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Jasmine Brett Stringer, Master Connector, is a marketing and business development consultant. She is also an influential speaker, media personality, host, lifestyle expert and nationally sought after blogger. A southern belle currently residing in the Midwest, Jasmine is an avid traveler, golfer and foodie. She lives her life by the mantra "carpe diem" and pens a blog entitled "Carpe Diem with Jasmine."

Jasmine is currently writing her first book. A sampling of her on-air experience is displayed in her reel. Jasmine strives to connect, engage and empower people to seize the day.

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35 Lessons Learned So Far on This Journey Called Life

(1) Comments | Posted October 31, 2014 | 5:38 PM


If 50 is the "new 30" and 40 is the "new 20," I'm not sure where I fit on the age spectrum, but as I mark the beginning of my personal new yaer I took some time to reflect on a few lessons...

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New Year's Resolution Restart

(0) Comments | Posted January 30, 2014 | 11:21 AM

The first month of this year has been plagued by severe cold weather all over the United States. Between the Polar Vortex and Deep Freeze it may have been hard for you to keep your 2014 New Year's resolutions. Or perhaps you're like me and the majority of the participants...

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Practicing Gratitude

(0) Comments | Posted December 17, 2013 | 10:57 AM

Two weeks ago we celebrated Thanksgiving in the United States. Leading up to Thanksgiving I saw a lot of social chatter about what people were thankful for. However, the chatter has almost silenced since last Thanksgiving.

I'm on a journey of living a more authentic life, which to me...

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Mindfulness + Gratitude

(3) Comments | Posted December 13, 2013 | 6:58 PM

We live in a very fast paced, multitasking, competitive, "What have you done for me today?" society. Last summer I started practicing mindfulness. Mindfulness is defined as a state of active, open attention in the present moment.

I must admit that I'm not always 100-percent mindful,...

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