NetworkingCEO: Andrea Feinberg ~ Get More Free Time NOW!

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President of Coaching Insight, LLC, Andrea Feinberg gently nudges former-corporate-women-turned-business-owners from the daily grind toward big picture opportunities—more money, a happier life and the time to enjoy it all.A charter member of the world's largest coach training program Coachville and a graduate of Coach U, Andrea is among the pioneers of the coaching profession. Personally trained by Thomas Leonard, founder of Coachville and Coach U, she continually adds to her skill set for small business owners through certifications in Emotional Intelligence, Behavioral Analysis and Strategic Leadership Coaching. Andrea is author of Time Junkie–101 Ways for Business Owners to Break the Habit and Get More Free Time NOW! And The Essential Coaching Book. She has been profiled, interviewed and published in many newspapers, online magazines and blogs, including The New York Times. A frequent resource for Long Island business reporters, Long Island Business News named her one of the “50 Most Influential Women in Business 2011.” Andrea made the “Who’s Who: 100 Women in E-Commerce 2012” list and was recognized as one of the “Top 5 Coaching Blogs of 2012” by the School for Coaching Mastery.A business owner since 1988, Andrea has always been active in her community as president of her local Chamber of Commerce. She helped the Brookhaven Small Business Advisory Council develop its Building Business in Brookhaven Expo. From 2002 - 2006 she co-owned and built United Coaching Associates, the largest Long Island-based training and networking group for professional coaches.A strong believer that small business ownership is a powerful way to build and enjoy a good life, she’s a frequent speaker for networking and trade groups as well as telesummits aimed at improving the success of small business owners.

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