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Leslie Truex

Leslie200Ever wish you had a different career? One that nurtured your soul and let you live the life you’ve always dreamed? I did too and I made it happen. I can help you make it happen too!

My goal is to help you find or create a career you love and design a life that excites you. I know what it’s like to want more time for family and personal pursuits. I know what it’s like to count every penny only to discover there aren’t enough to cover the bills. In an effort to overcome these challenges, I tried everything from selling real estate to direct sales. Overtime I designed my own career that allows me to do what I want, when I want and how I want. If that’s what you want too, I can help. My goal is to give you the information, tools and motivation to grab life by the horns and take control. So sit back, grab a cup of coffee, check out the site and start plotting your career and life!


Today, my dad turns 70 years old. When I was little, that seemed ancient. Today, 70 is still quite young, especially for my dad who takes good care of himself. Still, that number made me pause. Because my parents were young when I was born, my dad never seemed very old to me. By the time my father was my age, he had a married daughter (and I didn’t marry young). My dad and I joke that we grew up together because he raised me as a single father since I was a toddler. While he probably still...

by ltruex on January 14, 2015

Peace: Word to Live By 2015

Many of my online buddies have forgone goals and instead choose a word to live by each year. Being a concrete person, I thrive on goals. I need that tangible target to shoot for. However, the last few months of 2014, I noticed how annoyed and stressed I was getting at angst and drama in the world (mostly on Facebook). My daughter took the right approach and just stopped participating on Facebook. I can’t really do that as much of my work involves being involved in social media. My challenge...

by ltruex on January 8, 2015

Sing Your Song, Live Your Dreams

No I don’t sing. At least not in public. In this case, I’m referring to Oliver Wendell Holmes’ quote, Many people die with their music still in them. Why is this so? Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live. Before they know it, time runs out. Recently, it has become more important to me to help people realize that they can sing. They have the ability to chart their destiny. I get email or social media messages from people who would like to have a different...

by ltruex on January 1, 2015

Working At Home: Misunderstood and Maligned

Working at home has come a long way since I started in the mid-1990s. Home business owners don’t feel compelled to hide the fact that they’re working from home. Go into any java joint and odds are you’ll see several individuals who are able to work anywhere there is an Internet connection. Even so, working at home is still viewed with suspicion. Did you know that the Better Business Bureau gives every company that is in the business of helping people work at home an F? It doesn’t...

by ltruex on October 21, 2014