Devon Grilly, Coach on Fire: “Find Your Authentic “NO”” – Tips for identifying the things that are draining you & accelerating the burnout cycle.
Nicole Lewis – Joy Warrior: Be “Kid-Like” – Smile – Play
~~ Creating JOY in your everyday life can be developed as a new habit.
Lynell Masterson: Counselor and Healer. Confidence: It’s Not What You Think. Cultivating confidence is being ok with imperfection.
Leveraging the powerful connection between insight, clarity and creativity and its impact on your business growth.
Long before the over-scheduled work-week & isolating days of social media, women lived in cultures where they supported one another in all aspects of life.
In today’s disconnected & demanding world, how does one find a tribe? Here are some suggestions.
Pay attention to the energies around you.
Let it all go in order to find Freedom and Flow.
We can all embrace our authenticity – Lean in to what we truly are.
3 parts to your compelling message (elevator speech):
1: WHO: Who do you work with? You can’t be too general, nor can you be too specific. Look for the commonality in your current ideal clients and use that as your target.
2: PROBLEM: What are the problems you solve for your clients?
3: RESULTS: What are the results of working with you?
Rise above the noise – digital marketing strategy -Susan Finn interviews Tricia White, brand strategist – topic: personal branding for business growth.
Tip # 1: Assume your angels are always guiding you.
Tip #2: Cultivate a habit of asking…with these 5 key ingredients
Tip #3: If it’s not a yes, it’s a no
Beth Knaus- custom content strategist with That’s a Spade – discusses the importance of being confident, clear, and factual when creating online content.
Chantelle Davis-Gray highlights the most important elements to keep in mind when creating or updating your website in order to attract and convert clients.
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