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Success Your Way: Vision It, Build It, Become It.

When:
Friday, Feb 3, 2012, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Where:
Webinar
IL  
Contact:
Elene M Cafasso
Category:
Professional Development event
Registration is Closed
Be sure to provide your email address. A reminder email and webinar access Instructions will be emailed to registrants the evening of Thursday, February 2nd.
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Success Your Way:  Vision it, Build it, Become it!  Webinar, Friday February 3, 2012

With insights derived from her new book, "It's Your Biz", Susan Solovic will share tips and techniques to create success, your way!

This webinar is designed to help you:
*  Understand your motivations and define success in your terms.

*  Create your big vision.  You must see it and believe it to become it.

*  Develop the plan that works for you personally and professionally.  

*  Learn to ask for what you want.  Nothing happens until you make it happen.

*  You can never know "enough".  Information is power.

*  Understand your true value. 

*  People matter.  Surround yourself with the best to build your success.

*  The importance of giving back.

About the Speaker


Susan Wilson Solovic is CEO of SBTV.com– small business television. SBTV.com is the first and only video news and information destination site for American’s small businesses. Solovic began her professional career as a television news anchor and reporter for NBC and CBS affiliates. Subsequently, she joined a Fortune 100 company where she was named vice president, director of corporate marketing, of the firm’s international asset-based lending division. While working in an executive capacity, she attended Saint Louis University Law School and graduated with honors. Her legal background provides her with a unique view of American business.

 

Solovic is the author of the popular book, The Girls’ Guide to Power and Success, which was originally released in June 2001 and was re-released in paperback in 2003. The book is also being published in Korea, China and Thailand. Reinvent Your Career: Attain the Success You Deserve and Desire is another of Solovic’s books. It offers motivational and practical advice for those individuals seeking to re-ignite their careers. Her latest title, The Girls’ Guide to Building a Million Dollar Business, was released in September 2007.

 

Solovic serves on the advisory board for the John Cook School of Business Entrepreneurial Studies at Saint Louis University – one of the top rated entrepreneurial schools in the U.S. She is a member of the Board of Advisors for Enterprising Women magazine and in 2007 was selected as one of the magazine’s Enterprising Women of the Year and she is a member of the National Advisory Board of the Women Presidents’ Organization. Solovic served on the National Women’s Business Council which counsels the President, Congress and the SBA on issues impacting women business owners. She was named one of the Most Influential Women in St. Louis (2004) by the St. Louis Business Journal and received the 2004 YWCA’s Special Business Leader award for Entrepreneurial Success. In 2006 she received the Distinguished Leader award from Southeast Missouri State University and in 2000 she was named a Distinguished Alumni from Columbia College. Solovic previously served on the John F. Kennedy School of Government Women’s Leadership Board at Harvard University. On behalf of SBTV.com Solovic accepted the Stevie Award for the Most Innovative Company up to 100 employees. The Stevie Awards are considered the Oscars of business.

 

In October 2006, SBTV.com was recognized by the Women’s Technology Venture Cluster as the Best Investment Opportunity.

 

For nearly a decade, Solovic taught a women’s entrepreneurial training program at a St. Louis-based college. She was a featured columnist on women’s business issues for UPI, and she is a regular small business contributor on ABC’s America This Morning. She is also a popular media guest on radio and television programs across the country including CNN, Bloomberg, Early Today, and Good Day New York.

 


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