The Entrepreneurial Stories Series Launch!

The Entrepreneurial Stories Series

Today I am soooo excited to announce the launch of my Entrepreneurial Stories Series on LinkedIn!

This has been a labour of love where I enjoyed chatted with lots of entrepreneurs who are showing so much grit as they grind and grow in their respective professions.

I’m inviting you to click on this link: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/introducing-rick-altman-host-presentation-summit-gale-e-weithers to participate in Chapter 1 where we chat with Rick Altman, host of the Presentation Summit and who can be found at www.betterpresenting.com.

Rick is funny, vastly knowledgeable about all things involving presentation skills and best of all loves to chat! Hope you enjoy this conversation as much I did. Stay tuned for Chapter 2 which comes out next week Wednesday.

Introducing: Ambassador Joan H. Underwood, Managing Director & Principal Consultant, Underwood Talent Development Services (UTDS) Inc., Barbados

We are super excited to be launching Chapter 14 of our #Entrepreneurial Stories Series project!

So get that cup of tea or coffee or smoothie or whatever is needed to get your day off to a roaring start (could be a glass of wine as well!) as we take a quick moment to sit down for a chat with Ambassador Joan H. Underwood, Managing Director & Principal Consultant of Underwood Talent Development Services (UTDS) Inc., operating out of the beautiful island of Barbados.

Read all about Joan’s story here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/introducing-ambassador-joan-h-underwood-managing-talent-weithers

HOW TO MAKE MONDAY MAGIC: TELL YOUR STORY!

“Once upon a time, in a land far away, there lived a princess in a grand palace surrounded by wicked witches and wizards.

The King, an astute businessman with the Queen always by his side, feared for his daughter’s safety. After some thought he instructed the kingdom’s advisors to set up companies which would employ the witches and wizards, allowing them to creatively channel their magic into doing work that would benefit the kingdom.

At first all went well, but the witches and wizards found the work boring and tedious. Their department heads referred to them as magical minions, failed to train, motivate or empower them to make decisions, and mainly left them to their own devices.

Read more here: https://tinyurl.com/y6hsrmjc

Introducing: Janice Sutherland, CEO of This Woman Can

It was a pleasure interviewing Janice Sutherland who is definitely proving that women can do whatever they put their minds too.

Learn what can happen when you resign from a job without a backup plan while embracing the fact that you will survive anyway.

Read Janice’s story here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/introducing-janice-sutherland-ceo-woman-can-gale-e-weithers