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Marion on KLTY 94.9 Radio Dallas

Marion on KLTY 94.9 Radio Dallas

I taped an interview with Starlene Stringer of 94.9 KLTY – Your Life. Inspired radio in Dallas talking about my book ‘What You Don’t Know Is Hurting You: 4 Keys to A Phenomenal Career’. I dig deeper into how leadership is a vital skill set. I also bring up a topic that is dear to me, my family’s amazing nonprofit  Sunshine’s…

RSVP to join me as the Keynote Speaker for the Annual National Sales Network Conference in NYC

RSVP to join me as the Keynote Speaker for the Annual National Sales Network Conference in NYC

I am honored to be the keynote speaker at this year’s National Sales Network (NSN) conference in NYC! This annual event takes place at LinkedIN’s Empire State building office on Thursday, October 18th from 6 -10 pm. Every year the NSN conducts an annual conference & career fair where people can engage with top world sales leaders and over 45…

Don’t Quit Your Day Job – Read This First

Don’t Quit Your Day Job – Read This First

If you’ve moved from job to job, and still haven’t been able to move into the position that you’ve been yearning for… I recommend that you read this article from the Ladders where we discuss the things you should consider before you quit. The truth of the matter is, you follow yourself wherever you go, so before you make sure that you are certain that you aren’t taking the source of your issues with you into your next role, or you may find yourself in the same position with different scenery. It’s time to break the cycle.

Emotional Intelligence Can Sometimes Be a Bad Thing

Emotional Intelligence Can Sometimes Be a Bad Thing

As an advocate of emotional intelligence and self-awareness, I feel like it is also important to make note of the fact that there are some downsides that you want to be cautious of. Check out this article from Insider where I mention the pitfalls that can come as a result of being emotionally aware. As a coach that his helping my clients work through their current challenges, I help them understand these pitfalls so that they do not get stuck, and can continue moving towards their goals.

 

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