What does it take to be a clear communicator? Claire and guest, Robi Ley, have a spirited discussion of how to get your best thoughts out of your head and onto paper or into clear spoken words.
Robi Ley is the owner and lead communication coach at WordCrafter Consultants. Robi believes that every person has a story. Her business is about helping people tell their story.
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Do we REALLY believe in what we do? Is belief an integral part of your life? In today’s episode, the first in a series, we start our discussion of the BOOTS (believe, overcome, own, trust and serve) method of a belief system.
Robi Ley is the owner and lead communication coach at WordCrafter Consultants. Robi believes that every person has a story. Her business is about helping people tell their story.Post Views: 35
Do you have a full-time job that pays the bills? Do wish you could do something else that would fuel a passion while earning extra money? My guest in this episode is Sue Moore who knows all too well what it means to find a “side hustle” to help s sometimes-depleted bank account.
One of the fastest growing segments in the American workforce are side earners–people who keep their regular, full-time job, and then find something to supplement that income with more. This episode covers:
- How to find these opportunities
- What the typical hurdles might be
- Gives you some ideas on how much you can make
- Describes what your daily routine might be like
“Side Hustle Sue” Moore is a “recovering banker” who successfully transitioned from the financial services world into this fast-growing segment of earners. She loves to tell her interesting story and is an inspiration to those who need that push to get started.Post Views: 73
hile we think of wearable technology strictly in terms of devices for humans, that’s no longer true. Horses are now the beneficiary of advances in sensor technology and the trend is gaining momentum in 2017. There are several new companies jockeying for position in the equine space. PonyUp Technologies is one of these companies, and their technology has features that sets it apart from the rest.
Sharon Caswell has a software engineering background and life-long interest in horses Sharon holds the reins at PonyUp Technologies, which has developed a new device called VetCheq.. Her background in software development, team leadership, product development and marketing gave her all the skills needed to give strategic and tactical guidance for developing a product from scratch.Post Views: 29