Morning Power Track (formerly Progressive Networking Breakfast)

Thursday, December 12, 2013
8:30 am – 10:00 am

Wealth Advisory Group LLC
355 Lexington Avenue, 9th Floor
New York City

Amy Salo, Vice President, Wealth Advisory Group LLC
Jane Wesman, President, NAWBO-NYC

Fee: NAWBO-NYC: Free / Non-Member: $35 

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Build your million-dollar business with NAWBO-NYC’s Morning Power Track. This unique networking event is a great way to start your day with a light breakfast and a chance to met everyone in the room. We make the introductions, so it’s a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Each Power Track event also features a lively presentation by a woman who has built a million-dollar business who shares her experiences with us all. You’ll be able to ask questions and add your own insights as well. Join us for a stimulating discussion and a chance to meet other successful women entrepreneurs.

On December 12, 2013, Jane Wesman, NAWBO-NYC President, will interview Anne Miller, one of New York’s top communications experts and NAWBO-NYC Mentor, who will explain how to make your sales presentations pay off. Anne will focus on actions you can take immediately to get in front of the right people – to present, persuade, and close the deal. It’s not as difficult as you may think.

About Anne Miller:  Internationally respected author, speaker and seminar leader, Anne teaches entrepreneurs how to build their businesses, showing them how to communicate clearly, creatively and persuasively. With over twenty-five years of experience, Anne has a deep understanding of learning theory, the latest mind research, and a passion for and knowledge of the art and science of professional selling and making presentations.

Anne is the author of The Tall Lady with the Iceberg: The Power of Metaphors to Sell, Persuade, & Explain Anything to Anyone, her newsletter, The Metaphor Minute, and blog, Make What You Say Pay, and numerous articles on the Internet and in business publications like Brandweek and Selling Power. Both NBC Today in New York and Bloomberg News Radio have featured Anne on their shows.