I remember when I started working in the marketing field, social media was a completely foreign concept for businesses. Facebook had just launched, and the rest of the world was trying to figure out what it meant to “poke” another person on the platform and why anyone would care about learning what someone else was
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How do you know what your life’s purpose is? For Stephanie Feger, her life purpose came to her in a dream … literally. A dream changed everything. It pushed her to write her first book, Color Today Pretty: An Inspirational Guide to Living a Life in Perspective. It pushed her to become an entrepreneur. And it pushed her to help authors and small businesses become empowered to do the same.
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I’m always excited when I look under my family’s Christmas tree at all of the unwrapped boxes of possibilities each year. I, of course, know the contents of most since I’m the one doing the bulk of the wrapping, but seeing the joy on each of my kid’s faces when they analyze the size of
Two years ago, I was approached by someone who had watched my journey from a seemingly comfortable and consistent job to an entrepreneurial life filled with lots of unknowns with a simple but game-changing question. “Stephanie,” he asked. “If you knew what it would have taken for you to get to where you are, would