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Stress levels are through the roof as Entrepreneurs learn to balance working from while having their kids 24/7 and being their teachers as well. LaTasha shares ways that you can alleviate that stress and still get work done at the same time.
Tasha Cooper is an advocate for the voiceless. Upon obtaining her bachelor’s degree in Psychology, she started helping first-generation college-bound students get into college by serving as admissions counselor for several Universities and Community Organizations. It was her belief that education was the equalizer and was what would give back a person’s voice in the world. She later came to understand that children who suffer from learning difficulties or mental health challenges are often gifted in their own ways but lack the voice to share their talents. As a result, she dedicated herself to the field of special education as a School Psychologist.
Tasha Cooper is married to Dr. Len Cooper who started his career as an educator as well. They both shared a common crusade to help those that could be considered the “unexpected winner”. Along with her husband, Tasha Cooper helps to run a business that pays out north of $300,000 every month. Her goal is to help 10X that number by 2025.
EP 195 – How To Speak Attractively To Potential Clients and Customers PT2 With Kim Thompson-Pinder and Juanita Wootton-Radko
In part two Kim & Juanita continue their series on how to communicate in a way that is attractive to potential clients and customers. In this part the rest of the ten speaking faux pas that entrepreneurs make.
In today’s episode, The Authority Gang share the ins and outs of selling with confidence and are you giving too much information instead of asking for the sale.
On today’s Writer’s Workshop episode, Juanita shares how to make your writing interesting and so delicious that readers can’t help but finish it.
Kim does a workshop on the power of podcasting in your business and how it positions you as the expert in your niche and builds and audience at the same time.
EP 191 – How To Speak Attractively To Potential Clients and Customers PT1 With Kim Thompson-Pinder and Juanita Wootton-Radko
Kim & Juanita start a two-part series on how to communicate in a way that is attractive to potential clients and customers. In part one they talk about how first impressions count and three of the 10 speaking faux pas that entrepreneurs make.
In today’s episode, Samantha King from The Authority Tribe joins Kim for part 2 about creating that first digital product for your business and how to do it. This is a recording of a Facebook live they did together.
Fempire Builders founder and CEO, Samantha King, has balanced multiple roles and careers in her life – and succeeded in every single one. Her ability to see and encourage the potential in others has led to the success of Fempire Builders.
Now Samantha’s aim is to motivate and plant the seeds of success in other female entrepreneurs across Canada!
To get her free giveaway go to www.bit.ly/fempirefreeguide
In today’s episode, Samantha King from The Authority Tribe joins Kim to talk about creating that first digital product for your business and how to do it. This is a recording of a Facebook live they did together.
Co-Host Juanita and Kim continue their conversation on what it takes to have an International Best-Seller and that is marketing. They will share what book marketing is and the basics of a book launch.
In today’s episode, Kim, Krystle, Samantha and Carol talk about growing your business and how you are going to get uncomfortable if you want to move to the next level. Carol shares her Empowering Questions that help you to overcome any obstacle you face.
We use several compound words on a daily basis. They’re all around us: on buildings, people’s names and even the food we eat! Sometimes compound words have hyphens… how do we know when to draw the line?