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Lauren Maillian, The Path Redefined

Lauren Maillian, The Path Redefined

Lauren Maillian has been an entrepreneur her entire career since starting her first business at 19 – an internationally recognized and award-winning vineyard and winery that made her the youngest self-made winery owner in the country. She sold that business at 26 and started a marketing company, followed by becoming a founding partner at an early stage venture capital firm. That’s 3 businesses built before 30 and 1 very lucrative exit by 26 that also earned me a coveted honor, being named to the Empact 100 List at the White House for being one of the top 100 entrepreneurs under 30 in 2011. She is a bestselling author of The Path Redefined, a television personality and former co-star and host of the startup focused television show Quit Your Day Job and have worked with, and served as the strategist, spokesperson and ambassador for some of your favorite brands – Chase Bank, Cover Girl, Olay, Secret, Brooks Brothers, Dell and the list goes on…

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Robert Palmer, Live Beyond the Sweat

Robert Palmer, Live Beyond the Sweat

Robert Palmer is a prominent trainer in New York City, powering the lives of executives, creatives and leaders. He helps enhance user experience as a creative consultant to athletic brands building new products and services in an innovative way and looking for expert feedback on product architecture and design. He stays at the pulse of trends in fitness, fashion, food and style in the quest to improve infits for the most exceptional outfit.

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Guy Trammell Jr. and Amy Miller, Color Us Connected

Guy Trammell Jr. and Amy Miller, Color Us Connected

Color Us Connected is written by a black man from Tuskegee, Alabama, Guy Trammell Jr. and a white woman, from South Berwick, Maine, Amy Miller – each of us writing from our own perspective about the same topic. This column grew out of a decision by the people of our hometowns to form Common Ground – the Tuskegee/South Berwick Sister City project. We hope you enjoy our articles and invite you to visit us online at Color Us Connected.

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Karin Hopkins, Tuskegee Spirit

Karin Hopkins, Tuskegee Spirit

Though Tuskegee is a specific locale in the Deep South, this community personifies the complexities of the southern states. The content we provide showcases the resilience of the people and their unrelenting will to do better, often in spite of tremendous odds. With more and more Northerners returning to their roots or choosing to move South for the weather, cheaper housing and cost of living, these transplants also will find a rich culture and powerful history. At the request of Booker T. Washington, the Harlem Renaissance poet Paul Lawrence Dunbar wrote the Tuskegee Song" in 1906 as an anthem for Tuskegee University. The lyrics praise "Tuskegee, thou pride of the swift growing South." Tuskegee is still a special place with a story that mirrors the evolution of the Deep South. That is the essence of our contributions under the heading "Tuskegee Spirit."

Karin is a veteran journalist and award-winning documentary producer
Noah is the leading tourism advocate in Tuskegee and Macon County

For more on the "Tuskegee Spirit" visit https://www.tourismresource.org

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Kathryn Leary

Kathryn Leary

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How to fight back when life throws shade

How to fight back when life throws shade

Life throws us curveballs, doozies, roadblocks, and if we are lucky, we get a few lay-ups, but sometimes you have to take unexpected approaches to adversity in order to win. The past few weeks have been a rollercoaster, more specifically they’ve been other people’s catastrophes that I found myself quickly sucked into because helping others is […]

Deliver on your goals through diversification

Deliver on your goals through diversification

So much talk, not enough action. We see it all the time. Yet, those who are considered non-committal or called worse like “all over the place” or “scatterbrained” (sometimes even glorified as the “multi-hyphenate”) are the smartest and most driven people I know. When you have multiple interests, you have countless skills and diverse experiences […]

Self Love

Self Love

“Stop criticizing and judging yourself and start a journey of self-love and self-acceptance.” These words popped out at me in a recent email from Hay House, a publisher of books to nurture one’s soul and to encourage living life to the fullest. The words resonated so powerfully with me because this is a choice I […]

The One Ab Exercise You Should Be Doing

The One Ab Exercise You Should Be Doing

When thinking about my personal ab routine or what I may give to my clients, I usually break it down by dynamic vs. isometric. You may ask, what’s the difference? Dynamic represents any abdominal exercise(s) where you would physically move through a range of motion in order to execute the exercise. Isometric exercises typically represent […]

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