Networking is like using the stairs-sometimes we try to simplify the process and use the escalator and find ourselves disappointed. Sometimes we attempt to run up the stairs only to slide back down or try skipping steps or miss a step and even fall. There can also be landings that allow us to catch our breath and handrails to assist us along the way.
In 2021 We are going to take a journey on the stairway of networking where connectivity and collaboration become comfortable and a regular part of our business.
July Topic: Could the first 7 seconds of networking be undermining or increasing your networking success?
What are you saying before you speak?
Patty has coached and encouraged people her whole life. Teaching and coaching in public schools adult education. Twenty + successful years in a direct sales company in the top 2-1/2 percent of the company. As a Certified Kitchen and Bath Designer, she owned her own company and design studio traveling, training, and mentoring. Today she is the owner of Today’s The Day Coaching. As a coach, and leadership trainer she has cycled all her education, experiences, training, and skills into empowering people to make better choices to improve their lifestyles for a lifetime. She is passionate and committed to helping individuals and groups in mastering change, enlivening hope in people who are frustrated, unmotivated, stressed, and unhappy. She assists people who are STUCK TO BECOME STUPENDOUS.
With a successful networking background, she has written a Networking book (Guide To Powerful Networking & Strategic Partnering ) and runs popular networking groups as well as teaches networking classes and workshops assisting people in enlarging their sphere of influence. She loves connecting people and watching others embrace networking and step up their skills as a professional networker.
Patty has a degree from Purdue and a Masters from Ball State. She was honored a few years ago as one of the outstanding women in business in the Heartland.
Married to Chuck for 39 years, with 3 children, 5 grandchildren. She loves to travel and meet new people, read, exercise, cook, and decorate.