• Stephanie's Blog

    Thoughts, musings, and ruminations.

    Sales training, business inspiration, & personal thoughts from the sales trainer, keynote speaker & author herself!

    On January 9th & 10th, we hosted The Grow Retreat for 2019 and one of our speakers, Matthew Pollard, had a comment that perfectly summed up one key that I've tried to hit home repeatedly this last year: "Speaking to everyone is speaking to no one. Plus it's expensive!" We talked about this...
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    A couple of years ago, my coach told me to start running a monthly check-in with myself. To sit down with pen and paper and review the past month and plan for the next. It started rather informally and irregularly. But the longer I've done this, the more I have learned the power of this event...
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    The other day I was working on a painting of a wave cresting around a setting sun, mostly just to chill since it's become very therapeutic for me over the past few weeks! And I started getting frustrated because, while the wave turned out pretty decent, the background just wouldn't work! The...
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    Up until 2016, I viewed the orchestra as rather outdated and the conductor as a silly figure waving a wand self-importantly. Then I got selected to perform a TED talk, and one of the gentlemen presenting at the same conference blew my mind. He was talking about the lessons in leadership he's...
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    When I tell people that they don't want to be anything like Uber which has become the noun to describe the ride-sharing industry, AirBnB which has re-written the hospitality industry, or Palantir which has transformed the tech-security world, I get pretty weird looks. Here's why I make that...
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    November 19, 2018
    Last October I had the chance to go see Tony Robbins in-person for a single-day event in Dallas, since it's always been a dream-come-true type of moment, I cleared my calendar, found the money, bought a ticket & went! Of course, for under $1000 to see Tony live, I knew the first half of the day...
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