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Joanne’s contrarian approach often goes against the prevailing winds and even the philosophies of other speakers sharing the stage with her. Joanne’s energetic presentation style and actionable content provide audiences with a foundation to challenge what they hear in the blogosphere about how technology is changing how they should connect with prospects. Make her the most memorable speaker at your next event!
Your sales processes need an overhaul. Now is the time to do it. There’s an old story about a young girl whose mother always cut the ends off of a ham before putting it in the roasting pan. One day the little girl asked her mother why she did this. The mother thought...
Get those quarters and celebrate women! I was over-the-top excited to learn that the U.S. Mint is releasing five new coins a year between 2022 and 2025—all with women on the quarters. The American Women Quarters Program will celebrate the accomplishments and...
Even slow progress is worth celebrating. In the late 18th century, women had a 1 in 20 chance of dying in childbirth, and one-third of their children died before age 3. Wealthy women spent their days in nurseries and drawing rooms, and poor women did whatever menial...