Through intentional networking you are able to generate leads, growth, and success. This is networking with a purpose and will result in an outcome of achievement. Intentional networking is active, not passive, and requires effort. So how do you become good at intentional networking?
Resiliency is is learned and earned. If you have never faced obstacles you don’t know how to novitiate them. Once you manage them you are better prepared for the next obstacle. Don’t compare your obstacles to what someone else is dealing with. My “much” is different from your “much”.
We are so excited to have Diane Sanchez as our guest today!
Diane is a proven c-suite executive with extensive senior management experience in strategic partnerships, P&L, change management, transformation, acquisitions, and market entry engaging transformational technology and innovation. Distinguished for her consensus building, she is instrumental in working with the public/ private sector and thought leaders in the Americas Region to formulate strategic alliances and collaborative business strategies. Diane has been recognized for her leadership indirectly contributing to successful market entry and rapid market growth for strategic corporate subsidiaries as well as the value creation of growth-stage and mid-cap companies. She has directed business in over twenty countries in the Americas with pan-regional experience in business development, sales, operations, and P&L spanning a full range of public, private and not-for-profit companies. She has also played several key leadership roles in transforming Technology, Media, and Telecom (TMT) infrastructure in the Americas Region and has held senior leadership positions in some of the world's leading global technology companies to include: President and CEO, Telefonica USA; President and CEO, Global Crossing Latin America; President, Terremark; President, Global Operations, Mozido; SVP Sales and Operations - Caribbean and Latin America, Alcatel Lucent and RVP Sales – Pacific & Central Mexico, AT&T Alestra.
A three-time CEO with global telecommunications companies recognized in the industry for her leadership role in transforming the Information, Communications & Telecommunications (ICT) sector in the Americas Region. Managed over $1B in capital deployment, P&L, and achieved deep market penetration and eightfold revenue growth from $50M to $400M.
Directed business in over twenty (20) countries in the Americas Region building regional teams and establishing centers of excellence that generated significant value creation. Launched the operations of six Fortune 1000 corporate subsidiaries in a span of twenty years and led six bi-cultural/bi-lingual top-performing executive teams who managed over 200 multi-national corporate accounts and generated hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue.
Achieved first-mover advantage in Canada, Jamaica and Mexico with two consumer-based early-stage companies. First to market in the deployment of a state of the art mobile payment platform in Mexico and Jamaica serving over 5000 consumers and fiber to the home/rural telephony in Canada serving over 10 municipalities and 6000 residential customers with capital investments over $400M.
Don’t let your past experiences keep you inside such a tightknit bubble that you don’t allow yourself to live freely and be vulnerable and experience life as you should because of some thing that potentially was out of your control it happened in the past time to start living an abundant life, it’s time to heal from our trauma, and it’s time to clean the future we desire
Resilience is not about gritting your teeth and getting through or sucking it up. Resilience is about honoring our need to ask for and receive help. It is important to remember that you are not going it alone. There is always someone who can help and there is always hope. ~Dr. Mollie Marti, founder, and President, National Resilience Institute
To be emotionally resilient is the ability to bounce back. But that’s not all.
Before this word applied to people, it was a mechanical definition.
In an old dictionary from 1950, it means: returning to or resuming the original position or shape. Mech. (that means mechanical) capable of withstanding shock without permanent deformation or rupture.
In an older dictionary from 1940, resilient isn’t even a word that stands alone. Instead, it’s listed as an elongation of the word resile. (I’d never heard of the word) Resile means to spring back or recoil. It gives the example of resiliency as a spring.
Modern definitions immediately apply resiliency as a quality people possess to recover quickly from difficulty, crisis, stress, and hardship.
Resiliency is a psychological strength to cope instead of falling apart. People with strong resiliency can maintain their cool even in disastrous situations. It doesn’t mean they don’t feel the stress, they simply have the means to handle it instead of running from it or emotionally shutting down.
Create your routine for ways to be productive and discover your own value.
“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” – St. Francis of Assisi
Workforce Solutions: Employment and Unemployment Programs. Offering information and support to our community.
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We are all learning to do business differently during this pandemic. Here is some information from resources and financial institution who want to ensure you are supported. This are some ways the City of San Antonio are helping our local entrepreneurs.
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As an entrepreneur you know it's hard to keep your head out of the clouds. Entrepreneurs are naturally visionaries. Visionaries don't always have the best boots on ground habits to execute what needs to be done for their vision. The concept of cloud and dirt is the best way for me to describe law of attraction for entrepreneurs.
The story of an Officer and a Gentleman.
Beverly and her husband Johnny are owners of Premier Health + Wellness Consulting, LLC. The company offers coaching, training, and consulting services to assist clients with improving their nutrition, lifestyle, and dietary habits. Beverly has a Masters in Professional Counseling, from Florida A&M University. Her mission – to educate and empower people to make informed decisions to be healthier spiritually, mentally, and physically through health and nutrition education, which will improve and enhance their quality of life. Beverly is a Qualifying National Marketing Director with The Juice Plus+ Company.
SOS: Don't be Suck On Stupid!!! Building your empire. You have to plan, research, and network. Ask questions and don't be prideful.
Ms. Jo’s Petite Sweets was founded in 2013 by head chef and baker, Erinn Roth. Ms. Jo’s is a tribute to Roth’s late mother who always encouraged the people around her to cherish each day and enjoy life’s sweetest moments.
She has catered at national conventions, food and wine festivals, trade shows and elite private functions, serving thousands of her unique and wildly popular petite treats. Roth is a military veteran who has served her country and continues to serve her community through her talents as a regionally recognized baker.
As a self-proclaimed “southern gal,” Roth specializes in homemade southern desserts as well as traditional American and French influenced treats. During the holiday’s be sure to ask about her soul food meals and dinners!
She’s a united states armed forces retiree and prospering in the dmv area. She’s definitely a bonus to have in the northern virginia business community.
3 very strong and powerful women of San Antonio come together to talk about the Power of Saying NO. When did they first say no? What was the response? What do you give up by saying yes? Are you saying yes to the things that are most important to you? Are you being selfish when you say no? Listen to their pearls of wisdom.
Because of our culture professional men and women both feel like parenting holds them back in their profession and often shy away from including their personal role as parents to their children. In this episode I talk about why your parenting experience is your biggest professional asset.
How are you being motivated? What is really motivating you are you allowing your ego to be stroke to make decisions and your personal and professional half do you live by purpose? In this episode we talk about the difference between being ego or purpose driven.
Don't discredit yourself by not trusting what you believe to be true. Even in those small moments, those glimmers of vision trust what you know to be true and don't doubt yourself. If you doubt yourself how can you expect others to have confidence in your decisions .
True success financial personal and professional lies above all in loving your family working hard and living your passion. In telling your story. In authenticity, hustle and patience. In caring fiercely about the big and the small stuff. And valuing legacy over currency. ~ Gary Vaynerchuck
Tree shaker Podcast aims to deliver the real version of how successful women became successful. Saying good bye to the polished and politicly correct version and given women the leverage that they deserve by being brutally honest about what it really takes and arming women with the tools to do so.
It's time to update your linked in profile. Don't be afraid this is a super easy task it should take all of 10 minutes and you should be in your natural element doing exactly what you love. Grab your phone maybe even a selfie stick take a few photos in your environment change up a few filters and have some fun. Showcase who you really are and what you do and the problem you solve.