and innovation all the more concerning. For example, Citibank started as the City Bank of New York in 1812, making them over 200 years old! The Test of Time Older organizations, especially those as old as Citibank, have…
Posted On Wednesday, 10 February 2021 00:00 Written by
The Vice President had an extra black fly in his extra white hair during the debate.  The fly became famous while no one could hear what the VP had to say, so distracting was the insect; The dog hesitated coming in the house, knowing she had an issue beneath her tail.  Encouraged enough by her unsuspecting yet doting parents to come in, she ran up the steps, leaped on the couch, across the carpet, raced to the bedroom, and sat on the pillow…only to leave behind a streak of poop throughout the home; The Zoom call was going well, every “Brady Bunch style” video tile filled with engaged co-workers having a great meeting, when suddenly an attendee is clearly seen walking from one room to another, unfortunately straight into the restroom.  Setting the camera in front of herself on the ground, assuming her video is off, she proceeds to go…
Posted On Tuesday, 09 February 2021 00:00 Written by
I’ve been looking for a really powerful theme for the month of December, and the word “RELEVANCE” came to mind.  It’s been a heck of a year, hasn’t it? As we roll into the final month of 2020, I note that the one singular need that continues to show up is the need for authentic “connection”.   In my conversations with friends, many people are yearning to go beyond superficial “chit-chat” and seek a deeper level of connection.  There are wistful, quick comments that emerges from these conversations that note a quiet depression, even from those we perceive as the  “rocks” of our circle of influence.   The uncertainty most people are feeling is real. Month-to-month, the world as we know it has changed, and along with it, how we interact with others. From shelter-in-place, work from home, online classrooms for our kids, to cautiously re-opening our economy, every month has brought…
Posted On Friday, 05 February 2021 00:00 Written by
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