Learn, earn and keep more of what you make in business with increased insight into your money blueprint, the numbers and goal setting.
Did you know that the number of wealthy women in the U.S. is growing twice as fast as the number of wealthy men? In fact, 45% of American millionaires are women and 60% of high-net-worth women have earned their own fortunes. Some estimate that by 2030, women will control as much as two-thirds of the nation’s wealth.
Are you looking for a piece of the action?
In this provocative and interactive workshop, participants will examine what they truly want from their business and their life. Small business is personal. Examining both business and quality of life objectives, and demystifying the numbers game provides a transformative foundation for increasing sales and profitability. In the new millennium, women can and are having it all.
Dr. Deborah Osgood is President/CEO of the Knowledge Institute for Small Business Development, specialists in entrepreneurial education, self-employment and small business development. With a unique approach for helping individuals align “who they are” with “what they do”, Deborah has helped millions of individuals to start, grow and succeed in business.
Posted by Amy Kosh on February 25, 2014
We all speak in ways that reflect who we are. The good news is that clients do too.
Learning to recognize how your clients receive and interpret information can help you provide it in a way that makes sense to them.
In this session you will learn the basics of:
What your clients are saying – Learn to observe physiological and language cues to identify the primary way your client interprets information.
How they decide – Ask simple questions to identify how to present information and move your client to a decision. Listen beyond ‘what’ they’re saying to ‘how’ they are saying it.
Tailor your approach – Meet the client in their world. Use the information gained with the tools above to tailor how you provide information to your client so they can hear you best.
This seminar uses principles of how the brain works to make communication easy and effective. Set yourself up for success by creating excellence using these brain-based techniques.
About the presenter
Christine Kelly is the Founder of Balance Business Performance Coaching, and is a professional coach, speaker and seminar leader who has been facilitating change in the business world for the past 15 years. Over the past three years, she has added over 700 hours of professional training and certification in Hypnosis (NGH), Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NFNLP and IIHNLP&H) and Life Coaching (IACT) to her credentials. She has expanded her practice to individuals, teams and leaders and enjoys helping people achieve rapid, lasting change.
Posted by Amy Kosh on January 28, 2014
There are many apps and services that can help automate aspects of a busy life, saving you time and improving your personal and professional workflow.
In this workshop, self-proclaimed “Evernote Evangelist”, Crystal Paradis will introduce Evernote, a powerful backbone to a digital organization and productivity, and other apps and tools such as Dropbox, Skitch, Google Docs, Tweetdeck, Bitly, and IFTTT to make you and your business more organized and efficient.
Crystal Paradis is a writer, content strategist, and active organizer and volunteer. By day, she is Content Strategy/Copywriter at Vital in Portsmouth. She is a co-organizer of TEDxPiscataquaRiver, is the Founder of Portsmouth Breakfast Club, and is on the boards of Discover Portsmouth and Seacoast Social Media. She is a self-proclaimed Portsmouth Enthusiast, and is currently working on a book of Portsmouth history. In her spare time, she likes to attend city council meetings, watch the Red Sox, and play pub trivia.
Find her on Twitter at @laughtercrystal
Posted by Amy Kosh on December 20, 2013