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Journey to Balancing Your Life

Journey to Balancing Your Life

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May 25th 2017:Perfecting Your Life and Work Balance

The pursuit of a life and work balance often seems out of reach. The desire to be self-efficient has to be weighed against depending on others. The temptations of success have to be balanced with family obligations. Bonita Clifton and Julia Glyde join Brandy to discuss how they has balanced her life and work. Together, they will explore the definition of success, managing when life throws you twists and setting boundaries as a single mom.

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Bonita Clifton

Bonita Clifton was born and raised in Marin. Both her mother and father were born and raised in San Francisco. She graduated from Redwood High School, went to College of Marin and Santa Rosa Junior College. She has spent the last 26 years as a mortgage professional, while raising her two beautiful daughters. She is a self-reliant, self-employed woman who is devoted to family. Bonita taught herself about earning money, saving money and preparing for retirement. The most recent three years she has the honor and pleasure of sharing her profession with her daughter, and partner, Reina Brabant. Currently living in Sonoma County and working in Marin, Bonita still finds time to ride her motorcy
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Julia Glyde

Julia Glyde is a Motivational Speaker and Expert Speaker Trainer. She has been entertaining and inspiring audiences for over 30 years. She started her entertainment career at the early age of thirteen as an equestrian stunt rider and trick roper. In her early twenties she formed her own band, recorded three bilingual music CD’s and toured for several years. In her early thirties she became the spokesperson for a major California Casino and appeared on numerous television and radio shows. Alongside her entertainment career, in her forties Julia founded a Non-Profit Animal Rescue Organization and rescued and rehomed over 1,000 homeless pets. At age 46, after spending three years in career
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