When it comes to building or growing your business, “hope is not a strategy,” says Tory Johnson. As the CEO of Spark and Hustle and a weekly contributor to ABC’s “Good Morning America,” she has talked to thousands of business owners across the country.
In our free teleclass Sept. 24, Tory shared the tips she’s learned from successful women entrepreneurs including: (more…)
There’s no such thing as small talk! Learn how to find where our lives connect and take a fresh look at conference networking in this video, which explains why you should ask, and answer, five important questions before attending a conference:
1. Why am I going?
2. What is the bigger picture?
3. Who can help?
4. What do I need to learn?
5. Who can I tell?
You’ll learn how to engage before, during and after the event; use social media and other technology tools; be prepared mentally; be solution-focused and turn those hashtags into handshakes!
Video by Mike Bruny (@ambassadorbruny), speaker, life coach, author, bow-tie model and creator of the online course: The New Art of Conference Networking: #Hashtags To Handshakes™ . www.TheNewArtOfConferenceNetworking.com.
by Tory Johnson
Before you worry that this is oh-so-complicated—a task that only high-priced pros are equipped to tackle—relax. Branding isn’t brain surgery and you can master yours in no time, which is a must if you want to build a truly successful business.
Consider how often you pick up a box on a store shelf because the packaging catches your eye. Or how often you click on a link because you find the associated image inviting. Think of the times you listen carefully to a commercial because of a funny or intriguing tagline. (more…)
by Liz Lynch
Attending conferences that attract large numbers of people is a great way to make the connections you need to grow your business. Gatherings like the Massachusetts Conference for Women are unique opportunities to meet and learn from others who are passionate about the same goals that fascinate you. (more…)
What would you do if you knew you could not fail? That’s the question our keynote Brené Brown posed on Katie Couric’s new talk show this week. Brené says that daring to make yourself feel vulnerable can change the way we live and love. And she promises us that she’s not overselling the impact being vulnerable can have on your life.
Her new book “Daring Greatly” is getting a huge response! Don’t miss Brené Brown’s keynote at the Dec. 6 Massachusetts Conference for Women, and let us know: What would YOU do if you knew you could not fail?