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Tough Talk with Tony Gambone and his guest Linda Pringle Evans & Tesah 'Mystri' Carnes

Linda Pringle Evans ia a business consultant, author, trainer, speaker, radio show host and mentor. Se am honored to be married to my husband and being a mother to my two amazing adult children. Her heartbeats are my two grandchildren. It is my passion to see more women in business as savvy business owners. She has created a program specifically assisting women to discover what makes her supreme within her niche. This program is YOUR "S" Factor Brand Distinction. There are more women finding great results participating within the program. She becomes crystal clear about who she is, what she stands for, what makes her unique, what differentiates her from competitors and conveying her core messages clearly, concisely and effortless. It was her pleasure to assist women across the globe hosting the Global Women's Summits. She was given the opportunity to train the event directors to host successful events. www.pringlebizconsulting.com

‘Mystri’ and her husband Slick Lo own the website www.IPromoteIndieArtist.com that offers promotional and branding services for independent artists before creating the website. She managed independent record labels and ran world tours for international artists. Mystri was the Chief Administrator for the international reggae concert called STING (The Greatest One Night Reggae Show on Earth). In 2007, Mystri was selected by the Jamaican government to produce the first ever Reggae Showcase at MIDEM (France) that featured George Clinton, Shaggy, Tessanne Chin (2013 winner of NBC’s The Voice), Jovi Rockwell and others. 2001 was a great year for Mystri, when she received a grant from CARIFORUM – a Caribbean-based organization) that supports small businesses. She used the grant to train independent artists that helped to popularize the reggae star Abijah.

 

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