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Learn to communicate "What you do" so it can be a beacon for your business

Many women entrepreneurs get totally tongue-tied when asked “What doyou do?” Articulating what you do is the foundation, the cornerstone, the beacon from which a thriving business is built. If you’re struggling to explain what you do and your unique contribution, building your business may feel like pushing a gigantic boulder up a very slippery slope. If you’re going to networking events and people are either pigeon-holing you or not getting your gifts, and you’re ready to change this for good, come hear Lynn give you the top 3 reasons to create a super narrow niche and how to do just that!

 Lynn Kirkham - The Chief Inspiration Officer of Yes, You Can Speak! Lynn spent 25 years as a top ranking printing industry sales executive, then spent three years volunteering and helping children and animals around the world. This complete life reinvention lead her to become an inspirational speaker and amazingly empowering speaking coach. She is dedicated to creating a platform for women to authentically speak with clarity, confidence and connection in front of a room, or in any stressful situation.

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  • Aileen C. Jong, L.

    Still resonates with me & reminds me to be more on topic to be a beacon for my business

    1 · November 22, 2013

  • Alpa S.

    This was such a great topic! I learned so much and it was great to hear everyone else's thoughts!

    1 · November 12, 2013

  • Maryann B.

    Great start to an important topic. Lynn provided excellent value and fellow attendees were awesome too :)

    1 · November 12, 2013

  • Vera F.

    Truly wonderful session. Thank you Lynn, Jamie, and everyone else!

    1 · November 12, 2013

  • Sally C.

    What a great session - Lynn was an inspiring speaker and generous with her wisdom.

    1 · November 12, 2013

  • Anna W.

    My little one is sick, so won't make it. Bummer, I would have loved to attend, this is something that I need to work on! See you next time!

    November 12, 2013

  • Aileen C. Jong, L.

    It's a maybe. Hope my earlier meeting won't end too late so I can join you.

    November 11, 2013

  • Marina

    I have a meeting in Palo Alto that ends at 10am so I will arrive a few minutes after you start. Looking forward to joining you.

    November 8, 2013

  • Johanna Mansor, C.

    Oh bummer! Sounds like a very interesting topic and I would love to go but I already have something scheduled. My calendar is usually booked solid one month in advance (juggling business, family and personal commitments) so more advance notice for future events would be greatly appreciated :-)

    November 6, 2013

    • Jamie R.

      Johanna, yes, sorry, this one was fairly short notice. We will work on that in the future!

      November 8, 2013

  • Patricia D.

    Lynn is fabulous and I'd love to go to this, but I have a commitment at my son's school on Tues. morning. I hope to go to one of these events soon.

    November 7, 2013

  • Vera F.

    Sounds fantastic! I'll be bringing my 4-month-old daughter.

    1 · November 5, 2013

  • Sally C.

    Sounds like a great session, I'm looking forward to it!

    November 5, 2013

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