Myra Dorsey – MD HR Consulting

There are so many women making power movess in their career. I am thankful to have a platform where I can interview and talk about their services. It is always an honor to meet a woman who is business minded and accomplished quite a few goals during her career move. I had a chance to chat with Myra Dorsey about her firm MD HR Consulting as well as her book Benefit of the Doubt and her massage business LaBodi Massage. This is a woman is a jack of many trades. What I like about Myra is that she shows the ability to conquer her goals and she continues to strive to be better. Many people believe they
have to stick to one thing and master it. If there are other business ventures you want to get involved in then do it. Myra is the perfect example of living out her dreams. Take a moment and read this extraordinary interview about her many accomplishments. I guarantee you will be inspired!

How did you get into the consulting business?

MD: After working in corporate for over 15 years, I knew I had to work for myself because “reporting” to the man and not getting the proper recognition was no longer an option for me. That is when I decided to remove myself from corporate. Ironically, I didn’t go right into HR Consulting. I went to massage school and became a therapist and literally morphed that into a thriving a business. I have over 40 therapists on my team throughout the DMV area. I grew that business first and with my HR background, it made it easier for me to knock down some barriers that my competitors were not able to.

Carefirst is one of my largest corporate clients and that business is now taking a life of its own. It was not until 2 years after the massage business flourished that I realized I missed the HR aspect of my life and started to do freelance in consulting during my downtime from massage therapy. The small companies that I was doing small projects for really appreciated and liked my work so they demanded more of my time. Therefore, my freelancing became full-blown consulting where I now have others on my team helping me on current and future projects. Continue reading “Myra Dorsey – MD HR Consulting”

Dia Darling – All Things I Do

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Photo credit Rene Hernandez

Dia Darling is a San Antonio, Texas gal. She started working as a ghost blogger and enjoyed putting her communications skills to work. While working on her passion she realized her talent craved for more. She knew she had a lot to bring to the internet world, and soon enough All Things I Do was created. It takes courage and boldness to step out and pursue goals in life. Dia did just that, I recently followed her 5-day email challenge titled Mapping your Side Hustle which allows you to focus on your goals and dreams She is an extraordinary person to follow and her blog speaks volumes to her readers. Take a moment and read below Continue reading “Dia Darling – All Things I Do”

Backbone in America

People can do amazing things online, build a business, sell products, or e8v6b3672-minven have a YouTube channel. The options are endless! Twenty years ago having the ability to FaceTime someone on the phone was unheard of. Now it’s one of the means of communicating. I FaceTime my mother a lot when we talk on the phone, it’s nice to not only hear her but, see her while we talk about everything that’s going on our lives.

Now is the time where we need to take advantage of what technology provides. Women all over the world have the ability to become successful business owners. HOW GREAT IS THAT? We no longer have to dream about it, but we can live it. I had the honor to talk to Renee Townsend, she is the owner of Backbone America. She helps people focus on their businesses and deliver guidance on how to become a successful entrepreneur. Her interview provided me with extraordinary advice, I couldn’t help but to share what I’ve learned. Continue reading “Backbone in America”