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Entries for May 2014

Wednesday, May 07, 2014
LESSONS FROM A ZEN GARDEN by guest blogger Karen Maezen Miller, author of PARADISE IN PLAIN SIGHT
By Samy AbulEla

In the early summer of 1997, my husband and I found ourselves in the backyard of an empty house on a quiet street in Sierra Madre, a suburb of Los Angeles. The backyard was Southern California’s oldest private Japanese garden, an oasis of ponds and pines that had stood mostly intact since 1916. It seemed like paradise with our name written all over it. We knew in our bones that the place could only be ours, and with it, the little house alongside it. The next day we put money down and a month later, moved in.

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nature & the environment
Tuesday, May 06, 2014
BUILDING YOUR BUSINESS THE RIGHT-BRAIN WAY
By Samy AbulEla
We hope you'll enjoy this short interview with Jennifer Lee, author of Building Your Business the Right-Brain Way and The Right-Brain Business Plan, who offers real-world-tested techniques that can benefit all sorts of businesses and gives practical, focused advice that's still playful and passionate. We also invite you to subscribe to New World Library's YouTube Channel for immediate access to the latest author interviews, book trailers, and more.
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business
Thursday, May 01, 2014
TENDING YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL ECOSYSTEM, an excerpt from BUILDING YOUR BUSINESS THE RIGHT-BRAIN WAY by Jennifer Lee
By Samy AbulEla

When I first started my business in 2003, I didn’t truly acknowledge that I was indeed in business. I was just a creative person who liked to coach people and who liked to make art. I was simply following my passions and helping people. I didn’t think of myself as an entrepreneur, especially since I was doing all of that on the side while I continued to climb the corporate ladder. But when I finally took the leap from my day job in 2006, I knew I had to start taking my business more seriously. Now that I’ve been in business for more than a decade, I’ve seen my business mature into a system that needs to be consciously tended to and cared for in order to continue thriving.


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business

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