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Ivy Allen Bio Ivy is a stand for people living an extraordinary life. As a human resources professional for over 15 years, Ivy has worked for fortune 500 companies and a prominent university. After extensive training and experiences in both a corporate and higher education setting in the areas of human resources management, career management, employee relations, and training, she chose to work with people to move them forward, preferring to be proactive in her training and coaching rather than reactive. Ms. Allen coaches via phone or from her base of operations in Columbia, MD. While her coaching ranges from self-care to entrepreneurship, the primary focus of her coaching is love; that is love of self, love for your life, and finding and sustaining the loves of your life; or said another way growing in your power, finding your purpose, and living with passion. Ivy Allen believes that through self empowerment, you can attract and enhance the loves of your life; whether it’s a career, a commitment, or a companion. Ivy is a graduate of an international coaching school CoachU, Inc., and a certified Life Coach. She enjoys her beautiful daughter, Amira, family and friends, coaching partnerships and alliances, developing and leading seminars, and is always in the pursuit of extraordinary living! A lover of dance (especially salsa), good food, music, adventure, and most especially a lover of dessert, Ivy can be found just about anywhere being who she was born to be; inspiration, empowerment , and love.

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Ten Things to Appreciate About Men

One of the things that definitely has changed and is changing my mind set in life, is staying in a state of appreciation. Appreciation for the NOW!  Whatever is happening right now is perfect!  There’s some – thing in every-thing to appreciate,...

/ May 2, 2013
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10 Things to Appreciate about Being Single

Human beings always want what they don’t have instead of appreciating what they’ve got.  We are always focused on our lack of something instead of our abundance of something.  We always want what someone else has instead of enjoying what...

/ April 6, 2013