Shine Now! Magazine September/October Issue Issue 4 Volume 1 - Page 2

Shine Now! Magazine SEPTEMBER 2016 Entrepreneur Exchange Group, LLC 111 E. Kirby Street Detroit, MI 48141 Contents Contributors..................................................................p4 3 Leadership Lessons for the Culinary Kitchen & Recipe for 9-1-1 Chocolate Mousse Cake Dolores Lee...................................................................p10 How to be a Healthy CEO: Leadership,You and Your Health Aida Cirino-Lee...........................................................p16 Tel: (313) 986-2921 info@shinenowmag.com shinenowmag.com Being a Leader is more than having the title Catherine Storing........................................................p18 Editor Angeline Lawerence Fighting through Pain to Live on Purpose Angeline Lawrence......................................................p24 Stock Photos: Deposit Photos Pexel Shine Now! Magazine is published monthly by Entrepreneur Exchange Group, LLC and is circulated through Joomag App market. If you would like a printed copy, send us an email editor@shinenowmag.com Please contact us if you would like to add, change or delete any address from our mailing list. Resources: For information on obtaining resources from this and any other issue, please visit: info@shinenowmag.com Subscribe at http://bit.ly/shinenowmag Technology Corner: Using Evernote To Clear Your Mind Samantha Pointer........................................................p20 Leaders Leave a Leadership Legacy LaShawnda Wrice.......................................................p27 Take the Lead: Improve your Market Value and make more Money! Davida Yemi-Akanle...................................................p30 4-Simple Questions to Ask before Selecting a Child Care Center Sylvia White.................................................................p34 Becoming A Virtuous Business Leader Tammy Polk.................................................................p37 Learning How to Lead Up Shelita Winfield...........................................................p40 Leadership: Don’t Do It For the Fame! Dr. LaMonte Prime.....................................................p43 Angeline Lawrence Editor Great leaders train others to be dynamic leaders. Jesus was the perfect example of the true servant-leader who empowered his disciples. He led by example and set the tone for miracles, unshakable faith, and compassion. Our contributors share a blueprint for leaders to improve their health, skills, and values. True leaders step up to challenges and use pressure as a springboard for greatness. Being teachable is a major step to be a leader. If you are unwilling to learn from others, then who will listen to you? Hearing and following the voice of God is pivotal to our growth as leaders. Walking with humility while commanding our God-given authority positions us to be successful leaders.