The biggest lesson I’ve learned so far is that the part I was most worried about; making connections and putting myself out there, turned out to be something I’m really enjoying. I just had to lean into it.
The essence of who you are as a person is your greatest asset. Aspects of yourself that you may have learned to be ashamed of might actually be your most powerful contribution to your work and to this world. Be as big as you are, and shine on.
Follow your instincts! As a woman, you have an innate sense of what you need, and what others need, as well. Listen to every one of those little voices that whisper in the back of your mind, directing you right where you need to go.
I’m an Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in Sports Medicine. In addition to my clinical position at Rose Medical Center, I am the Head League Physician for the men’s Premier Lacrosse League and a team physician for the US Ski & Snowboard Teams.
Nancy co-authored the best selling book with Jack Canfield, The Success Formula. Her chapter on work-life balance, “The CEO’s Guide to Winning at Home Like you Win at Work” received a Quilly Award in Hollywood, Sept 2019
I am thrilled to talk about new programs that have recently rolled out at Coldwell Banker Devonshire. Being able to offer these programs as a realtor creates another opportunity for me to give back to my clients!
As women, we often feel that we should take care of others before ourselves. But I have learned that I have to care for myself, both personally and professionally, if I am going to be there fully for my family, friends, co-workers, and clients.
When you show up and stay true to the real you, it helps to build trust with your brands audience and your future clients. The person you are in your images is the same person that walks into a meeting with your ideal client.