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Join us for a panel discussion on tips for making the most out of your WESOS membership! You will hear from 3 successful WESOS sisters on how they have used their time with WESOS to successfully grow their clientele, feel supported, and collaborate with others. First, you will meet Dr. Oki Villarreal Borowski, who owns the brick and mortar business, HealthSource of Aurora. Next, you'll learn from Sally Smith of JTM Designs. Sally runs a successful weekly boutique using Facebook. Evie Burke will follow up with her tips for how she has found success in her entrepreneurial coaching business, One Insight Closer.
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*We take every step we can to ensure you feel safe and comfortable in our meeting venue. Please wear a mask to enter the building and when you are up and walking around. The venue is large, which will allow you to sit at your own table should you feel more comfortable doing so.*
11:30-12:00 Arrival & Open Networking. Order Lunch
12:00: Meeting & Presentation Begins
1:30 Meeting Concludes
What to Bring:
1) About 50 business cards
2) Your planner or calendar
3) Something to take notes with/on
3) A friend! Invite them as a guest with your RSVP or encourage them to join our meetup group!
4) Come as you are, be yourself and be open to what is possible!
Important to know:
Please be aware, we your value your RSVP as a commitment. Repeat offenders will automatically be moved off the attending list for:
1) RSVP "going" and not attending the meeting [no call-no show]
2) Changing your RSVP from "going" to "not going" less than 24 hours before the meeting begins (especially, when there is a waitlist)
3) Consistent tardiness
Understandably, cars break down & people get sick which is why we run on a "3 strikes and you're out" policy. We thank you for your understanding as we do our best to accommodate everyone who wants to attend our meetings.