39 Minutes to Improve Your G.R.O.W. Formula – Listen Now

I was just interviewed by Chicke Fitzgerald, Founder of the Executive Girlfriends Group.

Feel free to listen to this conversation to hear:

 

  • Why the definition of wealth has shifted in the past decade
  • Why most business executives feel drained when it comes to marketing and planning – and how to get unstuck
  • Four G.R.O.W. strategies that will help your B2B business thrive in these volatile times

 

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Click here to download (39 minutes).

Many thanks to Chicke and her community for hosting this live event.

 

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