Selling In A Skirt With Judy Hoberman with Deanna Wharwood & Victoria Trabosh
During Deanna Wharwood's transition from military life to civilian life, I realized one thing, in order to become financially independent, spend more time with my family and truly be able to help other veterans and military spouses like me, I needed to start my own business. So, while I was working at one of those "great government jobs," they tell you that you should get when you get out of the military, I built a six figure training business. - See more at: http://deannawharwood.com/about/#sthash.kXzXB6Wp.dpuf
In order to be an agent of change, Victoria Trabosh has to live that life. I have to be the one out there creating change in order to speak about it, and I have to encourage leadership in the way I live my life. This means that I can honestly say I bring to coaching an unquenchable desire to see people become their personal best, a background broad in experiences, and a focus and energy enabling people to reach their greatest goals and dreams.