Dr. K’s Blog2023-03-13T15:03:34-05:00

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This is the place where you’ll find information, wisdom and gain perspective on how to master the Hidden Powers Drivers that can shatter limitations and propel you to your greatest levels of success.

We’ll look at business, marketing, leadership, psychology, peak performance, personal growth, and mind-body health, and how it all works together to help you operate at peak performance more consistently in your business and personal life.

We’ll be providing new and expanded insights and strategies to help you see through the lens of your True Power State and reach your next levels of impact and success.

The Kazlow Method for High Achievers

Listen to this illuminating Sharkpreneur episode with Dr. Fern Kazlow about the Kazlow Method for high achievers. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show: How joining psychology and marketing helps businesses reach peak performance. How high achievers use obstacles and challenges to their advantage. How peak performers act in a way that gets them to a certain point but then they stop. Why people try to make something that is good in a way that is ineffective. Why business owners need to shape their mind, their energy field, their body and their business. "Absolutely incredible... definitely one of my favorites...get to one of her events...experience the genius for yourself." ~ Seth Greene, Host Sharkpreneur, Founder Market Domination LLC

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Breast Cancer: A Journey of Empowerment

This was one of those blog posts that took a while to decide to write. Should I even share this on my site, talk about it publicly... there were many layers to the decision. I'm doing a group I never thought I'd offer: A group for women who want to make their breast cancer journey one of empowerment and unlocking potential. The number of women diagnosed with breast cancer is 1 in 7 (1 in 6 if you have a glass of wine with dinner a few nights a week). With those staggering numbers, it's time for a more potent approach, one that focuses on reducing the incidence, the recurrence, and the devastation of cancer. An approach that forges a true partnership with women and their doctors, and empowers women to embrace their power to heal and grow through the cancer experience. I was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. [...]

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8 Ways to REALLY Have Authenticity in Your Company in Q1

I was interviewed by on Linkedin by Aaron Schmookler: 8 Ways to REALLY Have Authenticity in Your Company in Q1. Great info for Q1 or anytime.

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Another Powerful Woman – A Less Obvious Gift

Today, I want to share the story of another powerful women in my life. A post less fun, but at least as important, to share.
 Yesterday, I posted about my Aunt Luella – a trailblazer, a role model, who makes me smile and inspires me to this day. 
 It was a wonderful trip down memory lane and it sparked fun conversations. It also triggered some more difficult ones...comments publicly and privately saying "I wish I had a role model like that." and people sharing their own stories with me.
 Now, I want to talk about, and thank, my mother.
 She did her best to hold me back, get me to follow her path as a stay-at-home mom, or maybe a teacher. She tried to stop me from taking risks, being a disruptor, challenging the status quo. She tried valiantly to stop me from making waves (ok, sometimes they [...]

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On this International Women’s Day

On this International Women's Day, I want to thank my grandmother's sister, my Aunt Luella. She was a woman of adventure, the first in our family to be a "career women." The only female in a family of 11 children to forge a different path...one of her own choosing.
 Her life was beyond glamorous to me. Aunt Luella traveled the world, often venturing out on her own in exotic places. She was daring, sneaking bibles into countries where it was forbidden – and dangerous. 

Aunt Luella was a colorful character and always danced to her own drum. My aunt, together with her husband, Uncle Bob, moved away from her sisters and brothers living in the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn, to a fabulous apartment on 57th Street in NYC. Visiting her there was the beginning of my dream to someday live in Manhattan.
 Aunt Louella was by far my [...]

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How to move on after a friendship breakup

No one is perfect, including you, but that doesn’t mean you should beat yourself up over what went wrong. Dr. Fern Kazlow explains, “While it’s valuable to take responsibility for your part in the breakup, don’t create a story that gets you stuck or portrays you in a way that diminishes you.” [...]

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We All Run a Media Company. Here’s How to Do It Effectively.

"While dealing with bullies and trolls can be difficult, you get to choose how you react, the meaning you give these situations, and whether you let them derail you. This can sometimes be traumatic, but working through these challenges provides an opportunity to become stronger, more resilient, and ultimately, more successful," [...]

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