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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

Oct 11, 2018

Julian Rotter's Locus of Control assessment in psychology measures our level of conformity and our achievement motivation. This episode describes the definition, difference, and meaning between an internal locus of control and an external locus of control. It can help you determine if you are in control of your life,...


Sep 25, 2018

Have you surrounded yourself with givers or takers? Do you like, trust, and respect your friends, or do they suck the life out of you? Have you set boundaries that work for you or for them? Learn how to set personal boundaries and why that is important for your success.


Jun 28, 2018

Books to become an entrepreneur are available everywhere. When I first started my business, these 3 entrepreneur books were pivotal in shaping my mindset as an entrepreneur and helping me learn how to become an entrepreneur. They helped me learn how to turn my talents into income so I could build a work-from-home...


Jun 21, 2018

We don't just have to survive, endure, muscle through, or cope with bad circumstances. These 3 techniques will help you change your mindset and think differently so you can turn tough circumstances into past events, not feel sad or depressed, take control of your life, and feel better again.


Mar 30, 2018

If you've found yourself deep down the rabbit hole of social media, or experiencing FOMO (the "Fear of Missing Out") or constantly checking your email inbox and not getting things done, this episode is for you. You'll learn the reason why we tend to submerge ourselves in tasks that take up the whole day but just aren't...