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Author Archive: Christina Weber

Christina Weber helps Catholic mompreneurs achieve their God-given personal and business or ministry mission by teaching them time, money, and relationship mastery. Gain clarity (and peace) in understanding God’s will for you, your family, and your business by scheduling a FREE session here: http://www.talkwithchristina.com/.

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Funding Your Startup Business

August 13, AD2014 2 Comments
Funding Your Startup Business

It’s not uncommon for women to be swept away with the freedom and flexibility the mompreneur lifestyle offers. However, they overlook the financial realities of being a business owner. And a critical business skill is finessing the funding of a startup business or business expansion. Where should you start? KNOW HOW MUCH YOU NEED TO FUND […]

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Four Goal-Setting Mistakes and How to Correct Them

July 16, AD2014 3 Comments
Four Goal-Setting Mistakes and How to Correct Them

I’ve always been one to regularly make and write goals. I hoped my diligence naturally gave me an edge on the life and biz success track. Having goals has certainly helped, but goal setting is a learned art and science. The power of goals comes from activating and uniting your unconscious mind that influences 95% […]

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The ABCs of Becoming a Mompreneur (Part 1)

June 19, AD2014 1 Comment
The ABCs of Becoming a Mompreneur (Part 1)

  When God genetically implants you with entrepreneurial DNA, even motherhood can’t flush it out. But not having a clue where to start frustrates many moms burning with the mom biz itch. Prudently pressing forward while listening and following sound, Godly guidance prevents your journey to mom-biz ownership from being a bumpy one. Here is […]

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Are You Top Talent?

May 21, AD2014 3 Comments
Are You Top Talent?

I currently am interviewing seven candidates for a marriage and family therapy associate in my practice when I chanced upon Andrew Miller’s article on the 3 Attributes to Look For In Top Talent. According to Miller, the top talent has the right blend of 1) attitude, 2) mindset, and 3) competency. The framework simplified evaluating the […]

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Are You Celebrating Enough?

April 23, AD2014 2 Comments
Are You Celebrating Enough?

Learning how to celebrate small achievements in your business lets you persevere more and fuel you through the good and bad times.

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The Secret To Win-Win Business Deals

March 26, AD2014 5 Comments
The Secret To Win-Win Business Deals

Mom business owners tuned into God’s vision recognize early they must be leveraged. They can’t earn more in less time alone without working with others. Partnerships could include: A business agreement with a colleague A joint venture relationship An employee relationship An outside contractor relationship. Even getting babysitters is making business deals. When evaluating the […]

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Media Consumption Habits for Optimal Biz and Life Outcomes

February 26, AD2014 2 Comments
Media Consumption Habits for Optimal Biz and Life Outcomes

Hours away from Superbowl XLVIII, I could feel hubby’s snoozing vibrations. While Gianna joined her friends for basketball practice, our youngest Benjamin tossed the football, and Ian settled in for some screen time with a new video game. I parked myself on the recliner, laptop on my thighs. I blasted through emails and completed other […]

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Don’t Underestimate Your Catholic Work Ethic

February 3, AD2014 3 Comments
Don’t Underestimate Your Catholic Work Ethic

I admire devout Christians living godly lives. Without the help of the Catholic Church and the Sacraments, I’m not sure I would make the cut. In a non-Catholic Christian church  I fear I would be crushed by the various teachings based upon who pastors the church you attend; inconstant philosophies that don’t always fit together […]

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The Best Gift You Can Give Your Clients And Your Family

January 1, AD2014 2 Comments
The Best Gift You Can Give Your Clients And Your Family

The best gift for your clients or your family this New Year doesn’t have to do with family perks, trips, time, money, special VIP services or your products and services. It’s something you need, but might not necessarily want. You typically won’t find it on anyone’s list for Santa. To make my point, I need […]

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The Bittersweet Secret to Success

December 4, AD2013 5 Comments
The Bittersweet Secret to Success

Christ turned the world upside-down when he established the Church. His message turned off people in 30 AD, as it still does today.  (You may have noticed that the Catholic view on suffering continues to effectively repel  many onlookers.) Catholics don’t buy the prosperity gospel, where believing always leads to fulfilling your hearts desire— material […]

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7 Tips to Be Financially Strong in a Tough Economy

November 6, AD2013 1 Comment
7 Tips to Be Financially Strong in a Tough Economy

Whether you’re a stay-home parent, working for someone else, are  starting out in a business or in an established business, a lot of people feel the financial pressure of our economy. Experts call our current time the biggest  family finance squeeze  since the 1920s. The accompanying largest drop in monthly  disposable income  impacts both your […]

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Could Success in Life and Business Be Really That Simple?

October 9, AD2013 1 Comment
Could Success in Life and Business Be Really That Simple?

So what do social thinkers have to say about “success” in business and life?  Is there such a thing as a success prescription? Following a Catholic life blueprint definitely gives you everything you need get you there.  Inspiration and accountability keep you moving. I invite you to consider Anita Kirkman’s (founder and CEO of Vision […]

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Be Efficient With Things, Not People

September 11, AD2013 3 Comments
Be Efficient With Things, Not People

We all have life seasons—with some being more jam-packed than others.  When the schedule gets tight, it’s easy to slip into high-efficiency mode. Last spring, I was swimming in the midst of ramping up my business along with implementing new chores lists with the kids to improve responsibility. Between the flat-out “No’s” and the increasingly […]

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Butt Rag

August 14, AD2013 1 Comment
Butt Rag

Bringing our uglies into the light begins to dismantle the hold our vices have on us. Opening our chest of less than stellar moments encourages others to do the same. My vices of impatience and moving too fast led to this shame-filled, poor performing parental moment. Running late to school Gianna, our 9 year old,  uncharacteristically […]

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Destination Definition

July 17, AD2013 1 Comment
Destination Definition

Part of learning  how to grow my business is to be coached.  My coach prescribes quarterly review of my success plan / business plan,   in a wholistic spirit I set both personal and business goals.  I’ve been a strong advocate of using the best  technology and proven business success techniques to have a robust spiritual […]

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Awakening at the Zoo

June 19, AD2013 1 Comment
Awakening at the Zoo

We exponentially grow when we learn and act on“what we don’t know we don’t know”. I always advocate getting in your kids’ element  whenever possible, not only because of the kid bonding but also because of the parent connecting opportunities.  Putting yourself in places to learn from others who have gone before you gives you […]

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Fear Produces Satellite Christians

May 22, AD2013 4 Comments
Fear Produces Satellite Christians

The soft-spoken nature of Pope Francis amplifies the impact of the words he does speak. He points out that “lukewarm Catholics” build their own church around common sense, resulting in them cutting themselves off from the rest of the Body of Christ. Becoming Christian Satellites that are not unified with the Church, they don’t have […]

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