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Women TIES July Zoom Meeting "How to Make Change Your Friend" Sponsored by The New York Women's Business Center
These are fast-changing times that are upending much of what we did before. With social distancing, isolation, and the fear of the COVID-19 virus, people are struggling to figure out what they should change and how to make the right changes stick. As they emerge from this time, they are asking: what should I stop doing, continue to do, and start anew.
We must realize that our brains hate to change, often hijacking any efforts made to embrace the changes. Instead, we tend to flee them, fear them, or even appease them—but rarely gravitate to them. What to do to make "change your friend"? That is the topic of our webinar. Can you turn the unfamiliar into very familiar? Can you come out of the COVID-19 recession even stronger than before? Isn't it time to see the future through a fresh lens?
This event is sponsored by the New York Women's Business Center based in Utica, New York serving 26 NYS counties. Their services are free. Find out more about them at www.nywbc.org
About the Presenter
Andrea J. Simon, Ph.D. ("Andi") is an international leader in the growing field of corporate anthropology, an Axiom bronze Best Business Book of 2017 winning author of On the Brink: A fresh lens to take your business to new heights, and the founder and CEO of Simon Associates Management Consultants (SAMC).
Andi's forthcoming book is entitled Rethink: Smashing the Myths of Women in Business. Scheduled for release in January 2021, it shows how women today are challenging the expected norms of business and crashing through with extraordinary creative business, legal and professional solutions.
Dr. Simon enables organizations to see their cultures with fresh eyes. Her talks on Change Matters and Blue Ocean Strategy have been featured in over 500 engagements. She is widely covered in Inc.com, Business Week, Good Morning America, and Modern Healthcare and has been a blogger for Forbes and Fierce Healthcare.
With more than 125,000 monthly listeners, her podcast, On the Brink with Andi Simon, is ranked among the top 200 business podcasts and the rated among the top 20 for futurists.
Andi and her husband Andrew Simon (another Andy) launched the Simon Initiative for Entrepreneurship at Washington University in 2018. She was also a visiting professor teaching entrepreneurship at Washington University in 2006.
Her clients come from across the globe and span industries as she helps them come "off the brink," and learn how to soar again.
Women TIES, with its equality division founded in 2017, is proud to media sponsor this event.
CREW, Civically Re-Engaged Women, announces their upcoming conference "Sheroes & Champions: Energizing the Power of Your Vote."
The celebration of the "The Vote" is in observance of the Centennial of the 19th Amendment (Women's Right to Vote) in the United States Constitution.
The four conference takeaways will be The True Meaning of Sacrifice, Sisterhood It's More Than Just a Phrase, Coalition Building, and Progress. Speakers and conference registration can be viewed on the website www.crewomen.com.
In the 72 years that the Suffragist movement fought for the right to vote it's important to remember the sacrifices of the women on the front lines, most of whom have gone nameless and faceless. SHEroes and Champions of the movement were unsung leaders who were determined to elevate their voices to see themselves in a country that gave them no access to equality. This equality was articulated in the "right to vote" which President Woodrow Wilson and the 65th & 66th Congress passed in 1919 and subsequently turned over to the states culminating in ratification and adoption to the US Constitution in 1920.
To learn more about this event, visit www.crewomen.com.
About the Presenter
After 30 years of being a political operative and strategist, Sharon Nelson has taken her knowledge and experience base to create CREW to empower Underserved and Underrepresented Constituency groups to seek real-time opportunities for inclusion and intersectionality. She is a certified Democratic National Committee Finance Director.
Women TIES Zoom Meeting "Podcasting and Networking - The Gifts the Keep Giving" Sponsored by the NYWBC
Where can women entrepreneurs market, network, and share their personal thoughts on a topic? Podcasting. Perhaps you've contemplated creating one yourself but aren't exactly sure why you should or how it can lead you to a new world of people all while getting your name spread around the world.
At this Women TIES Zoom Program "Podcasting and Networking - The Gifts that Keep Giving" sponsored by the New York Women's Business Center, Nicole Christina, an international podcaster living right in Central New York, will enlighten you to consider creating your own podcast.
Nicole will inspire you to grow your audience and have a blast doing it because podcasting is simple and inexpensive and you'll wish you had done it sooner. Walk away learning some of the basic things to consider as you fire up the mic and connect with people all over the world who want to hear your message. She will also share some great resources. You don't want to miss this exceptional program.
This event is sponsored by the New York Women's Business Center located in Utica, New York but offering free services to women entrepreneurs in 25+ counties across the state. Find out more about them at www.nywbc.org.
About the Presenter
Nicole Christina is the host of Zestful Aging Podcast, an interview show heard in 91 countries. She's also a psychotherapist of 30 years.
Nicole's guests are change makers from a variety of disciplines; filmmakers, writers, advocates, poets, musicians, Arctic researchers, athletes and entrepreneurs, many of whom are experts in their fields. The Show has a humanitarian focus, and looks at the importance of leaving your own legacy. Leaving a legacy is a way of contributing to the common good, which has shown to have a significant impact on aging well.
Zestful Aging is a media partner with the International Federation of Ageing, based in Toronto. Nicole is working on her first book: "Not Just Chatting; How to Become a Great Podcast Interviewer".
Find out more at ZestfulAging.com.
REGISTER PLEASE BY JULY 30th!
National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House
Women TIES committed to gather a group of women entrepreneurs for the 2020 Suffragist City Parade late 2019 knowing we had some feminists and pro-female women entrepreneurs in our midst who would want to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of women's right to vote.
We just found out the Susan B. Anthony Museum & House is going forward with the September 12, 2020 Suffragist City Parade and it's going to be great! It will either be a combination of a 6-feet-apart
SO WOMEN TIES IS LOOKING FOR A TEAM OF WOMEN TO JOIN OUR TEAM! A team is two or more individuals who may cross geographic lines to create a "virtual float"(in the same way that we would group individuals into marching groups in a physical parade). Virtual floats comprised of an image, a collage, or a videos of their team. For the virtual parade, video clips should be 10 seconds or less.
If you want to be in the Women TIES virtual float, we'll gather women who register below for a video taping (outside safely) and submit it for the virtual parade. If by chance it is safe to march physically on September 12th, anyone who signs up will march with our group in Rochester.
No matter what, we'll film the video. We are encouraged to dress up in a uniform or costume that represents our group or profession. We can also encourage people to VOTE.
This is who we need to help us:
Right now, we have a $25 registration fee to make sure we get women truly interested in joining us. This money will go towards something uniform we will have on us or wear or for food/drink when we take the video.
We encourage you to invite other women entrepreneurs you know to join our group no matter where they are from. Mostly likely meeting in Syracuse or Rochester to tape the video.
2020 was supposed to be the Year of the Woman until Covid-19 hit, so let's jump on board of the "virtual float" and show the world women entrepreneurs are still here to celebrate and offer products and services the marketplace needs.
About the Presenter
After Tracy Chamberlain Higgibnotham took 120 women to the Women's March on Washington in 2017 to ensure the new president and government didn't forget that women make up 52% of the population, Women TIES created their "Women's Equality Division" to participate in, host, and support pro-female, feminist focused events, programs, and initatives.
Tracy's inspiration to get involved in female leadership and rights stemmed from her "political" run as class president for her 9th grade class in 1979 forming an all-girls slate to challenge the all-boys slate at the time.
If you are looking for inspiration about kindness, compassion, acceptance, and generosity in today's world, look no further than "Under the Rose-Colored Hat."
If 2020 looks like a difficult personal and business year for you or a woman entrepreneur you know, consider buying "Under the Rose-Colored Hat."
And if you hor someone you know struggles with self-esteem, body image doubts, or not feeling like they fit into society, buy a copy of "Under the Rose-Colored Hat."
Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham gives her wisdom, insight, and lessons from a year and a half struggle with a life-altering disease that brought out the best in others which led her to recovery and acceptance of herself. The book is meant to uplift and enlightens its readers.
Order your special copy at this specific Amazon link: https://amzn.to/36AR9vm
You can just click the "Your Home" link on this page and it will take you to the correct Amazon order page.
Thank you. Tracy
About the Presenter
A 25-year woman entrepreneur, inspirational writer, and promoter of women entrepreneurs shares her personal story, lessons and wisdom learned while dealing with alopecia, an auto-immune disorder that affects 6.8 million people in the United States today.
Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham, President of Women TIES, has been a professional event planner for 30 years, including planning regional events, conferences, and large retreats for women entrepreneurs all over New York State. She can't wait to get back to planning once the coast is clear surrounding doing inside events safely to make sure none of her attendees catch Covid-19.
Until then, please join Tracy and other women on our Zoom Meetings from the comfort of your home office where we offer the same excellent educational seminars by top female entrepreneurs.
Please visit our blog at www.womenties.blog to learn business success strategies we have been sharing since 2008 and will continue to do.
You can also join us on our Podcast called "Women Entrepreneurs' Poolside Business Chats" on podbean at this email address: http://www.poolsidechats.podbean.com
We promise to be back in some form with live events - even if they are small - to continue to unite, promote, market and educate women entrepreneurs.
About the Presenter
Celebrating her silver anniversary supporting, promoting and uniting women entrepreneurs in person at events and online to help them increase their brand and opportunities for sales in order to help increase their revenue and help eradicate pay inequality for women, Tracy is pro-female believing women should support women in business, sports, equality and life.
She won't stop helping her constituents especially during this time period and beyond.
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