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Kimberly Inskeep
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Kimberly Inskeep was instrumental in the testing, development and initial launch of CAbi’s successful home show model and Consultant compensation plan. As President, she oversees and manages all aspects of the Consultant organization, including working with the Founders and the Leadership Connection, designing and implementing the Company’s successful training and communication programs, and fostering CAbi’s unique culture of Fashion, Friends and Fun!™ Kimberly maintains a passion for CAbi’s mission of empowering businesswomen with a flexible, home based business model with real earnings potential.

Prior to joining CAbi, Kimberly spent several years working in finance and international management consulting with BlessingWhite, Inc. and Norwest Corporation (now Wells Fargo & Company).

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The Top Things I Love About Being Over 50

(2) Comments | Posted April 22, 2015 | 8:07 AM

It is all too apparent none of us are living on the "Benjamin Button" timeline. As I don't intend to add fodder to the excessive lamenting about aging (except maybe in the first few minutes of climbing out of bed), I am choosing a posture of downright celebration, calling out...

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7 Important Life Lessons From Fashion

(5) Comments | Posted March 18, 2015 | 3:08 PM

Diana Vreeland famously said, "It's not about the dress you wear, but the life you lead in the dress." While one's personhood trumps their casing, there is a connection between our clothes and how we orient ourselves to the world. As I have pursued both a life of great meaning...

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Opportunity, Paid Forward

(0) Comments | Posted February 26, 2015 | 2:30 PM

I have long believed how a woman sees herself will largely dictate her life. Her internal perspectives give way to how she presents herself, and in turn, guides how people respond to her. This is when opportunities can present themselves and she can reveal her confidence to take them on....

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6 Resolutions for a Simplified and Fulfilling 2015

(1) Comments | Posted December 18, 2014 | 1:54 PM

End-of-the-year reflection may seem like a timeworn practice, but I've found it the best hope for a purposeful next year. As I look back at 2014, I am determined for 2015 to be defined by simplicity that yields fulfillment.

It is easy to get swept up on the wrong side...

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Changing the World One Woman at a Time

(0) Comments | Posted November 19, 2014 | 10:23 AM

If we are to live a life of purpose, we must dream big dreams and develop big visions. I have learned to think of dreams and visions as distinct from one another, but both equally important in making a life comprised of progress and meaning.

Whenever I discuss dreams with...

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Women Helping Women: My Chat With Mom Trends' Nicole Feliciano

(2) Comments | Posted October 29, 2014 | 3:06 PM

I just love getting to sit down with women who have that spark -- that zest for creating something of meaning and the tenacity to go out and do it. Nicole Feliciano is one of those women who has made hard choices in order to live her life more on...

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6 Beliefs Women Need to Unlearn

(9) Comments | Posted September 23, 2014 | 2:56 PM

One of the best parts of getting older is the freedom found in letting go of habits that used to hedge me in because of what I thought other people expected of me, only to discover that many of these expectations either aren't real or don't matter. Becoming unfettered from...

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Having it All vs. Having What Matters

(9) Comments | Posted August 21, 2014 | 2:04 PM

I came of age at a time when women's appeal for equal opportunity on the career ladder was coupled with a decree that we could, in fact, do it all and have it all. We believed that "work-life balance" was an achievable, worthy pursuit. So it's no surprise the recent...

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In Defense of Beauty

(2) Comments | Posted July 29, 2014 | 1:15 PM

Within the heart of a woman rests the question, "Am I beautiful?" How we answer depends entirely on our understanding of beauty and the value it plays in our lives.

Throughout history, if you were to ask the goal of art, poetry and music, that answer would have been "beauty."...

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What Happened to Empathy?

(15) Comments | Posted June 26, 2014 | 11:26 AM

Remember the analogy of the frog that slowly boiled in the pot? It's happening. Over the last 30 years our levels of empathy have been eroding gradually, and it can take stark events -- or even tragic ones, as we've sadly seen in America in recent weeks --...

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The Confidence Conundrum

(0) Comments | Posted May 28, 2014 | 10:45 AM

As women, we can have a unique ability for making things happen. I am endlessly inspired by this, so I was intrigued by the May cover story of The Atlantic, called "The Confidence Gap," which shares that a mystifying lack of confidence is the dominating factor that holds...

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