King, Chris; Ruth, Dianna; Holder, Robyn
March 2007
NAFE Magazine;Spring2007, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p40
The article features various women professionals and the turning points in their professional and personal lives. Aerobic instructor Chris King deviated from the teaching style of his principal co-instructor to use her own approach to teaching. Dianna Ruth, owner of a diaper bag business, realized that hardship is a prerequisite for a successful business. Robyn Holden decided to approach her daughter as a friend to overcome communication barriers.


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