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American Women in Business

Turn your expertise into a successful work from home business, while honoring your values of God, family, and country.

Dr. Ann Vertel, is an entrepreneur, business psychologist, 20-year Naval Officer, and the Founder of American Women In Business™, the premier work at home coaching and training program for women who value faith, family, and freedom. Learn more at https://AnnVertel.com

Nov 16, 2017

What is imposter syndrome? Also known as the imposter phenomenon, it kicks in every time we try to disrupt the status quo. It matters, because each time we give in to the lies, we lose our ability to be a leader. Learn more at https://www.AnnVertel.com


Nov 2, 2017

If you've ever wondered, "what is my passion?" or "how do I find my passion?" or maybe you just feel stuck, this is the episode for you.

I’ll challenge you, encourage you, and help you dig deep into patterns and behaviors that will help you open up to what you have been designed to do!

You have a distinct set of...


Oct 26, 2017

Want to know how to network if you're an introvert? It's easier than you think when you pivot your definition of networking. It’s natural, as human beings, to want to belong. 

When walking into a group of strangers, it’s easy to get wrapped up in our own fears, anxiety, thoughts, and imagination.

Which is exactly...


Oct 18, 2017

Becoming anti-fragile isn't just our capacity to stand there and take the slings and arrows of life, it's the power and agility in which we respond that helps up be more resilient. We don't have a limited amount of resilience and that's good news.

Because when bad things happen, our resilience doesn’t have to tap...


May 11, 2017

Counselors use a powerful skill in getting their clients to talk about issues that are painful, scary, or deeply personal. It is called a "reflection of feeling." When you reflect back to someone what they are feeling, you meet them right where they are emotionally. You've connected with them, they don't feel quite so...