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A Year Without Men with Allison Carmen

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In her latest book, A Year Without Men - A Twelve-Point Guide to Inspire & Empower Women, Allison Carmen uses the events of a harrowing year in her personal and professional life to offer simple, practical tools to help women. She leads women to look within to find their values, morals, passions and work on their skills. Connecting with other women and forge new ways to do business. Together, women can create new ways to earn money, new ways to look at beauty, and many other new ways to be in the world.

Allison Carmen holds a B.A. in accounting, a J.D. of Law, and a Master's of Law in taxation. After working for a large law firm in Manhattan, Allison founded her law firm and built a successful practice. After 15 years of practicing law, she transitioned her practice into business consulting, business coaching, and life coaching. Today, Allison's clients range from owners of multi-million dollar companies to artists, actors, writers, and parents. She is also the author of The Gift of Maybe. Allison is also a blogger for Psychology Today, the Huffington Post, and MindBodyGreen.

She has been featured on NPR and CBS. Oprah Magazine included the concept of Maybe as an example of "mind-blowing new definitions for everyday words" and cited it in their new and improved feature "Dictionary to Enlightenment." Allison's 10 Minutes To Less Suffering podcast focuses on helping people alleviate daily stress and worry. She is the coach-on-call for the New York metropolitan area's podcast AM 970 The Answer. Allison currently serves as the CFO of The Motherhood Center of New York.

Join Allison Carmen and me on Tuesday, August 3, 10 - 11 A.M. CT U.S. We will be having a conversation about her remarkable life's journey and her inspiring and empowering book, A Year Without Men.

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