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Join the Million Dollar Party & the Author's Midwife

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Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman with guest Lynn Bardowski & Anita Paul

Lynn Bardowski, the Million Dollar Party Girl. Don’t let the nick-name fool you. It’s more about a working Mom who discovered her inner visionista when she was least expecting it. Overcoming fear, failure and mommy guilt to become a multi million revenue generating entrepreneur.

Growing up in a middle class family at the Jersey shore, I spent a lot of time conjuring up ideas to make my fortune. After college I married a local boy, Bill, and landed a lucrative sales job. The money flowed in, but my happiness trickled out. It took the birth of my two daughters to wake me up. The dream job I thought I wanted was someone else's dream, not mine.

It was December, 1989, when I opened my mailbox to find an invite to a PartyLite party. Yeah, that kind of home party. The glow of candlelight illuminated the friendships these women had…it stirred something in my gut. Was it the onion dip? Or, was this the sign I had been looking for?

Known as "The Author's Midwife," Anita Paul coaches and mentors corporate professionals and successful entrepreneurs to become published authors Through her Write Your Life program, she shares strategies for writing, publishing, and marketing a book ... and then leveraging it to upsell your expertise.  

A 20-year veteran of the marketing communications industry, Anita started The Write Image in 1997. A corporate communications company, The Write Image develops marketing and public relations programs for mid-size businesses and organizations. She uses her extensive planning, organizing, and strategic marketing skills to help clients develop effective communications strategies and public relations campaigns throughout the U.S.

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