Here’s another little preview of what you’re in for when you check out our upcoming book, The Anatomy of Accomplishment: Your Guide to Bigger, Better, Bolder Business Results. Check out the authors below to get a little morsel of what each of their chapters are about.

Gabriela Ramirez-Arellano

In her chapter, Gabriela discusses how networking is a necessity in today’s day and age, and sympathizes with hard it can be because of all the pressure we put on ourselves. If you hear the word “networking” and it makes you want to run in the other direction, this is the chapter for you…Gabriela shares some tips that have helped her on many occasions, and will also help you!



Lisa Frumhoff

Lisa once felt pressured to keep the real estate business separate from who she really was. In her chapter, she shares how she now proudly displays her “woo-woo” self wherever she goes — and the business follows. There are 1,440 minutes each day, and you get to choose how many you will spend happy…Lisa herself is happiest when she honors her multi-faceted, authentic self, which vibrationally attracts the perfect people, and creates real connections.


Debi Corrie

Debi Corrie learned the hard way that failure is not about being right or wrong — it’s about being willing to move out of your comfort zone and take risks. In her chapter, she discusses how when you take risks, you fail…and by embracing failure in your life and business you will be successful.



Erin Joy

In her chapter on how strategic thinking leads to business success, Erin Joy takes the reader on a quick trip through her career, from 22-year-old real estate agent to owner of a vibrant coaching and consulting company, Black Dress Circle. Erin articulates the methods she’s adopted to turn eight fundamental business activities into levers that can steer any entrepreneur to success.



Jeanette Prenger

In her chapter, Jeanette discusses playing the long game, and the lessons she’s learned to stay relevant, profitable, and scalable. Knowing when to grow and how to compete are key distinctions she shares.




Adonica Randall

In her chapter, Adonica discusses how support systems, a strong belief from others in what you’re trying to accomplish, and the power of curious minds lead to collaboration, innovation and positive outcomes. Because of her imagination, Adonica was able to capture a world beyond what she could see.



Cheryl Summers

In The Heart of an Entrepreneur, Cheryl Summers shares her journey to business ownership and outlines four timeless tactics to remain relevant in a rapidly changing industry. Cheryl’s path has been within telecommunications, an industry that has experienced dramatic change over the last twenty years. She lets the reader in on what secrets to success have stood the test of time.



Alyce Herndon

In Alyce’s chapter, she provides insights into how women entrepreneurs discover their passion, align strategies with vision, knowledge, experience, and set goals along their path to a real purpose. 



Kate Ewing

In her chapter, Kate shares a unique behind-the-scenes glimpse into the unexpected challenges that come with balancing both a career and a growing business.



Catherine Gacad

In her autobiographical account, Catherine shares how she, as a first-generation American, went from scrubbing toilets to one of the top business schools in the world, accelerated her wealth, and now works to promote women and minorities.