Friday, January 29, 2010
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Health Fair Address:
- Blood pressure screenings
- Kids' dental screenings
- Heart-healthy food samples & tips
- Fitness demonstrations
- Cancer & diabetes prevention info
- & much more!
Monday, January 25, 2010
Friday, January 22, 2010
“Don’t let a snoozer-loser bio make you sound fuddy-duddy instead of fabulous, especially when a winning approach is just a few sassy sound bites away."- Nancy Juetten
Our friend, Nancy Juetten, is a PR expert who has created an entire process for writing great bios. Not just any boring bio, but a fun, memorable and magnetic bio! She has sold scores of these guides, and has many happy customers (with awesome, new bios, I might add!).
The NEW Bye-Bye Boring Bio Action Guide is a 52-page tool that serves as your essential guide for sharing your story in a fabulous way with speed, ease, and impact and in all the formats you need to invite the right opportunities your way.
Because we collaborate closely with Nancy, she has agreed to offer KBWomen buyers an additional free gift with the purchase of the "Bye-Bye Boring Bio Action Guide."
This is how to get your free gift when you order:
When you buy "Bye-Bye Boring Bio Action Guide" and write "Krista Dunk or KBWomen" in the comments section of your online order form, you'll receive as a special gift 147 e-tips to boost your business and your profits from free publicity.
For a $49 investment, your bio will be priceless! Click HERE to learn more. Nancy sometimes even posts customers' new bios on her very popular blog!
Posted by Krista Dunk
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Friday, January 15, 2010
Monday, January 11, 2010
We are re-posting this information, with new details. Enjoy!
Would you like to be a Chapter Leader and start a KBWomen Chapter in your city?
We are looking for spiritually mature women with business ownership experience to lead chapters. Chapters have a monthly meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of each month for 90 minutes. In these meetings, Christian business women come together for:
- Building Relationships
- Getting Leads
- Business Skill Discussions
- Idea Sharing
- To get more information about what KBWomen offers
If this sounds interesting to you, and you believe other women in your area would enjoy attending with other like-minded women of faith, please consider becoming a Chapter Leader. Leaders will have special benefits, and free membership in our organization (membership system opens March 1st). Leaders also have a special application process to be sure that this is a "best fit" for everyone.
To view the FAQ pages about leadership, membership benefits and chapter meetings, please visit this link. We look forward to meeting you!
Posted by Krista Dunk
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
I had my $80 worth of groceries in the 15 items or less line. I totally offended the cheese block lady (lady with just a block of cheese) who walked up behind me. After she gave the block of cheese to the checker and said, "Never mind. I thought this was the 15 items or less line," she then walked out in a huff. Surprisingly, it didn't faze the checker one bit, but cheese lady was not happy...
Ooops! Totally my fault for not paying attention. However, I did not intend to be offensive. In fact, I would have moved myself to the other lane if I had noticed in time. Normally, I am a nice person who is considerate of others. But nonetheless, I was offensive today.
It gets me thinking these thoughts -
How many times are we offensive when we totally don't intend to be?
How many times are we offended by others when they didn't mean to be?
I wonder what the percentage is of unintended offenses. 50%? 60%? 90%? Unless it is at a public middle school or high school (I can say that because I've worked at a public high school!), I bet the percentage is high. Most people do not normally intend to offend others.
When we find ourselves as the offender, what do we do? In Ezekiel, the Bible says, "Because he considers all the offenses he has committed and turns away from them, he will surely live; he will not die." Once we have an awareness of our offensiveness, then we can choose to change and repent.
How does God handle offenses that we commit (after we first, we ask for forgiveness, and turn away from our offenses)? In Isaiah, God's forgiveness covers or removes offenses. "I have swept away your offenses like a cloud, your sins like the morning mist. Return to me, for I have redeemed you."
When we find ourselves offended by others, what then? Proverbs has several wise thoughts, such as, "He who covers over an offense promotes love, but whoever repeats the matter separates close friends," and "A man's wisdom gives him patience; it is to his glory to overlook an offense."
Hopefully this gives you a new perspective on being offended or offensive. We can learn these lessons in interesting ways; even at the checkout line...
Posted by Krista Dunk
Friday, January 1, 2010
- Identify a problem or an area of under-performance.
- Figure out how to solve it. Pray.
- Make a decision to do it.
- Move forward with actions that support the decision.
- Create habits to reinforce the desired outcome.
- Gain confidence in your decision making ability and resolve.
Too many things remain unresolved in our lives. Our minds love it when we make a firm decision about something. Firm decisions allow our minds to work towards a specific goal without doubt, wavering emotions, nervous tension, or competing ideas interfering.
You can do it! Be resolute! Move forward into 2010 and know God is for you, and with you.
Posted by Krista Dunk www.kbwomen.com