Sarah Zink

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Plaid for Women Radio is designed to help women develop strategies to achieve goals, get connected, and be heard. It's time for women to stop trying to be PART of the conversation; we need to CHANGE the conversation! Toward that end, our focus is on sharing thoughts that will help women discover their superpowers and use them for good, not evil. There's more tools for women to be found at You can also connect with me on Facebook: ThinkZinkRadio, or 20TipsForPowerChicks. You can also find and follow me on Twitter: @sarahzink. PLAID FOR WOMEN RADIO is on 24/7 - you can listen to archived shows any time you want - on your computer, your laptop, your iPad or your smart phone. Check us out and subscribe for FREE in the iTunes store! (

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Monica Narvaez is an attorney with Underwood Law Firm. We're going to be doing a series on Small Business Employment Law sponsored by Comerica Bank. Today, we'll be talking about how to determine who to hire, how to find a good pool of applicants, what you can/cannot ask on an application and what pre-employment checks are important. ABOUT PLAID FOR WOMEN: Plaid for Women radio is produced to give you information, advice and resources to manage ?The Business of Life?. Our goal is to help you achieve your goals, get connected, and be heard. CONTACT INFO FOR TODAY'S GUEST: Monica Narvaez, associate Underwood Law Firm, P.C. 1008 Macon Street, Suite 101 Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 439-9910 Download Monica Narvaez' vcard LET'S GET SOCIAL! Plaid FB: Plaid TW: OUTTRO MUSIC BY JACK T. BLUES
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Plaid for Women radio is produced to give you information, advice and resources to be YOUR wise advisor. Our goal is to help you achieve your goals, gain influence, and be heard. Every show, we are commited to bringing you new... more

Mara Purl is an author, actress, environmentalist and speaker/teacher. Mara writes a series of books about a fictional town, Milford Haven, California, which is based on Cambria, California. She writes about the people, their loves, secrets... more

Today, Elizabeth and I will be talking about 'those' people in the workplace. You know - the ones who indirectly express hostility, typically through procrastination, hostile jokes, stubbornness, sullenness, or deliberate failure to communicate or... more

The funny thing about women is that all too often, we have trouble working with folks we don't like. I've often found it fascinating that men seem to be able to work with anyone - but if a woman doesn't like the person she's working with -... more

Would you let someone talk to you the way you talk to yourself? Today's guest, Debra Campbell with Performance Psychology, is joining me to share some thoughts about our self-talk. There are many things that we think and say to... more

Today I'm talking with Elizabeth Lions. We're going to be chatting about women and leadership - particularly the differneces in how man and women lead. Elizabeth is a coach and mentor to women on careers and leadership in the... more

It's not pleasant to think about, but every woman should know how to protect herself and HER investment in a marriage. Do you know what documents to keep and how to prepare financially for a divorce? Join us as we talk to Kelly... more

Today, I'm delighted to welcome Dr. Mary Ann Block of The Block Center to the show. We'll be talking about "Hormones and Depression". Without question, we've all complained of irritability and feelings of depression or sadness, but all too... more

How do you know when you are entering a new season in your life or career? What are the signs? Explore the key signs of a changing vision and a new season. Prepare yourself to step out on faith. Get a jump on those new year's... more

HOLIDAY STRESS!!!!! How do you handle all the demands of the season? The tendency to lose ourselves in unrealistic desires, pretense and inflated visions of 'perfection' can pile stress on top of family dynamics and work stressors, causing... more
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