Dynamic duo Stephanie Abrams Cartin and Courtney Spritzer and their team run a full service social media agency with the focus on social PR and work with clients in developing campaigns to build brand awareness and build online presence.
Stephanie and Courtney went to school for two very different things. Stephanie went to college at Cornell University School of Hotel Administration for hospitality and business management. Courtney went to college at New York University for economics and business. When she and Stephanie met in 2011 they both realized the skill sets each other had and started working on the side with the idea of online presence. They both quit their jobs on the same day and made their business where it is today!
Stephanie and Courtney share the following in this broadcast:
Welcome Broads! Today’s guest is Danielle Watson! Danielle is a global provocateur, professional muse, choose your own adventurer, and the creator of The Purse Process®. As an anthropologist who doesn’t like digging in the dirt, Danielle was faced with either walking away from the field she loved, or rising to the challenge of uniting the seemingly irreconcilable.
In the process, she hatched something irresistible: The Purse Process®.
Danielle’s Purse Process® is a pioneering tool that applies tried and true principles of archeology in a fresh way, placing a decidedly modern and feminine spin on this dusty science. The Purse Process® is part of the unique tool kit Danielle uses as she guides women through restoring their core confidence, mentors them in achieving self-actualization, and teaches them how to turn their personal quirks into high-value professional assets. Danielle’s uncommon mix of enthusiasm, personal strength, femininity, and vulnerability has made this unlikely anthropologist a popular, pint-sized inspiration to women everywhere.
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Connect with Danielle:
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www.purseprocess.com - website
“Great teams are not built on similarities.” Sally Hogshead, a world class branding expert and international best-selling author created a test assessment that is based on branding rather than psychology. This test is not about how you see the world but how the world sees you at your best. Sally believes the world needs more you! Women who take this test are more confident in how to communicate with people because they know what they bring to the table.
Sally graduated from Duke University and then went into advertising. After working with world class brands she moved on to personal branding. In her research she has discovered that when people are fascinated with something then they are captivated by a product. So why not apply this to people and help them find what their captivating values are?
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Ali Brown, an “accidental entrepreneur”, has made her success in giving advice and tips to women on how to make more money in their businesses. Ali’s aha moment happened when she was working for a small ad company in New York and one day she realized she wanted to work in a place where she could do what she wanted to do when she wanted to. In this broadcast, Ali shares her experiences in the risks she has taken, changes she has made and how to make the work load a little easier on you.
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