Bev. Mahone

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Whatever! is a program that will discuss stories and issues of interest to the baby boomer population---primarily women.

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You've probably heard of a Dreamweaver---but have you heard of a Netweaver? That's what Carol Deckert is. Hear the fascinating story of the woman who has been networking to build a small business for the past 15 years. The knowledge... more
Bev. Mahone

Build Your Relationships and Grow your Business

  • by Bev. Mahone
Building relationships between like-minded people is the best way to get and grow your business, according to Netweaving Coach, Carol Deckert. As a Netweaving/Networking Coach, Carol educates people to network both... more

Frankie Picasso and I are two Divas who are teaming up to give you some back-to-back Diva talk 101. We've got our mojo working--let us tell you how to get your own own midlife groove on!

Megan Cutter, co-owner of Cutter's Word, talks about how you can turn your writing into a marketable and successful business.

More and more companies are finding ways to go "green" these days. Meet the owner of a North Carolina Company who's doing it with socks and putting together a one million dollar fundraiser in the process.

Denay Davis will share her love for cooking and share tips on how you can get started with your own cooking business.

Most people like to travel for vacations but have you ever thought of starting your own travel business? Join me as I talk with Randolph Eaton of Sylver-E Travel & Cruises as we discuss what it takes to own a piece of the friendly skies.

Mortgage Broker Jennifer Johns says there are still opportunities to purchase a home in spite of all of the recent bad economic news. She'll tell you how she can help you.

Professional Development Coach Jennifer Conaway stops by Whatever Live! to discuss why some people need to have their "professionalism" spruced up. If you're not sure what that means, you need to tune in.

Author, Jim Armstrong will discuss how to handle midlife transition and some of the hot jobs available.

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