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    Start Up Secrets

    [ September 21, 2011; 5:45 pm to 8:00 pm. ] Starting a business doesn’t have to be hard if you get the fundamentals in place right off the bat. Heather White, Business Coach and Advisor will share the secrets to Start Up Success for the Dress for Success Vancouver chapter.

    Where: BC Hydro auditorium, 333 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver BC.

    Limited space is available. To register, please call […]

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    Pink Tank: Branding Yourself

    [ July 20, 2011; 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] Please reserve Wednesday, July 20th for the next event!

    The event will be hosted at the Dermalogica Training Centre and will be featuring Heather White as our special guest speaker for the evening talking about the Importance of Branding Yourself – Both Personally and Professionally.

    For those of you who have not had the pleasure of meeting […]

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    Don’t get Uninvited to the Social Media Party

    Would you go to a dinner party and announce upon arrival “Hi everyone, thanks for inviting me to the party, I don’t care about any of you, and please don’t talk to me,  I’m just here to tell you what I think and to show off my new dress!”???
    I hope not!!
    And yet I often here […]

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    Collaboration is the Key

    I was recently interviewed for an upcoming article about female entrepreneurship, here’s one of their stellar questions and my response. I’d love to use this as a starting off point for a much needed conversation. Add your thoughts and comments please!
    What is the best way for women to support each other?
    My response:
    Stop competing and start […]

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    Three Simple Words

    I was staring at one of my vision boards this morning and noticed a little card, the size of a business card, with three words written on it.  I wish I could give credit to whomever came up with them, but, for some reason I didn’t note the source.  Suffice to say, these are not […]

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    Growing or Dying?

    In my many years of study under the incredible Bob Proctor there was always one underlying lesson that governed all others. There are only two directions that any living organism can venture: towards growth or towards death. Every once and a while it’s important to take a step back in order to clearly identify what people […]

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    Throw a dart!

    Whenever I teach goal setting I always tell the participants that no matter what your goal is you have to put a date on it.  I call this step in the process, throwing a dart out there.  I call it that because we don’t always know exactly how much time will be required for us […]

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    Don’t Assume

    I was meeting with a client last week who gave me permission to share this story as an important lesson to entrepreneurs/business owners about making assumptions.
    This gal is a successful health care practitioner who had been working with a new client for a couple of weeks. They had been doing the initial assessment work in […]

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    Success is not a Thing!

    “Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.” – Earl Nightengale
    Being an over achiever I have always been interested in rising to the top, but, looking back, I had a very skewed image of what success was. I thought success was a thing, a destination, a finish line. I thought success was […]

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    To do or not to do?

    I recently re-read, for I think the 4th time, Timothy Ferriss’s phenomenal book “The 4-Hour Workweek” which is packed cover to cover with concepts and ideas that are imperitive for ensuring you are living the life you choose. If you’ve been entertaining ideas of a different life than the one you lead today what’s […]

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