eWomenNetwork explores intuition and confidence in making the sale
The eWomenNetwork Reno/Carson/Tahoe Chapter is presenting a look at the role of intuition in creating a business advantage at the next eWomenNetwork event, 5 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. (doors open and informal networking begins at 4:30 p.m.), Wednesday, January 18, 2012, at the Hidden Valley Country Club, 3575 East Hidden Valley Dr., Reno.
Successful people often engage intuition as a potent, valuable and practical resource to expand success. Presenter Susan Rueppel, Ph.D., will discuss how to access intuitive senses and use them in business – and specifically in sales – to make quicker, optimal business decisions to save time, save money and attract more ideal clients. This interactive session is designed to help increase intuition and use it to enhance marketing and sales results, attract more clients and know the optimal time to connect with prospects to close more sales.
Participants will learn:
- To get past the stigma of selling and shift into service, confidently offering solutions
- How to determine the greatest opportunities for revenue and when and how to go after them
- Tips and techniques for using innate knowledge to connect with clients and close more sales
Rueppel is an internationally known business intuition expert, speaker and trainer. She assists clients in expanding their vision and in gaining clarity, focus and confidence by providing specific strategies and a prioritized path forward. She blends more than 15 years as a professional intuitive with business acumen from more than two decades in corporate roles, along with her experience in starting and running two growing businesses.
eWomenNetwork is the No. 1 resource for connecting and promoting women and their businesses, offering Accelerated NetworkingTM and other resources designed to build relationships and success. The evening includes dinner and is $40 for eWomenNetwork members, $50 for non-members and $60 for late registration beginning January 14. Vendor display tables also are available; for more information or to register, visit the chapter website or call 775-853-2120.