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How to Make Relationships Work

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This week on Women Warriors (Wed, May 29 at Noon ET) our special guest is Tracy Crossley.  Tracy wears many hats: writer-for-hire, intuitive coach, artist, marketing maven, rugalah royal, social media savant, entrepreneur extraordinaire, public speaker, clairvoyant, trusted friend & mom.   She will discuss the topic of “How to make relationship work.”

Tracy’s diverse background began in the world of one-sheets and magazine ads where she worked in the family pre-press/printing business. She then spent several years in marketing & sales management, working with companies such as Dimensional Impressions, Cox Auto Trader, VMS, and TMP Worldwide in positions where she handled training and management, new business development, strategic planning, and deal closing. She put her marketing, publicity, & event-planning skills to work as the Festival Director of the World Animation Celebration. Her entrepreneurial spirit led her to create two companies, which she ran & operated simultaneously: Mad Media, where she monopolized in marketing, and Mad Batter, where she reigned over rugalah, creating delicious and inventive cookies. 

Tracy studied neuropsychology at Charter Oak State College. And if that isn’t enough, she paints & writes too. She sells her artwork and is writing not one, but two books.

Tracy’s current time is spent developing more public speaking opportunities. While pursuing so many interests and career paths in life may be unthinkable for some, it's her diverse background and varied life experiences that make her uniquely qualified to speak and offer guidance. She has three beautiful kids who are hugely devoted to her and is also featured in the November 2012 edition of Law of Attraction magazine.

 

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