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Do you have a great life, but you find it impossible to achieve all the goals you set for yourself?
Do you sometimes run out of time, money or energy for the things in your life that matter most?
Join Cloris Kylie as she welcomes, Marnie Swedberg, the online mentor to over 12,000 leaders from 30 countries and a Success Principles & Time Management Trainer. Marnie will share key strategies you can use to reach your goals in the minutes you have.
Marnie Swedberg serves thousands of mentees from over 30 countries training B.U.S.Y. - Best Unique Strategies for You. She is a syndicated radio talk show host, the author of 12 "how-to" books, plus she personally oversees two businesses in the retail and restaurant industries. She consistently shares practical, doable success strategies to shorten your learning curve, increase your productivity and skyrocket your delight in life. www.Marnie.com.
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Popular radio personality Marnie Swedberg joins our Life Lessons team to talk about the importance of grandparents.
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Daymon John of Shark Tank fame says "Mentors by far are the most important aspect of businesses." And whether it's an experienced professional, a wise friend or an insider to show you the tricks of the trade, a mentor can be they key to taking your small business to the next level. On this episode of The Marketing Mojo Show, find out what it really means to have a mentor and learn how to cultivate meaningful relationships.
Join the discussion with Terry Toomey, a Certified SCORE Mentor with a specialty in marketing mentorships. With 25+ years of experience in marketing and communications, including running a Washington, DC public relations firm, she was named 2004 Journalist of the Year by the SBA (DC) for her small business radio program. With a unique insight, she will guide listeners through the advantages of fostering a mentor relationship and provide resources to get started.
Get the conversation started with the hashtag #mymarketingmojo and answer the question of the month: Do you have a mentor - why or why not?
Marnie Swedberg mentors thousands of super busy women with her unique approach to being "BUSY" - sharing "Best Unique Strategies for You." She is fun and fast-paced, yet peaceful and approachable. She models come-back behavior, possibility thinking and profound faith.
In addition to hosting numerous websites, generating millions of hits/year, she is the author of 12 books, manages the family restaurant, assists with the family retail store, hosts her own radio talk show plus does media and speaking appearances.
As the webhostess of WomenSpeakers.com and WomensEvents.info, both the largest online directories of their kind in the world, she connects, influences and encourages millions of women each year.
As a public speaker, she has presented for large corporations including Honeywell, Prudential, Pillsbury, AT&T and others; for non-profit groups including Chambers of Commerce, Professional Women’s Clubs, public libraries, speaker training conferences, Women of Today, writers conferences and so on; for Christian women’s retreats w/a variety of denominations.
Let Marnie encourage you & provide you with practical assistance and help you focus on those things which matter most in your life at: Marnie - Mentor to Thousands.
Ask any successful person in life and he/she will tell you they have a mentor who they follow, listen to, seek advice, etc. For some of us, that person could be a parent or a family member. But what if we are not so fortunate to have that person in our life? What if the people in your immediate circle aren't necessarily living the life or following the path that you envisioned for yourself? If you are the smartest and/or most successful person in your inner circle, you definitely need to broaden your sphere of influence. We are going to discuss why everyone should have a mentor in different areas of their life, how to recognize a mentor and what part you should play in the mentor/mentee relationship.
Marnie Swedberg is the leadership mentor and online coach to thousands of women from every continent, career path, and religious denomination. Via her websites, which received over 5 million hits in 2008, she provides practical, innovative and out-of-the-box solutions while focusing attention onto the things that matter most.
Marnie Swedberg is on a mission to make this Thanksgiving and Christmas a joy for those who do the lion’s share of the work. “For women, a lot of the holiday responsibilities fall on our plates to organize and make sure all of this is happening each year. And it’s overwhelming because not only are you expected to do everything you always do, you’re expected to add 20 to 60 additional hours of preparation time,” the author of Marnie's Kitchen Shortcuts: Cut Your Cost, Cut Your Time, Cut the Fat tells The Best People We Know host Deb Scott. “By Christmas Eve, mom is so exhausted she’s not enjoying herself, and she’s not even fun to be around. Often she says things she later wishes she shouldn’t have said, which is tragic because it doesn’t have to be that way. So I’ve put together a Holiday Boot Camp to help us get organized enough to have a peaceful, enjoyable holiday season.”
David M.Corbin has been referred to as “Robin Williams with an MBA” because of his very practical, high content speeches coupled with entertaining and sometimes side splitting stories and applications. A former psychotherapist with a background in healthcare, he has served as management and leadership consultant to businesses and organizations of all sizes – from Fortune 20 companies to businesses with less than 1 million – and enjoys the challenges of all. He has worked directly with the Presidents of companies such as AT&T, Hallmark, Sprint as well as the Hon. Secretary of Veterans Administration and others. Author, Hall of Fame Speaker, Mentor to Mentors, Inventor and pretty good guy.