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Our first Womens Radio episode is now available on the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) website www.napw.com under the Tabs Education and Marketing Tools, for the 300,000 members to access…"
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People, young and old, trying to help them find what they are looking for.
National Association of Professional Women
What are you passionate about?
Life and living it to the fullest. Not just existing but accomplishing something.
What makes you a valuable networking contact?
I am selling myself and my expertise for finding information. I garantee my work. If I cannot help you, I will find someone who can.
How did you become involved in your current position? If you’re an entrepreneur, what inspired you to start your own company?
My Mother. We were trying to find where her Mother was buried. She was killed in an auto when my Mother was a child. I got so much joy in helping her find this information, I starting passing the word about what I was doing. I became very busy very fast.
Offering (Products, services, expertise, etc. you or your company can offer others)
I am offering myself and my willingness to help people find what they are looking for.
Seeking (Products, services, expertise, etc. you or your company are looking for)
help with making my company known, maybe even become a household name. Make it recognize, and remember it when they information find.
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Our first Womens Radio episode is now available on the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) website www.napw.com under the Tabs Education and Marketing Tools, for the 300,000 members to access when they Login.
I hope you listen to the first timely episode entitled, "Destressing for Busy Women", an interview with Cambridge Who's Who member Ingrid Cheng.
I hope you request to become my colleague both on Connect and NAPW. To your success. Claire Power Murphy, Featured Member and a Top Host on Womens Radio
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