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KIDS CORNER: What are our little people up to?

Some of my favorite people call me "GiGi"

“Grandchildren are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation.” – Lois Wyse

Reginald Carter

Reggie has written his first book.  Take a look or listen by clicking the link above. 

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Loving life, family and travel! 

My name is Alice Moore, I have over 20 years of experience working for the Superior Court of California. While overseeing the day to day operations including staff and providing many levels of customer service, I quickly learned that time management was the key. Interruptions came often, unexpected and daily. Which meant, I had to get tasks done while I was in control of my time and while being mindful of it. Although I really loved working in the judicial system, I left California, moved to Texas and decided I would start my own business and utilize the skills I developed working for the courts to help busy entrepreneurs and small business owners, with their day to day operations and mentoring for success. 

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