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Dr. Sandi Webster
How do you keep a business going in a failing economy? Can you really have a multi-million dollar business and work from home? Dr. Sandi Webster and her partner Peggy McHale not only started their business as a result of 9/11 amidst a corporate layoff from American Express – they then survived the financial crisis in 2008 grew, scaled and sold a multi-million business and Sandi shares some of her key challenges and learnings. So, if you are navigating your business through the Covid-19 crisis, you’ll want to listen to this interview – you’ll get some great insights and feel inspired and empowered to keep moving forward.
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Sandi Webster, Helping Companies ScaleUP, Build Systems & Advisory Board Internationally
As Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sandi Webster Coachsulting, Sandi has developed workshops and programs that have transformed businesses – How to Do Business with Corporations, How to Become a Better Leader, How To Form an Advisory Board… and have helped business owners to move forward in developing a sustainable company.
Success Secrets for Entrepreneurial Women – Part 1
The buzz: The secret’s out. So you’re a woman and you want to start – or expand – your own business. That’s great! Women are the fastest growing segment of business owners in the U.S. today. But here’s the rub: compared to men, women tend to have smaller companies, generate less revenue, and employ fewer people. What accounts for these differences? And what can you do about? Our panelists will reveal the key factors holding women back, plus solid advice for business success – for female and male entrepreneurs. These are insights you won’t want to miss. The experts speak. Jane Wesman, Jane Wesman Public Relations, Inc.: “The road to success is not a solitary journey.” Sandi Webster, Consultants 2 Go, LLC: “There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women” (Madeleine Albright). Nina Kaufman, Esq., Entrepreneur.com Legal Expert: “If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up someplace else” (Yogi Berra). Join us for Success Secrets for Entrepreneurial Women.
The Voice of A Woman
Dr. Sandi Webster immigrated to Brooklyn, New York City in the 70’s as a kid with her parents. Settled in the United States, she had to face a lot of discrimination starting from her childhood days. The Voice of Woman reached out to this strong lady to learn more about her story, how she became the entrepreneur that she is today, her lesson learnings and lots more. Watch this video to the end where Dr. Sandi Webster also shares how people of color were treated back in the 80’s in the US.
Success Secrets for Entrepreneurial Women – Part 2
The buzz: Ready. Set. Wait! You’re a woman entrepreneur ready to start or expand your own business. Now what? You need to know that while women are the fastest growing segment of U.S. business owners, they tend to have smaller companies, generate less revenue, and employ fewer people than men. Is this due to fear of success, short-sighted planning, weak business processes, leadership insecurity – or all of the above? Learn the critical factors holding women back and solid advice to enhance your business success. These insights can help men, too. The experts speak. Jane Wesman, Jane Wesman Public Relations, Inc.: “Be flexible and recognize that business problems don’t always have clear-cut solutions.” Sandi Webster, Consultants 2 Go, LLC: “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re right” (Henry Ford). Nina Kaufman, Esq., Entrepreneur.com Legal Expert: “It ain’t over ‘til it’s over” (Yogi Berra). Join us for Success Secrets for Entrepreneurial Women – Part 2.
Success Secrets for Entrepreneurial Women Part 3: Looking Back and Ahead
The buzz: Get smart. If you’re a woman entrepreneur – or hope to be soon – you’re in the fastest growing U.S. business owner segment. What lessons can you learn from women-owned businesses that soared and/or hiccupped in 2015? What business opportunities and pitfalls can you expect in 2016? The experts speak. Jane Wesman, Jane Wesman Public Relations, Inc.: “Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard. (Guy Kawasaki). Linda A. Hamilton, CPA: “My day should end when I am tired not when I amLLdone. I am never done. There is always more to be done, more that should be done, always more that can be done” (Andy Grove). Deanna Kory, The Corcoran Group: “To do a common thing uncommonly well brings success” (Henry J. Heinz). Sandi Webster, Consultants 2 Go, LLC: “Sometimes it only takes someone saying just the right thing, at just the right moment, to change a person’s life forever” (Kevin Spacey). Join us for Success Secrets for Entrepreneurial Women Part 3: Looking Back and Ahead.