Sarah Zink

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It's time to "Get Zinked"! Plaid for Women Radio is designed to help women develop strategies to achieve goals, get connected, and be heard. It's time for women to stop trying to be PART of the conversation; we need to CHANGE the conversation! Toward that end, my focus is on sharing thoughts that will help women discover their superpowers and use them for good, not evil. There's more tools for women to be found at You can also connect with me on Facebook: ThinkZinkRadio, or 20TipsForPowerChicks. You can follow me on Twitter @sarahzink. THINK ZINK RADIO is on 24/7 - you can listen to archived shows any time you want - on your computer, your laptop, your iPad or your smart phone. THINK ZINK RADIO is there whenever you are.

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ABOUT PLAID FOR WOMEN: Plaid for Women radio is produced to give you information, advice and resources to be YOUR wise advisor. Our goal is to help you achieve your goals, gain influence, and be heard. Every show, we are committed to bringing you new ideas and offering new ways of thinking to give you opportunities to change your thinking and change your life. You CAN live the life you've imagined! LET'S GET SOCIAL! FB: TW:
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Leadership is about so much more than just telling people what to do. As a leader, it's important to be able to deliver uncomfortable news. As a leader, you need to know when to 'put on a brave face' and when to be transparent.... more

If there's one thing many women struggle with, it's the skill of being able to say 'no' decisively. I want to encourage you to consider the use of the word 'no', as a tool, not a weapon. Change your mindset from saying 'no' to a person, to... more

Parenting is difficult when you have had great role models to follow; it's that much more difficult when you didn't. How can you learn to be a good parent when your parents weren't? Crystal Cardwell from The Parenting Center in Fort Worth joins... more

What's the most common source of arguments between couples? MONEY. Even if couples don't argue about it, studies find that men and women manage budgeting, saving and investing differently. (DUH). Today, I'm welcoming Tricia... more

Today, Plaid for Women Radio is delighted to welcome Ingrid Vandervelt, Entrepreneur in Residence at Dell, to the show. Ingrid will be sharing the story of her entrepreneurial journey that led her to Dell, as well as some of the... more

Wendy Wilkinson is a successful author of both fiction and non-fiction books, the most recent being the fictional series, "Pirates Plunder", a fictionalized historical account of Anne Bonny. Wendy has also co-authored books with Morgan... more

Today I'm visiting with Julie Johncox about women and politics. Julie has a strong history in government relations, and run several successful campaigns for Tarrant County District Attorney Sharen Wilson, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Eric... more

Sadly, most people only communicate what they expect AFTER they have been disappointed or let down. Whether in personal or professional, unspoken expectations will cause breakdowns in communication, performance, productivity... more

Why is there so much controversy about vaccines? Are they safe? Who is making the 'call' on their safety and efficacy, and who should be the most concerned about getting vaccinated? Is there a relationship between vaccines and Autism?... more

Today, I'm visiting with Elizabeth Lions, author and coach. We'll be talking about how, as a new leader or a leader in a new position, you can get a read on your team. How can you evaluate fairly? What are some of the core traits you need to... more
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