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San Francisco Bay Area Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Message from the President
  • How to Follow Up with Prospects (Event When you're Insanely Busy)
  • Member Spotlight for August - Susanne Lake
  • Welcome New Member
  • Regional Chapter Events
  • Events in the Bay Area
  • Upcoming NAWBO Events
  • In Case You Missed It...
  • Save the Date: 2019 National Women's Business Conference
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  • January 2019 Newsletter

    Check out the video messages from two of our board members, Karla Campbell and Sydni Craig-Hart, who attended the NAWBO Leadership Development Training in January in Scottsdale, AZ. And learn about Twitter 101 for Business from Colibri Digital Marketing. Everything you need to know!

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  • We would like to take this opportunity to share with you some positive news about the SFBA Chapter, the progress we're making, what we're working on, and areas that we need assistance.

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  • Why NAWBO?
     
    I had the same question five years ago. My business was stagnating. It was time putting energy into working ON my business rather than IN my business. Since I know the most effective way service industry businesses like mine to grow is through networking, I took myself on a "networking tour" of the Bay Area.
     

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  • I recently added a new book to my nightstand "to read" pile: A Year of Saying Yes by Shonda Rhimes. Shonda Rimes committed to saying Yes for one full year. "First came the terrifying public Yeses - delivering the commencement at Dartmouth...then came the excruciating private Yeses - reevaluating her health and confronting the damaging relationships in her life."

    Saying Yes allowed her to "explore, empower, applaud and love her truest self." It allowed her to take advantage of a larger world of possibilities.

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  • McDonald's founder, Ray Kroc, said "when you are green, you are growing." He knew there was no such thing as stasis in business; yo

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