Selling In A Skirt

Selling In A Skirt

Selling In A Skirt with Judy Hoberman is about women in business, mindset, confidence, leadership and current events. It’s your connection to women nationally, internationally and globally. Sales and leadership is a combination that should go without saying. You can't be in sales without being a leader and you can't lead without being in sales... You'll hear a conversation... not an interrogation. The results, whether you are in sales, life or being a host of a podcast are long-term relationships. Be prepared to be inspired, motivated and challenged.... Show More

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September 20, 2020 31 min
There’s a difference between talking and speaking, do you know what it is? If you don’t then this discussion of the day with Jane M. Powers is for you. Jane is a public speaker, entrepreneur, and author. Jane and Judy talk about using your voice, the importance of authenticity and why women shouldn’t see sales as ‘icky’. Jane also talks about the power of a 17 ½ second “intromercial” over the standard “elevator pitch.” Jane also sa...
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We all need mentors, whether we want to admit it or not. From the c-suite to the entry-level, its good to have a guide who’s “been there and done that.” However, it can be hard to find the right mentor. In this episode, Trish Tonaj joins Judy for the discussion of the day on mentorship. Trish is not only passionate about mentorship, but she also believes in the power of storytelling. Trish is a master coach, certified personal trai...
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Have you ever had a big idea and found out it wasn’t original until it was too late? Today’s guest deals with this all the time. Cheryl Hodgson is the founder of Brand Aide and Hodgson Legal, two companies that specialize in brand protection and copyright issues. During the discussion of the day Judy and Cheryl talk about the importance of networking, what people get wrong about branding and why it's important to realize ‘you d...
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We are stronger together, and you have to be open to learning. Wendy is a veteran of the financial services industry, and Andrea is a business coach and author. For the discussion of the day, all three women go beyond the difference between men and women. Wendy, Andrea, and Judy talk about women breaking through in male-dominated industries and why women trying to fit in as ‘just one of the boys’ isn’t the best way to find success....
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Men and women are different. Most people understand this, but many sales-people still have trouble navigating those differences. Madeline Pratt joins Judy for the discussion of the day on the differences between men and women but quickly turns to empowerment. Judy and Madeline also touch on pay equity, industry equity, and women in sales. Madeline is the Founder and CEO of Fearless in Training and spent her career serving as a busi...
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Mindset is everything. While this may sound obvious, it’s not as easy as it sounds. Joining Judy for today’s discussion of the day is Jacob Roig, a business mindset and success coach. Not only has Jacob seen business success, he’s also a certified fire-walk instructor. Judy and Jacob talk about the differences between men and women when it comes to mindset, how your mindset stems back to childhood and the importance of action. Jaco...
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Culture may be a buzz word in businesses of all levels, but what does it mean? Today’s guest helps us not only define culture, but sheds some light on what it means for leaders, employees and the world outside the organization. Don Taylor is an executive coach, adjunct professor, public speaker and a retired Colonel who served in the United States Air Force. He’s also President of LifeWorxs, a firm helping companies get back to wor...
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August 2, 2020 29 min
You always get more than you give back and today’s guest is living proof. Chicke Fitzgerald joins Judy for the discussion of the day on giving back. Chicke is the founder and CEO Solutionz Innovations and the Game Changer Network. During the interview Chicke and Judy talked about why all great leaders are givers and how Chicke worked giving into her business model. Chicke says it can be hard for some people can understand, but it a...
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July 26, 2020 30 min
Leveling up doesn’t just happen in video games, you can do it too and today’s guests will help you do it. Pia and Gitzy own Inspired Results Consulting, a firm dedicated to helping high achievers & entrepreneurs who want to take their success to another level. During the discussion of the day Pia and Gitzy explain to Judy what leveling up is all about, how the power of imagination can help get you the life you want and how to a...
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Our world has become mindless, let’s try to be mindful. In an age of constant distractions being present can be hard in life and in business. Holly Duckworth joins Judy for the discussion of the day on being more mindful. Holly is a mindfulness expert and podcaster who helps stressed out leaders create peace, presence and profits. If you think mindfulness and sales don’t mix, you might want to listen up. It’s time to gain some new ...
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Everyone has a story and every situation is a story. So, how do you use your story? Amy Evans joins Judy for the discussion of the day about storytelling, empowerment and growing your network. Amy and Judy both talked about getting personal on stage, how hard it is, and the good that can come from it. They also swap stories about their time in the insurance industry building relationships. Amy’s insurance experience inspired her to...
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Today Cordelia Gaffar joins Judy for the discussion of the day centered on feeding your mind and body. Cordelia and Judy start with making the connection between between the food you eat, your mindset and the content you absorb everyday. Cordelia shares what words every woman needs to take out of her vocabulary, why we all need to get rid of our baggage and a trick to turn around love songs to help you get in the “happy bubble”. Yo...
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We all have untapped potential, and today’s guest has made it her mission to help people tap into theirs. Gabrielle Leonard knows all about untapped potential. She went from a homeless teen to award winning corporate strategy coach and speaker. During the discussion of the day Gabrielle explains her Embrace, Embody and Empower program. Hint: Gabrielle says it has as much to do with how you see yourself in the future as you see your...
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You might not think of sales as an act of love, but today’s guest wants to change your mind. Christine Schlonski joins Judy for the discussion of the day. Christine is the queen of sales success mindset and founder the Heart Sells! Podcast. Christine believes everyone can sell by being authentic and enjoy the journey. Christine and Judy talk about why women are turned off by sales, and how women are naturally wired for sales and ma...
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Mastering the media midfield isn’t as hard as you think it is according to today’s guest will show you how. Kristin Marquet the founder of Marquet Media and FemFounder.co., joins Judy for the discussion of the day on marketing know-how for women entrepreneurs. Kristin offers practical information on when you need to hire a PR agency and why you might not need one. Kristin also offers her thoughts on why quality is more important th...
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Change is hard, but today’s guest says it doesn’t have to be. Monique DeMonaco is a business coach who bases her work in Brain-Science, Emotional Intelligence and joins Judy for this discussion. Monique shares the four universal reasons behind struggle, why we need to forget about the pre-determine roles and how your mind is actually fertile ground for change even if you don’t believe it. Monique not only also shares with Judy her...
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Everybody learns a little bit differently and today’s guest is an expert in getting the most out of your team. Cheryl Johnson is a Performance Solution Specialist who has more than 20 years experience in coaching, learning and workplace training. With her pioneering attitude, Cheryl has made strong contributions in the areas of learning with an emphasis on behavioral change. Cheryl has been recognized as a leader in the architectu...
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When Julie Foucht decided she needed to take her coaching business seriously, she hired a high-end coach and learned to ‘market like a man.’ She doubled, then tripled her income in less than a year, but felt drained, uninspired and restless. Urged by Spirit, she embraced her essential ‘Womaness’ and birthed a new way, The Art of Feminine Marketing. Today, Julie teaches female coaches, teachers and healers who are frustrated with tr...
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Finances can be confusing and intimidating for anyone, but few firms realize it’s not a one size fits all business. Some see women as a niche, but both Arwen and Judy disagree. Through her business Becker Retirement Group Arwen and her husband Randy focus on retirement planning for women. While Arwen spent the last 20 years in retirement planning, she began holding her “women’s only” events just three years ago. Find out what she&#...
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Even the introverts among us yearn for a sense of community and belonging. In this Episode of Selling in a Skirt Melanie Lightbourn-Rowe joins Judy to talk about the importance of being a part of something larger than yourself and living with purpose. Melanie and Judy also talk about Melanie’s uncanny knack for writing books. Melanie Lightbourn-Rowe, a native of Nassau, Bahamas, She has worked in the field of education for over t...
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