When she was a child, Lori Saitz’s (pronounced Sites) report cards included notes such as "Lori is very bright but she needs to learn how to speak up in class." In 2003, she launched Zen Rabbit Baking Company and introduced the world to The Gratitude Cookie. When she started that business, she forced herself to go to networking events and endured many awkward conversations in hopes of meeting clients. Eventually, after spending thousands of dollars and stomach-churning hours, she figured out how to comfortably manage networking situations.
Today she is known as The Quiet Girl's Guide and she not only feels comfortable meeting new people, she actually enjoys it. As a networking strategy coach and speaker, she helps other "quiet" girls; get past their fear of networking so they can find success in their business lives.
Her services are in demand by solopreneurs and business owners who need to figure out which networking events are worth going to so they’re not wasting hundreds of dollars; what to say once they’re there so they don’t look foolish; and how to follow up afterward so their initial efforts aren’t wasted.
Lori's reputation for going above and beyond on behalf of her clients is well known. She has more than 25 years of experience in marketing and communications. Immediately prior to launching Zen Rabbit, Lori worked as an on-air radio personality in South Florida. She is a strong proponent for increasing literacy worldwide.
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