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Check out these reviews from our BFFs
(Busy Family & Friends).


Judge Mablean Ephriam

Justice with Judge Mablean.

"Motivating, educating, stimulating, and entertaining are just a few words that help describe Wendy McKinney's new book, Busy Doing What? Women are often referred to as superwomen and are always busing doing a million things. Busy Doing What? suggests that you, the reader, should be busy doing what you love, being a blessing to others and making the world a better place. These concepts are reinforced throughout the colorful chapters. This book will make you laugh as you are uplifted. Busy Doing What? affirms that we should be busy getting things done while living our best life. Join the experience. Get your copy today!"

Ken Blanchard

Coauthor of The New One Minute Manager and Simple Truths of Leadership.

“I'm a raving fan of Wendy McKinney. Her warm energy comes through in every line of her new book, Busy Doing What? Wendy is passionate about making every moment count in life and wants to inspire you to feel the same. I especially liked her chapter on how to say no - so helpful for a people pleaser like me. Your time on Earth is precious - make the most of it! Read Busy Doing What? and catch the feeling!"

Stedman Graham

New York Times best-selling author, educator and business advisor.

"Everyone has the same 24 hours each day to execute their individual process for success. In Busy Doing What? Wendy carefully crafts concepts and tools to help provide you with the motivation and confidence to prioritize and understand what's really important. I enjoyed it tremendously and so will you!"
Blue Skies and Yellow Fields

"Great interview. I can't wait to get my book. A lot of what you say absolutely resonates with me. I have no desire or patience to lead others though, so my objectives are different. Listening to you helped me reflect on that. I have always been in survival mode with a goal of taking care of me because there is no one else to do it. That makes planning next steps interesting. Congratulations! I think your reflections will be helpful to lots of people!"

Sandra C.


"Wendy, you continue to inspire and amaze me. Loved the interview and can't wait to read the book. I forwarded it to several relatives who are 'busy'. Proud of you, kid!"

Eleanor A.

"Oh my goodness, I listened to the replay and it is so good!!! Lots of nuggets and helpful information."

Kecia E. 





"I'm reaching out to share how much I enjoyed your book.

Due to my age, I've learned many of the lessons you present in your book - and I learned them the hard way!! What struck me was the number of "parallel" learning experiences in our lives.

When I was a 40-year-old single mom with two kids and not much else to my name, I started a career from nothing and used many of your precepts to become a successful businesswoman. And guess whose words and mantras I often used? Zig Ziglar! And your Mark Twain quote about "Sail away from the safe harbor" made me think about the Hopi prophecy which has guided my way:


Here is a river, flowing now very fast. It is so great and swift that there are those who will be afraid;
willing to cling to the shore. They are being torn apart and will suffer greatly.

Know, that the river has its’ destination.’ The elders say, ‘Let go of the shore.
Push our way into the middle and keep our heads above water.’ They also say, ‘See who is there with you and celebrate.
At this time in history, the time of the lone wolf is over. Gather yourselves.
Banish the word struggle from your vocabulary. All that we do now must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration;
for we are the ones we have been waiting for.


Not to mention: I was a gymnast in high school, I stayed in a marriage that was wrong for 24 years (like your friend the wedding planner), I have two biological children and a bonus child....oh my....


What also struck me is the many similarities between what you teach and what we place importance at Just in Time - The One Thing, the "Why," Curiosity (What if?), having a Plan, the critical need for friends to be cheerleaders and to keep us accountable. I see a number of ways that your book could be a primer for our services (especially sections on procrastination, SLEEP, the power of One, and saboteurs (are you aware of PQ - one of our assessment tools?)

I plan to share your book with our Leadership Team and looking forward to seeing all the ways JIT can benefit from this amazing resource.


Kudos and congratulations to you for a huge achievement!"

Check out this review from our BUSY friend, Diane C.


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