ETTWomenTV: Vanessa Coppes at GAIA Women Lead with Elizabeth McLaughlin

We know that when powerhouse women get together, there’s nothing they can’t accomplish! Our Co-Founder Vanessa Coppes interviewed Elizabeth McLaughlin at The Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership first LIVE event in New York.

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The speakers and attendees were fabulous! Iconic women leaders came together to collaborate, innovate, and create change for women around the world.

We heard from Daily Worth’s Amanda Steinberg, Olympian Kara Lynn Joyce, and women’s health expert Dr. Samantha Brody, leadership and spirituality guru Lindsay Pera and IBM iX Chief Creative Officer Joanna Pena-Bickley, and more!

This gathering gave ETTWomen members the opportunity to reach conference guests in a very special way as they contributed to the fabulous gift bags everyone took home! A special thank you to:

  1. V+Co. by Vanessa Coppes
  2. Primerica, Lynette Barbieri
  3. Nicholas Pool, Theodora Sergiou
  4. Beauty from Inside and Out, Angela Serritella
  5. Psychological Services, Dr. Julie Davelman
  6. The Eclectic Chic Boutique, Kristen Zachares
  7. Essential Bodywear, Cheryl Brennan
  8. Jing Ai Organic & Natural Cosmetics, Donna Cristino
  9. KYSS – Keep Yourself Smelling Sweet, Renee Marshall McKinley
  10. Jersey Cookie Girl, Nicole Borota
  11. Balance Your Life, Judy Banks
  12. Efrance Beauty, Cassandra Maguire
  13. Swank Salon, Michelle Longo
  14. Wholetrition, Alesha Lazan
  15. Four Paths to Wellness, Christine Whitmore

 

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We hope these women owned businesses inspire you and that you made Gaia Women Lead an opportunity to be part of a global conversation on how women become the powerful force for change we are meant to be.

Meet Sabina Hitchen at #ThePowerOfConnections2016

Sabina is an entrepreneur, speaker and media expert dedicated to educating and empowering entrepreneurs to share their brand with the press and the world confidently and strategically.

This role of teacher and leader seems pre-ordained as Sabina’s past career saw her teaching high school students first in the Chicago public school system and then while also designing educational curriculum for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation charter schools. Upon moving to New York City after deeming a “New York Chapter” a necessity, she began a career in public relations and within a year she branched out on her own and started a successful and respected PR and social media agency specializing in start-ups and small businesses.

After nearly a decade running her PR agency she co-founded 2012 Tin Shingle (www.TinShingle.com) an online education platform and community that reaches business owners from New York to Los Angeles, Mexico to the United Kingdom and teaches them how to build buzz for their brand through PR and social media.

In 2014, inspired by her own experiences, and after watching far too many people struggle to find professional fulfillment and personal meaning in their lives, she launched Sabina Knows to offer coaching, courses, motivation and tools to help people do what they love for a living, share their message with the press and the world and create an awesome life while they do it.

Sabina is a regularly featured media expert in outlets including USA Today, The Huffington Post, Fox Business News, AllBusiness.com, ABC News, NBC News, Shape Magazine, More Magazine, Better TV and Forbes. Sabina lives with her husband and dog in Edgewater, New Jersey.

November 18th and 19th, 2016 Bella Vista Country Club 100 School Road East Marlboro, NJ 07746 8:30 AM-4:30PM (Both days)

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What is ETTWomen’s 360 The Power of Connections Conference?

ETTW brings together entrepreneurs, authors, teachers, artists and visionaries. Our members and attendees receive powerful training, profound mind shifts, groundbreaking ideas, make deep connections and unique opportunities to change their lives and the lives of others through their business.

Our annual conference teaches the most fabulous personal and professional development ideas that help elevate participants’ lives and businesses. Unlike traditional seminars or conferences, ETTW360 is positioned as a unique experience for participants.

Who attends each year?

ETTWomen’s 360 gathers a Tribe of thought leaders in their respective fields who are committed to constant learning and growth. They appreciate transparent and entertaining presentations focused on business and personal growth that expand their mind, inspire ideas and present concepts that have a positive impact on their lives, their community and the world.

They are entrepreneurs who are interested in personal growth and are familiar with basic business and personal growth topics. Their presentation are aimed on creating an experience for participants.

ETTWomen’s 360 attracts visionary speakers and thought leaders from a variety of industries. Latham Thomas, Lisa Lieberman-Wang, Jennifer Longmore, Patty Lennon, Mike Michalowicz, Jennifer Tuma-Young, Jennifer Bronswick, Heather Chauvin, Britt Bolnick, Susan Vernicek, Vallori Thomas, Kelly Lynn-Adams, Courtenay Hall, Janine Strafaci are just some examples of the fabulous speakers who have shared their stories at ETTWomen’s 360 and inspired the lives of hundreds of others in the process.

ETTWomen’s 360 is a perfect opportunity to meet new business partners and get your messages and ideas in front of a crowd who is ready to turn up the volume in their lives and business. The quality of attendees is one-of-a-kind. Speakers and attendees form new business opportunities including joint ventures and strategic partnerships. Not to mention, relationships for life.

ETTWomen Attend The Moms, A Mamarazzi Event with Brooke Shields in New York!

ETTWomen had the pleasure of attending The MOMS & Kidbox hosted a MAMARAZZI® event featuring the fabulous Brooke Shields. We were treated to a private screening of her latest film Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted.

We also learned how to ‪#‎UnpackHappy‬ with Kidbox which makes shopping for kids easy—delivering a personalized assortment of clothes (tops and bottoms) from popular brands each season (for free).

Stop by www.themoms.com/mamarazzi for more highlights from the ‪#‎KidboxMOMS‬ event!

Photo Credit: Mission 101 Media

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Pictured from Left to Right: Tracey Rediker, Judy banks, Janice Woerner Martinez, Denise Albert, Vanessa Coppes, Sandy Ganias Maguire

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ETTWomen Ohio Chapter Launch with Mayra Betances

On Tuesday, April 12th, 2016, a fabulous group of women gathered at Arepazo Restaurants in Columbus, OH  to celebrate and kick off #ETTWomen’s Ohio Chapter.

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Thank you to Mayra Betances, founder of D&E Papel​ for leading our newest community. Thank you to Arepazo for hosting, OhioLatino TV​, Canal Hispano TV​ for covering and everyone who who joined us!

Special thanks to ETTWomen members PROGRESSIVE ACHIEVERS founder Joi Mikki Stanley-Smith​, Efficient Socially Savvy Media​ founder Evy Havlik​ and #ETTWomenNJ Chapter Co-Leader June Lazaro​ for making their way from New Jersey to support us!

 

We are so grateful and excited for this new page in ETTWomen’s history!

To join us at our next Ohio event, please RSVP HERE!

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ETTWomen Kicks Off CoSpark Partnership With Powerful Panel

Thanks again to those of you who came to our Open House last night. We continue to be impressed by the women who are in attendance and we were very pleased with the turn out!
ETTWomen founders Vanessa Coppes and Lynette Barbieri and CoSpark Founders Alesha Lazan and Natalie Sulimani held their first event last night in the Matawan facility, which officially marks their partnership.
During the brief panel,  they discussed networking strategies, co-working, entrepreneurship and ’The Power of Connections.” As many of you know, these topics are the core of ETTWomen’s mission as a community of entrepreneurs that network with intention and support each other in personal and professional growth.
Similarly, CoSpark recognizes the obstacles that business owners face when starting or growing a business, which is why they have created the opportunity for business owners to base themselves at affordable and serene spaces. Co-working is ideal because it allows business owners to focus on the flow and growth of their business rather than maintaining a space that may not be financially feasible. Plus, it’s a great opportunity to network!
If you enjoyed our Open House, the we have many more events coming up! For more information about those opportunities, please visit our website at http://www.ettwomen.com/. We would love to have you in attendance.
In case you missed it, here are a few highlights…
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ETTWomen Founder Lynette Barbieri speaks to the group.

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CoSpark Founders Alesha Lazan and Natalie Sulimini take the floor.

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Tasty treats were brought to us by Callicchio’s and Natalie Sulimani.

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Our attendees networked and learned from each other.

Images: Angela Squicciarini Photography

You Can Succeed in Direct Sales

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No problem is insurmountable. With a little courage, teamwork and determination a person can overcome anything. – B. Dodge

 

 

No one would pretend that direct sales is easy. If it were, more people would be doing it. It’s commonly said that for every one person who says ‘Yes!’, there are nine who say ‘No!’. If you need to find five people a day to say ‘Yes!’, you will have to talk to fifty people a day.

You need energy, stamina and you need to be able to be as bright and cheerful at six o’ clock at night as you are at eight o’ clock the following morning. If you can’t rise above the trials and tribulations that afflict us all, both in private and in work life, don’t consider a full-time career in direct sales. When I decided to join a direct sales company 18 years ago, what really attracted me was the ability to make my schedule, have qualified people train me and then I was able to find people better than me to build a business with. That was worth all the trials and tribulations I had to go through to make a six figure income.

The truth is building a business isn’t as hard in network marketing as people make it seem. There are systems in place to follow. The challenge is that people over analyze everything and they just don’t follow the system. I had blind faith. I knew I didn’t know anything, so I was extremely coachable. You can be successful in direct sales to if you follow the system that is presented to you and keep these simple things in mind:

  1. Set a schedule and stick to it – Get a planner that allows you to integrate all areas of your life in it so you have everything with you at all times.
  2. Find a mentor – In your company and a coach outside of your company. You need non biased views and ideas in my opinion in order to succeed faster. It is well worth the investment in the long run.
  3. Be a crusader – Own your own products and show potential customers you believe in them.
  4. Stop making excuses – Invest the time you need to and just get it done.
  5. Utilize the direct sales model – Do not reinvent the wheel. Follow the model that has already been proven to work.
  6. Master your craft- Know everything you need to know about your products and service and duplicate your self by training other’s.
  7. Set up a solid referral system – Once you have learned to use it and you are a pro at getting referrals, make sure you teach it to your associates.
  8. Recognize your team –  Big and small accomplishments are important to reward your team for. Everybody has a sign on them that says “make me feel special.”
  9. Have a system for recruiting – Know the numbers. How many people do you have to  invite to look at your opportunity daily to recruit 1 per week?
  10. Follow a marketing plan – Spin multiple plates at all times.  Face to face prospecting, internet marketing, advertising, vendor events and workshops.

When you stop over thinking it and follow the system in place, you can become a master at direct sales!

 

Recruiting 101: “You’re One Recruit Away From An Explosion”

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I have been in the financial industry in a direct selling company for almost two decades. One of the things I come across when I am recruiting reps to expand my business is that direct sales is often misunderstood. What I want is for people to understand what direct sales really is. Instead of traditional retail outlets or online marketplaces, direct selling maintains a sales force of millions of committed independent entrepreneurs.

These small business owners affiliate with a direct selling company and receive commissions on sales, but work for themselves. Independent direct sellers set their own hours and create their own marketing plans. They determine whether to build a sales team and how to go about mentoring them. Also, how to serve their customers – whether in their homes, online, or at parties with family and friends. This all depends upon the type of company it is. I am in the financial industry so doing an in home party or a meeting to recruit new associate’s wouldn’t be in my home or the home of friends – for obvious reasons.

Aside from the fact that you can start in a network marketing company on a part-time basis while you learn and work from home, you have the ability to make unlimited residual income. The way that you do that is to go out and recruit some awesome people and duplicate yourself over and over. To me, the most attractive part of the business was the ability to recruit and build a team of people I can teach to make a six figure income and run their own business. I would get to override this team and receive residual income forever. The concept is to build a team that becomes self-sufficient and goes on to run their own office, it is like opening multiple franchise outlets. The huge difference is that the average franchise requires a large sum of money to get started. Most direct sales companies require a minimal out-of-pocket expense to get started.

So why not work smarter not harder? One of the best ways to achieve multilevel marketing success is to share the products and business opportunity with other people.

Here are a few tips that will help you to get out there and recruit and build your team:

 

Learn to Collaborate for Better Business Results

Whatever your product or service is your business is driven by referrals. So often I watch people network and try to get an appointment with another business owner to share information about their business and all I hear is “I”, “Me”, “I need”. There is no I in TEAM guys.

People want to hear about what’s in it for them. What they’re thinking when you are talking to them is that it all sounds great but, “what’s in it for me?”

I am approached countless times a week to come to a meeting, a party or have coffee to hear about what the other person wants me to know about their business. I can count on one hand how many times I am asked to meet to see how we can help one another’s business. I am a firm believer that giving should always come first. However, there comes a point where you have to take a stand and say if you want my help and my time I’d like you to hear about what I do to see if there is some way we may be able to work together.

Successful entrepreneurs understand that networking is a two way street. It is never all about you. You must always be on the lookout for opportunities that may help your connections. Always! Basically, by giving business to other individuals in business, you will ultimately get business back. Does that make sense? This may sound trivial but this is a huge reason people give up. They run out of appointments and people to talk to because they always ask and rarely give. What someone else has to offer is as important to them to share with you as your business is to share with them.

Collaborating with other like minded business owners is crucial in order for your business to prosper. Collaboration is the sharing of a mission, vision, resources, and goals. It is voluntary, based upon one or more common goals, values, needs, or interests. It is two or more people working on a common goal and purpose that will  benefit one another. Working together can lead to competition channeled in the right situation can help individuals to stretch themselves and excel.

Please contact me with any questions or leave me a comment below!

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Let’s Embrace 2016

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It’s that time of year again! As I sat quietly this morning in my sun room sipping my coffee I was vividly remembering my sweet grandmother saying to me when I was a little girl that the new year came faster and faster every year as you get older. I never understood that then. I know now that most of us feel the same way. I feel like I was just cleaning and packing all my holiday decorations and before I knew it I was taking them right out again!

I know everyone is talking about resolutions, goals, vision boards etc. and I know we all need to do all those things. I just wanted to talk about personal reflection right now. The end of the year is a natural pause point to think about the prior year and to visualize the new one. It is the time of year that we reflect and reminisce. In one of the training classes I ran this week I talked to my guys about just focusing on a few things right now. We have to ask ourselves some questions because those questions are a catalyst for digging deeper into our personal reflection.

Successes large and small over the last year should be recognized. Any progress is an accomplishment. We need to think about things that didn’t go as expected just as much. If we didn’t make any mistakes we would never learn the lessons we have learned.

These were the only questions I asked and told them to really think about and then write it down:

  1. What was the absolute best thing that happened to you this year?
  2. What was the most disappointing thing that happened to you this year?
  3. What was the biggest waster of time for you last year?
  4. What is the “most” important thing you want to accomplish in 2016?

I think you can get so much out asking yourself these few simple questions. It makes you think about where you have been and what you have accomplished. It also makes you face your failures so you can focus on what lessons you have learned from them and what you will change this year to get a different result.

The “New Year” is a  time for new beginnings and new endeavors. Last year was just a stepping stone to this one.

Have a prosperous, healthy, productive, peaceful, energetic and super happy new year!

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