You get 10 points if you recognize the quote in the title of this episode from The Notebook. Yes, Britt is a huge fan of Nicholas Sparks. You'll just have to forgive her cheeky humor. DiSC, Meyer-Briggs, Enneagram, and now DOPE. Here at MarketHer, we love personality tests as they help us not only know ourselves better but more importantly, help us understand the people we work with every day.
Picture this. It was a hot summer day in Wallingford, CT. The whole team was in office for one of our quarterly team get togethers. We were in the middle of our annual Dip Day, which is the best day of the year - yes, even better than Christmas - because everyone makes and shares a different dip and you eat dips for days.
We've tackled similar topics before -- the ones where we complain that there aren't enough female bosses, CEOs, leaders having a seat at the table, etc. Well, we are at it again! This week's episode, we are talking about speakers, and particularly, women speakers.
Before I read Never Lose a Customer Again by Joey Coleman (which debuted at #2 on Wall Street Journal’s Best Sellers’ List), when someone asked me to explain my role at IMPACT, I had a hard time articulating it.
You all know her. She's the perfect mom. The perfect wife. She looks gracious on the treadmill and never ever sweats. She shows up to meetings perfectly prepared and everything she says is witty, smart -- and it's just nauseating.
We all recently read an article titled: Four Things Successful Women In Marketing Do. We decided to review this article on our episode and break down what those four things mean to us and how we've been able to implement those into our everyday lives.
Anyone who knows me well (or even a little) knows I’m a very proud Texan. So, when I learned I was going to a marketing conference in the Texas hill country, I was happy I didn’t have to drive far and that I could show my co-workers around my home state. via GIPHY Now, to be honest, I wasn’t as jazzed about the conference itself.
Do you ever feel like fear of failture follows you wherever you go? Whether it's a fear of losing your job, being ashamed of a mistake, or just fear of not having all your stuff together? Today, MarketHer faces fear head on.