To awaken, motivate and infuse readers with new ideas about life, leadership, integrity, dignity and strength. To inspire women and men to support programs that benefit women and girls and to donate 100% of the profits from sales of this book for the first two years to the Women’s Foundation of California and her grant partners.
– Maureen Ford & Patty DeDominic
Life Moments for Women video produced by the Film, Media & Social Justice Department
of Mount St. Mary's College.
Song "Women of Today" by Faith Rivera & Beth Eichel, performed by Faith Rivera.
Apparently, the magic touch is a woman's touch when it comes to small businesses. Recently collected data from resources such as the Small Business Administration reveals that small businesses owned by women are more likely to yield positive revenues and account for 29% of all business enterprises...
Patty DeDominic talks with Helen Torres, Executive Directors and CEO of HOPE (Hispanics Organized for Political Equality) HOPE www.latinas.org is a non-profit, non-partisan women’ organization committed to ensuring political and economic parity for Latinas and advocating for Latina representation as decision-makers and community leaders.
Helen’s tips include encouraging people to:
1. Take stock of their financial well-being early. Learn what you can to become financially literate.
2. Register to Vote and mobilize your own family to vote! Kids are never too young to learn about voting.
3. Build relationships and “even if your first job is not your career, still give it 120%, give it your all.”
Live in a grateful heart is how Mary Ann Halpin describes her wishes and advice for all of us. Noted photographer and fearless global woman, Halpin says people take life way too seriously and reminds us that “women are racing and working way too hard.” Listen as she retells part of her life moment about being adopted after a tragic announcement of her sister's birth.
Hall of Fame winner, CEO, now a graduate student, Linda Lore reminds us that happiness, time and good health are things you can’t buy with money. As a high powered CEO her skills were tested when a company she had recently become head of had extreme financial challenges. She took the company into Chapter 11 around the same time as 9/11. A first marriage at 46 and new mom at 49, Linda is now back in graduate school. Linda’s best life lessons include:
"You can’t do it all but you can say no with compassion. You don’t have to stop to smell the roses, you CAN carry them with you.”