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Monique Wells

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Dr. Monique Y. Wells is a multipreneur – she’s a preclinical safety professional, productivity expert, writer and editor, speaker, and travel professional. 
 
Monique began her professional life as a veterinary pathologist and toxicologist – a field that has provided her with the opportunity to travel the world.  She moved to Paris 21 years ago to pursue this activity and after 10 years of working in corporate France, she launched a consultancy in preclinical safety assessment.  She continues to operate this business today.
 
To share their burning passion for the city of Paris with Anglophone travelers, Monique and her husband launched the travel planning service Discover Paris! in 1999.  Today they specialize in private, guided walking tours and activities featuring African Diaspora Paris and gourmet Paris.  They have also created a few downloadable walking tours. 
 
As a result of the recession of 2008-2009, Monique began training and mentoring her preclinical safety colleagues in productivity.  She progressively opened new niche markets for this service, including travel professionals and women solopreneurs, and is currently focused on serving solopreneurs who have built 6-figure and 7-figure businesses.
 
Monique speaks on all of the above topics at venues across the globe.  She is the author of numerous print and e-books, book chapters, and articles on these topics, and also writes two blogs.  Her most recent achievement is being selected as a productivity blogger for Huffington Post.
 
For more information about Monique’s productivity activities, visit: http://gettingoveroverwhelm.com. And for information about her travel services: http://www.discoverparis.net
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