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"Why I Execute?" with CEO of Woman of Standard Magazine, Ms. Carla Cannon

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Ladies & gentlemen we are in for an exciting and empowering time on this episode of In Life Now Radio with our guest Carla Cannon who is the CEO of Woman of Standard Magazine and Inspiring Hearts, her coaching consultancy. She will share insight that will help you understand "why she executes?" Make sure you are paying close attention as she shares sound strategic business strategies with you which will help you define, how you execute as well!

"While some know her as an empowering HIScoach (Christian Coach) who is committed to encouraging women worldwide to embrace their destiny and purpose others may recognize her as the CEO and Founder of Women of Standard Magazine, a Christian lifestyle, global publication that inspires subscribers across the nation. Whether you meet her while she is speaking at a conference or you bump into her at the local Starbucks, who she is speaks loud and clear: a woman of humility, purpose and of the people."

"She also serves as the CEO of Inspiring Hearts which is her coaching practice in which she has released: Defining the Pearl in You Coaching Program, in which she offers step-by-step practical life principles to help individuals get from where they are to where they desire to be. In this four-week program, she pushes her students to stop making excuses, adopt a renewed mindset and get out of the spiritual and natural ruts many so often find themselves in."

"Seeking to dismantle the foundations of low self-worth, depression and oppression, she empowers men and women across the nation in search of their true identity and purpose. Whether she has an audience of 1,000 or 1, she selflessly pours out her wisdom and knowledge from personal life experiences into the hearts of the people, transforming lives one person, one group, one encounter at a time."