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Selling In A Skirt with Building, Engaging and Awareness Conversations

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Selling In A Skirt With Judy Hoberman and her guest Janet Powers & Adam Greenberg

A pioneer and corporate refugee, outspoken, honest and dedicated are a few words people use to describe Janet Powers.  Janet’s storied career from corporate America to entrepreneurship is laid with trial, error, success, commitment and loyalty.  Her drive and desire to succeed and help others succeed is unsurpassed. Janet started The Women’s Toolbox following a successful corporate career at Fidelity Investments, where she was Vice President of Program Management. Serving as a liaison between Fidelity’s business and technology departments, Janet was responsible for sourcing and building technology solutions to solve the business problems of its internal and external customers. Ms. Powers led an integral team that introduced and launched new products and services to the market. Prior to joining Fidelity Janet worked for a global non-profit organization, delivering health programs that helped expand opportunities for women and families. http://janetepowers.com

Some of you may know Adam Greenberg as the Chicago Cubs rookie center fielder who in 2005 got hit in the head with a 92 mph fast ball on the first pitch, in my first major league at bat. What you don’t know is how that pitch changed my life and how I am now dedicated to changing the lives of others. Here's my story and how it ultimately led to the birth of LuRong Living... Mid season 2009 - I was playing independent ball, working on getting back to the majors. While playing center field, I dove full-extension for a ball and landed with all my weight on my left shoulder. I immediately knew I had done some major damage to the shoulder. I knew an injury at this time would set me back again, which I was determined to avoid. Dr. Lebowitz heard of my injury and called me to try out a new whole food natural supplement called Lu Rong, http://www.lurongliving.com