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I spoke to a member recently who recounted what I believe to be a great business story. To grow her client base, she sent an email to ten contacts with whom she had a strong, well-established relationship, letting them know she was looking to grow her client base. She also explained a little bit about the type of work for which she was looking. Read more
At a recent new member orientation, members learned nine ways to make the most of their membership within the first ninety days. They don’t all involve attending events. Take a look at the list below and see what fits your business and your schedule. Read more
Were you one of the 90 people who attended the State of the Network Breakfast on January 30? If so, then you shared in the energy of that day. All thanks to you – our members, teams, Board of Directors and staff: without you, we wouldn’t have a network! Read more
On January 30, 2014, SSWBN will host our annual State of the Network breakfast. Attendees will hear about new initiatives for 2014 and meet new contacts. In addition, we’re trying something new – resource tables.
The resource tables provide our members with an opportunity to market their business and an opportunity to meet a few of the businesses who can help support their personal or professional goals.
Resource tables are topic focused with 3 complimentary businesses at each. Read more
Boy, do I feel motivated and ready to take on the world. This past week I had the pleasure of taking part in our Building Business retreat down at the Inn on Onset Bay along with ten other women, facilitated by our very own Jacquie Collins of Partnering for Performance. I have got to tell you, this was the best time and money I have spent on myself and my business in a very long time. Read more
Each the month the SSWBN Executive Director shares thoughts and inspiration in a monthly column. This month Stacey Shipman wants to know: What would you do if you weren’t afraid?
In the early chapters of Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In, she asks: What would you do if you weren’t afraid?
I know … it forces you to dig deep. Read more