Marianne Clyde

There is today

There is today

by Marianne Clyde “Hold everything in your hands lightly, otherwise it hurts when God pries your fingers open,” Corrie Ten Boom famously asserted. After hiding Jews from the Nazis in her home in the Netherlands, Corrie and her family were arrested and sent to a series of prisons, finally ending up in Ravensbruck Concentration Camp. A woman of deep faith, she lived her life on purpose. She lived...

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Being Smart has nothing to do with it.

Being Smart has nothing to do with it.

by Marianne Clyde We were sitting at a gorgeous resort chatting about how productive she is being. It's amazing really. She trains women and coaches women in her field how to run their various projects a a business. She has several businesses going at the same time. Businesses with purpose. Businesses that make the world a better place in so many different ways. People admire her. She gets stuff...

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The Power of Purpose

The Power of Purpose

By Marianne Clyde "Knowing your purpose strengthens your sense of self; it gives you a way to explain who you are both to other people and to yourself," according to Meg Selig, author of Changepower. There are so many ways that having a purposeful life, or living a life of intention can help you physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually and intellectually. Studies have shown that being...

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My Disruption Mentor

My Disruption Mentor

by Marianne Clyde I've been so privileged to disrupt the status quo in so many ways and it's just because I started saying to myself, "Hey, I can do that!" And doing what you used to think you couldn't sends a feeling of complete freedom through your body! The excitement and pride of publishing 3 bestselling books, and counting. The proud moments receiving awards for accomplishments over the...

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Disrupt to Change the World

Disrupt to Change the World

by Marianne Clyde Disruption is how we change the world. Doing what others can’t or won’t do. Disruption is not as difficult or offensive and you might think. It’s pretty much just following your truth, unapologetically. Why do we, as women, feel like we need to apologize for who we are, or what we like, or how we think? We’ve woven a tangled web of self-deceit over the years. And man, that has...

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Every “Spend” is an INVESTMENT

Every “Spend” is an INVESTMENT

by Marianne Clyde I was at a store the other day and as I was paying, the checkout guy said, “Cha-ching. It goes fast, doesn’t it?” I replied, “It’s just an investment and it comes back 100 times.” He just smiled. So for the last few days I’ve been thinking about spending money, using money, the role of money and the value of money. In a recent blog Are You Asking or Apologizing I touched on our...

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All this over a martini

All this over a martini

by Marianne Clyde A lot of good things in my life have happened over martinis. Including brainstorming with my business partner, Lorna. Shortly after we first started getting together and she sat and listened attentively to my long rambling weird story about my vision of women becoming supernovas, I could tell her brain was trying to make sense of it while she was thinking to herself, “what the...

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Are you Asking or Apologizing?

Are you Asking or Apologizing?

by Marianne Clyde It breaks my heart to watch people who really want to make the world a better place and yet they are still living in a poverty mentality. Somehow society has convinced them that making money, asking for money and spending money is somehow evil. No WONDER so many people have trouble raising money. You need money to build a school but you approach people timidly with your hat in...

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What if you could?

What if you could?

by Marianne Clyde Why can't I make the money I want? Why is our non-profit ineffective? Why can't I write that book? Why is my relationship stagnant? Why don't I have more friends? Why does everyone else seem to have a fascinating life and mine is so boring? Whenever I find myself asking these kind of questions, the answer comes back to me loud and clear. Who is going to fix it? What do you...

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The Single “Stigma”

The Single “Stigma”

by Marianne Clyde When women find themselves single, by divorce, by death, or by choice, it seems like society feels it needs to step in and "fix" things for her. We need to find her a husband. We need to figure out what went wrong. Or we find ourselves wondering what might be wrong with her. I just want to say, knock it off. It's not that I don't appreciate your concern. But it may be that she...

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