Telecommuting Psychosis: From Surviving to Thriving While Working in Your Pants with Dr Frieda Wiley
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CHICAGO - illiNews -- Inspire, inform, improve, impact, and uplift are the keywords for the "A Sip of Inspiration Podcast" Telecommuting Psychosis: From Surviving to Thriving While Working in Your Pajama Pants with Dr. Frieda Wiley

Produced and hosted by Stephanie E. Wilson-Coleman, Ph.D., author, inspirational speaker, Founder, and CEO of The Champagne Connection, Inc., this episode, Telecommuting Psychosis with Dr. Frieda Wiley.

Dr. Frieda Wiley is a licensed pharmacist-turned-freelance medical writer and medical journalist who has written for O, The Oprah Magazine, US News & World Report, Merck, and the National Institutes of Health. She was recently based in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.

In this book, Dr. Wiley shares her fool-proof tips on how to manage your time, be more productive, set healthy professional boundaries, and protect (and possibly improve) your physical and emotional health. She also shares the research to support it. Whether you're a single Generation X-er or a busy parent managing a household, this book offers solutions for everyone to thrive in a remote environment.

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Wilson-Coleman, the host of A Sip of Inspiration Podcast, is the author of Self-Esteem Your Superpower: Ways Parents Can Improve Children's Self-Esteem, which helps explain some of the causes of low self-esteem in children and various techniques to develop positive self-esteem in children, among others.

The Champagne Connection and A Sip of Inspiration Podcast will take you on a journey that is guaranteed to change your life.

Through the Champagne Connection, Stephanie Wilson-Coleman continues to share how she has overcome some of life's most challenging events, including teen pregnancy and temporarily homeless, to become a financial expert with an MBA from the University of Chicago.


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