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The PiEd “PYP”er: Playing with Tim: Friend or Foe
The Huffington Post: Making Connections
Elizabeth Spann Craig: Twitterific Writing Links
Moneywise Guys Radio Show
ActionMint: Making Connections
FoxBusiness News Video: Why You Should Front-Load Your Week
The Huffington Post: 8 Tips for Keeping in Touch
The Huffington Post: Giving Time
American Express Open Forum: How The Best CEOs Handle Email
Give Me the Ball: Winning the Game of Entrepreneurship by Nathan R Mitchell: Featured Entrepreneur
Huffington Post: Chore Schedule Strategies
Mystery Writing Is Murder: Twitterific
Huffington Post: Relationships and Stress
Huffington Post: Pet Time: Dog Routines
Creativity Post: Leveraging Anxiety
Young Female Entrepreneurs: Takeaways for Young Female Entrepreneurs
Quarterlife Upgrade with Christine Hassler: From Overwhelm to Peaceful and Productive
Huffington Post: Journaling Insights
Teresa’s Healthfully You: Goodbye, Overwhelm! Hello, Delicious Space
Mystery Writing Is Murder: Twitterific
Huffington Post: How to Have More Fun
Harvard Business Review: IdeaCast: Take Control of Your Time
The Pink Collar: Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Creativity Post: How to Have More Fun
Creativity Post: Eliminate Deadline Stress
Huffington Post: Making Connections
The Suitcase Entrepreneur: My 3 Step System to Reduce Email Madness
Government Executive Podcast: The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment
People StyleWatch: February 2013 Issue, “20 Fun & Easy Resolutions”
All You Magazine: February 2013 Issue
Public Relations Princess: Time Management for PR Professionals
CreativityPost.com: Making Progress
Mystery Writing is Murder: More Time to Write in 2013
WealthWithMortgage.com: Better Manage your Time in 2013!
LifeKraze.com: Giving Time
ReadySetFinish.com: Interview with Bassam Tarazi
The Harvard Business Review: Stop Being a People-Pleaser
FitnessMagazine, September 2012: Health Pulse: Delete Stress
CreativityPost: Making Connections
Harvard Business Review: The Thought-Patterns of Success
LittlePinkBook.com: Running on Empty?
Success Magazine: Who Needs an Office?
Young Female Entrepreneurs: Live Stream Video with Elizabeth Saunders
Little Pink Book: The Over-Scheduled Woman
Mashable HOW TO: Make a Successful Marketing Video for the Web, including my tip on effective social media marketing channels.
FOX Small Business Center: Knowing When To Throw in the Towel
AllBusiness The Small Business Blog: Young Entrepreneur Council Q&A: Pitching the Press
MSN: Business on Main: How Do I Hire a Virtual Assistant
YoungEntrepreneur.com: The Best Way to Get Client Referrals
American Express OPEN Forum: 7 Ways to Prevent Employee Summer Burnout
BIG Dream Gathering: Elizabeth has a BIG DREAM
FOX Small Business Center: What to Consider Before Franchising
American Express OPEN Forum: 11 Ways to Prepare Your Loan Pitch

 

Elizabeth is my ridiculously accomplished, brilliant, smart-beyond-her-years friend.
des_moines_register_logoShe sat with me at Grounds and counseled me into realizing that I am not my job and that I needed to check my attitude when it comes to doing things for myself.
She said something I thought was really, really cool. (Keep in mind I’m not generally one for the God talk… it’s a Cradle Catholic thing… but this time, it really resonated.). She said, “God made us ‘human beings,’ not ‘human doings.’” The whole conversation was like a really great exhale. And I needed it.”

“Lately, I’ve been finding myself hitting that 5PM wall of EXHAUSTION. If I’m not close to Starbucks it really affects me and un-motivates me for at least an hour. Last week, I did a great job sticking to my goals, but I still kept hitting that wall. A friend and young entrepreneur, Elizabeth Saunders (yes, the one from my phonecalls), sent me her weekly email about “checking in with yourself”…”

nbc-peacock-logo1Personal interview with Elizabeth Grace Saunders aired on NBC affiliate KNBN NewsCenter1 in story about an event with the Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour. Elizabeth toured the country with some of the nation’s top young entrepreneurs in the fall of 2008. The team inspired over 1,000 high school and college students to pursue their dreams of entrepreneurship while they were still in school.

Featured Entrepreneur

Elizabeth Grace Saunders, founder of Real Life E, is a finalist in the Best Young Entrepreneur category of the Stevie Awards for Women in Business. The category recognizes individual women entrepreneurs under the age of 30…”