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Nurturing Big Ideas Today with Shawna Schuh: A Smart Woman Conversation

Nurturing Big Ideas Today with Shawna Schuh:  A Smart Woman Conversation

This Smart Woman Conversation is fully focused on ladies who are in the entrepreneurial mindset. But, it’s also a conversation for all women. Shawna mentions the way we are all “uniquely, wonderfully us!”

Having known Shawna for more than 10 years now, and so proud to say I was the 2015 Woman of the Year in the Women in the Pet Industry Network, I am more than proud and delighted to share this great time, all 21 minutes or so of it.

Smart Conversations with Smart Women: Laura Bennett of Gosling's Leap

Smart Conversations with Smart Women:  Laura Bennett of Gosling's Leap

We have these smart conversations to learn more about how this all works. We could have them every day. Smart women like Laura Bennett, whom I have known for more than 10 years and have admired beyond the reaches of the galaxy.

Smart Conversations with Smart Women: Aimee Beltran of Irresistible YOUniversity

Smart Conversations with Smart Women:  Aimee Beltran of Irresistible YOUniversity

I will never forget the first time I saw Aimee. It was at a BlogPaws conference. This stunning young woman with black hair, a beautiful smile, and the best eye makeup I’d ever seen, was walking towards me and I couldn’t stop staring at her. “She’s stunning!” I thought.

Big Ideas In Books: | Next Act Give Back by Kirsten Bunch

Big Ideas In Books:  |  Next Act Give Back by Kirsten Bunch

But there’s more. Much more.

If you take nothing else from that blurb, take the words “profound” and “heart-centered” because that’s exactly what you find in this book.

It’s a book of stories. A book of emotions. A book of successes that were hard-won. It’s about women everywhere. I think, perhaps, it’s about me. And about you.

A Smart Conversation with Chloe DiVita

 A Smart Conversation with Chloe DiVita

Women are so smart.

I have always believed in the smartness of women everywhere. In my previous life, back in the early 2000s, I wrote a blog called Lipsticking, for and about women entrepreneurs.

It came from a book I wrote - subtitled, Smart Marketing to Women Online. After a year of blog posting, the blog became Smart Marketing for Women Online. You see the difference?

So many smart women recognized their lack of education and training online, and I filled in the gap for them. It brought me much satisfaction and delight. The blog still exists. You can visit it, if you like.

Now, however, I am focused on today’s woman. I am focused on the smart, talented women of 2019 - and beyond.