What we're about

Each month we come together to discuss a topic that helps us with our businesses and/or in our personal lives. As women, we need to find the right work/life balance and we can help. Whether you have a hobby and thinking about starting a business or actually have one, this group is for you. Learn from other ladies who have been there done that, some of which has been wrong! Big business or small, in business or not, come and join us every third Tuesday for a morning of fun and fellowship! We're more than "just" networking!

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Women's Homebased Business Networking Sharing Passion & Purpose

Each month we discuss a topic led by Toni Allison with input from the group. We ask for a donation of $2 and food and drink are on you. You are welcome to bring your products to sell and business cards to pass around. We believe in sharing and helping each other start or grow your business. We're about supporting all women in business, therefore, we're not exclusive to one type. There is enough business for all of us! This month's topic is: Knowing who you're selling to.... a Lion, Beaver, Otter or a Golden Retriever! When it comes to personality profiles, most have heard of Myers- Briggs, Ned Herrmann’s Whole Brain, Galen’s four temperaments, DiSC assessment, and the Keirsey Temperament Sorter. One of the lesser-known profiles, but just as insightful, was developed by Dr. Gary Smalley and Dr. John Trent. They base their personalities around animal characteristics. Not only are these entertaining but they are very easy for children to grasp as well. My wife and I often find ourselves saying, “that person sure is a ‘beaver,'” or “you’re such a ‘lion- otter.'” While these personality types are certainly broad categories, I find them very easy to remember and communicate. This is extremely beneficial when dealing with family members, employees, and/or people in general. Knowing their temperaments can make the home, work environment, meetings, and projects run much smoother. Come prepared to learn and laugh.... a lot! Feel free to bring guests!

Women's Homebased Business Networking Sharing Passion & Purpose

Each month we discuss a topic led by Toni Allison with input from the group. We ask for a donation of $2 and food and drink are on you. You are welcome to bring your products to sell and business cards to pass around. We believe in sharing and helping each other start or grow your business. We're about supporting all women in business, therefore, we're not exclusive to one type. There is enough business for all of us! This month's topic is: Knowing who you're selling to.... a Lion, Beaver, Otter or a Golden Retriever! When it comes to personality profiles, most have heard of Myers- Briggs, Ned Herrmann’s Whole Brain, Galen’s four temperaments, DiSC assessment, and the Keirsey Temperament Sorter. One of the lesser-known profiles, but just as insightful, was developed by Dr. Gary Smalley and Dr. John Trent. They base their personalities around animal characteristics. Not only are these entertaining but they are very easy for children to grasp as well. My wife and I often find ourselves saying, “that person sure is a ‘beaver,'” or “you’re such a ‘lion- otter.'” While these personality types are certainly broad categories, I find them very easy to remember and communicate. This is extremely beneficial when dealing with family members, employees, and/or people in general. Knowing their temperaments can make the home, work environment, meetings, and projects run much smoother. Come prepared to learn and laugh.... a lot! Feel free to bring guests!

Women's Homebased Business Networking Sharing Passion & Purpose

Each month we discuss a topic led by Toni Allison with input from the group. We ask for a donation of $2 and food and drink are on you. You are welcome to bring your products to sell and business cards to pass around. We believe in sharing and helping each other start or grow your business. We're about supporting all women in business, therefore, we're not exclusive to one type. There is enough business for all of us! This month's topic is: Knowing who you're selling to.... a Lion, Beaver, Otter or a Golden Retriever! When it comes to personality profiles, most have heard of Myers- Briggs, Ned Herrmann’s Whole Brain, Galen’s four temperaments, DiSC assessment, and the Keirsey Temperament Sorter. One of the lesser-known profiles, but just as insightful, was developed by Dr. Gary Smalley and Dr. John Trent. They base their personalities around animal characteristics. Not only are these entertaining but they are very easy for children to grasp as well. My wife and I often find ourselves saying, “that person sure is a ‘beaver,'” or “you’re such a ‘lion- otter.'” While these personality types are certainly broad categories, I find them very easy to remember and communicate. This is extremely beneficial when dealing with family members, employees, and/or people in general. Knowing their temperaments can make the home, work environment, meetings, and projects run much smoother. Come prepared to learn and laugh.... a lot! Feel free to bring guests!

Women's Homebased Business Networking Sharing Passion & Purpose

Each month we discuss a topic led by Toni Allison with input from the group. We ask for a donation of $2 and food and drink are on you. You are welcome to bring your products to sell and business cards to pass around. We believe in sharing and helping each other start or grow your business. We're about supporting all women in business, therefore, we're not exclusive to one type. There is enough business for all of us! This month's topic is: Knowing who you're selling to.... a Lion, Beaver, Otter or a Golden Retriever! When it comes to personality profiles, most have heard of Myers- Briggs, Ned Herrmann’s Whole Brain, Galen’s four temperaments, DiSC assessment, and the Keirsey Temperament Sorter. One of the lesser-known profiles, but just as insightful, was developed by Dr. Gary Smalley and Dr. John Trent. They base their personalities around animal characteristics. Not only are these entertaining but they are very easy for children to grasp as well. My wife and I often find ourselves saying, “that person sure is a ‘beaver,'” or “you’re such a ‘lion- otter.'” While these personality types are certainly broad categories, I find them very easy to remember and communicate. This is extremely beneficial when dealing with family members, employees, and/or people in general. Knowing their temperaments can make the home, work environment, meetings, and projects run much smoother. Come prepared to learn and laugh.... a lot! Feel free to bring guests!

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