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    Have the courage to do it your way.

    Do you ever get tired of the ‘how successful people do it’ articles and blogs that flood your Facebook reel? Maybe I’m just having a cynical day (it happens, gasp!) but I find these posts somewhat patronizing.
    First of all, if I really wanted to, I could get up at 5am. But I don’t. Also, I […]

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    What do you need to grow?

    Babies need food, love, nurture, security, sleep, and they grow.
    Flowers need water, sunlight, nutrients from the soil, and they grow.
    Businesses need to offer value, connect with customers, nurture relationships, and they grow.
    What do you need to grow?
    Do you need better nutrients, more light, more sleep, more water?
    Do you need to connect more deeply with you inner […]

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    The In-Between

    The In-between – we meet again.
    If you haven’t read about the in-between before, here’s a link to that post: click here
    Now if I didn’t know better, if my experience hadn’t taught me, had I not gained a new perspective along the way, I might assume that I have indeed slipped right back to the beginning; I […]

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    The ‘HOT’ CEO

    Doing business in the ‘new way’, means working with clients that get you, what you’re all about and how you can help them in immeasurable and incredible ways. But, in order to do that, we have to ensure you’re a ‘hot’ CEO, and I’m not talking about your looks. Here’s what I do mean:
    1. You […]

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    Sales Academy for Professional Women

    [ April 18, 2011; 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. ]

    GETTING STUCK IN THE SALES PROCESS AND WANT TO MAKE IT EASIER? ONE DAY WILL CHANGE THE WAY YOU LOOK AT SALES.

    Most female professionals feel discomfort when it comes to sales. They wonder if they are pushing too hard, or not pushing hard enough? They avoid the things they know they should […]

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    Sales Academy for Professional Women

    Ladies – are you ready!?! For four years I’ve been working as a Business Development advisor to women all over North America. To say it’s been a blast is a HUGE understatement. Working with these powerful, courageous women has inspired me each and everyday.
    That said, time and time again the stumbling block that seems to […]

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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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    You’ll See It When You Believe It

    When I nominated myself for the EWomenNetwork 2009 International “Emerging Leader of the Year” award, I was never expecting to win. But when the email came a few months later announcing that I had indeed beat out all the other young, talented women in Vancouver BC and was being flown to Dallas as one of […]

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    Taking NO as graciously as YES

    Look for the fit; don’t force it!
    I was doing a bunch of prospecting for a Trade Mission project that I’m working on and it required me to make a lot of cold calls. I won’t lie and say I LOVE COLD CALLING, because LOVE is a strong word. I love my family, friends, skiing, red […]

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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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