Get to Know Karen Wolff

Karen Wolff
Karen Wolff. Photo Credit © Jerry Renner

Background

Born into a family of seven children, Karen was raised in Bismarck, North Dakota. In 1979 she married Steve Wolff, and together they have two children. Amanda, their oldest and a special needs young adult at age 28, is blessed with a heart for helping others. Alex, age 25, is a performing trombonist with the Copper Street Brass Quintet.

Career

Karen was worked in some aspect of business for over 25 years.

She worked in Corporate Employee Benefits Management and has 20 years of marketing, management, and strategic business planning and development.

Writing in various capacities over the years, she recently worked as an independent marketing specialist helping businesses with direct mail copywriting, marketing proposals, business plans, and managing overall business growth.

Currently

As a Christian life coach, Karen specializes in helping Christian women, particularly entrepreneurs and other professional women find more hours in the day, less stress and ways to be happy and productive at work and still make it to their child’s soccer game!

Her first website, www.christian-books-for-women.com, helps Christian women connect their faith with everyday life. She offers lots of great books, practical articles, print and pray prayers, and a place to both offer prayer requests and pray for other Christian women.

Interests

Karen enjoys traveling with her husband, movies, crafts, and spending time with her husband and children.

Unique Challenge

One of Karen’s biggest challenges has been raising a special needs child. Although she and her husband were blessed with a miracle child, born prematurely at 1 pound, 7 ounces, being a special needs parent is a daily struggle to remain focused on the truly important things in life.

Karen Wolff's Ebook

Making life changes is never easy. You start out with good intentions, try hard, and for a while you see success. But then you slip back into old habits. It's not that your desire to change has lessened. It's not that you're not committed to change. So why are those bad habits so hard to break? What is causing you to fail?

Karen Wolff's ebook, A Change of Heart, tells you how those habits got started and how to use your God-given tools to change. Permanently. You can move toward lasting change when you start on the inside and work your way out.

Change of Heart is $10.95 at Christian-Books-for-Women.com.

Also by Karen Wolff

Contact Information:

To contact Karen visit Christian-Books-for-Women.com.