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                                                           Spring 2019

 Julie B. Hill - Founder                                                    

"I want to hold your hand.”  --The Beatles  
                                                       Beauty - Nail Care
                                                 Julie B. Hill

A woman’s hands and feet reflect her personality and attention to detail.  Having well-groomed nails projects a sense of confidence and displays beauty and fashion to the world around you.  When we are involved in a presentation or a one to one conversation, people will observe a person’s hand movements as well as their nails.

When you focus on great nail care, you will become a more confident person in meetings, conversations, and overall day to day living.  I book a nail appointment monthly because it is my time to pamper myself.  I always walk out of the salon feeling wonderful.  You can google Spring and Summer 2019 Nail Trends to get ideas and start taking charge of great nail care today!!

Beauty Tip: Book a nail appointment within the next few weeks and I recommend you sign up for our “Picnic in the Park” Friday June7th, 2019.   It is selling out fast!  We will be going through the Four Essential P’s from our book, The Power of Prayer, Personal Style, Personal Hygiene  & Physical Self Care.   Just go to our web-site to sign up! Hope to see many of you there!

                                                                                                 Vitalia Bryn-Pundyk 

"Your Network = Your Networth!."-- Vitalia Bryn-Pundyk

                                                  Business - "Network Notes!"
                                              Vitalia Bryn-Pundyk, M.Ed/DTM

When and where is the best time to do some networking?  Anytime, every time, anywhere, and everywhere.   Most people think you need to reserve your networking opportunities for those chamber-sponsored business/social events. 
I believe one of the best times to do some networking is when we are asked what we do for a living.  The next time somebody asks you what you do for a living, develop a 9-17 word response that clearly and succinctly tells people what you do and how you help them, what you do and how you can solve a problem, what you do and how you can take away their pain.  I call this the “one-line sales success statement” that will allow you to ditch the pitch.
Years ago, when people asked me what I did for a living, I used to tell them “I’m a sales trainer and a motivational speaker.”  And in my mind I’m thinking, “Let’s cheer rah, rah!”  You have never seen a room clear out so fast.  Or  I used to tell them my WHOLE life story and everything I do and everything I wanted to do , because I was so passionate about it all and I wanted to share it with the world, and I especially wanted to share it with you and anyone who was within earshot of you… and it became what I call “verbal vomit.”  Please, let’s avoid the vomit!
Oh yes……we all know or have met someone like that or maybe some of you recognize yourselves behaving and interacting like that.  People who overwhelm you with all their information are called “Paper Pushers” and ”Verbal Vomitters.”   
Paper Pushers toss you all of their literature, brochures, and multiple business cards (no matter what the setting) whether you want it or not, and Verbal Vomitters corner you, won’t let you go, and dominate conversations, only talking about themselves.
Well,….guess what?.....I learned very quickly that this wasn’t the way to get the results I was looking for.  Then about 15 yrs. ago, I started employing this strategy and it’s the one that really made a difference for me in generating more business.  Today, when people ask me what I do for a living, I give them a 12-word response that I will share with you now as an example.  Of course, you will need to develop one that is more customized for what you do and how you help people.  Today when people ask me, “Vitalia what do you do for a living?”  I tell them,  “I help people grow their business, increase productivity, and close more sales.” Let’s re-read that again:  “I help people grow their business, increase productivity, and close more sales.”  

Keep it short. Keep it sweet. Keep it simple.

Business Tip:  If you aren't networking, then you're not working!



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