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Nancy Michaels
Nancy Michaels is CEO and Founder of Grow Your Business Network and She is also the first president and COO of Coined as “America’s #1 Fortune 500 Consultant” she is a globally recognized business development coach, author of seven books, speaker, and consultant to both large and small business owners and companies targeting women and diversity. Nancy is a leading authority on personal and professional reinvention, working with individuals and companies that have a strong desire to create positive change for themselves and their businesses. She has been featured in numerous business publications including Entrepreneur magazine, US News and World Report, Business Week, and Fortune Small Business. To learn more about Nancy, please visit

Entries by Nancy Michaels

Top 10 Ways to Generate Stand-Out Publicity

(2) Comments | Posted September 17, 2014 | 10:20 PM

I am often asked about ways to market a product without spending a fortune. We all believe our product or service is "newsworthy," right? The key is to fine-tune your pitch -- just as you would to attract a new client and seek out the WIIFT -- What's In It...

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Top 10 Ways to Attract High Paying Clients

(4) Comments | Posted August 15, 2014 | 10:19 AM

With summer drawing to a close, it is time to get your focus back on growing your business. Fall is a great time to re-energize and recharge. One of the pitfalls I see so many business executives fall into, is thinking too small and doing the same things they have...

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Reinventing Your Business: The Top 10 List

(4) Comments | Posted July 30, 2014 | 10:11 PM

Everyone gets into a professional or business slump. The best of the best in their field have had the proverbial bump in the road.


When it happened to me, it came in the form an emotional, physical and...

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Dad Said What? Reinventing My Views On Fatherhood

(3) Comments | Posted July 18, 2014 | 5:50 PM

The first motivational speaker in my life was my dad. He preached to us at an early age, when we asked for something, by saying, "Wish in one hand, shit in the other, and tell me which one fills up faster." Touché. We learned not to keep asking.


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A Letter to My First Child, Chloe, Adopted From China, as She Graduates High school

(6) Comments | Posted July 1, 2014 | 12:48 PM

My first child graduated from high school this past weekend. To say that it was a proud parenting moment would be an understatement that I know I share with so many other parents who've experienced their own children's commencement recently.

The act of graduating from high school or college...

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Reinventing School Snacks?

(0) Comments | Posted June 24, 2014 | 4:37 PM

As the mother of three teenagers, life is always interesting. My two girls are ages 18 and 15 and were both adopted from China as infants. I, unexpectedly, conceived after our first adoption and was blessed with a son -- who was delivered between the two adoptions. We learned early...

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