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January Jones – What Is Your What?


Steve Olsher

 

January Jones – What Is Your What?

In the Summer of 2013, What Is Your WHAT? was created to help people find and share what they love to do. We believe that everyone has an inherent blueprint, something special that they are compelled to do because it’s an inherent part of who they are.

What Is Your WHAT? is a place for anyone looking to find and share their WHAT: Discover The ONE Amazing Thing You Were Born To Do. 

Consider Steve and this show as us your own personal group of teachers, fans and peers.

January Jones – Seize This Day

Dian HelbigDiane Helbig is an internationally recognized business and leadership development coach, author, speaker, and radio show host. As a certified, professional coach, and president of Seize This Day Coaching, Diane helps businesses and organizations operate more constructively and profitably.

As a speaker and workshop facilitator Diane merges energy and enthusiasm with rich content. Her goal is to leave her audience with actionable steps as well as the excitement to implement those steps. Diane has expertise in small business, sales, social media, networking, and leadership. She brings over 20 years of small business management and sales to her coaching.

Diane is the author of Lemonade Stand Selling, and the host of Accelerate Your Business Growth Radio show. She is also a Solution Provider and Authorized Local Expert for Constant Contact. Diane is the creator of the Clarity of Course Sales Training Program as well.

Diane is a Council of Smaller Enterprises board member, Member of the NSBA Leadership Council, Marketing Chair for WIN Cleveland and past chairwoman of the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce.

January Jones – Chess & Finances

Rich As A King: How the Wisdom of Chess Can Make You a Grandmaster of Investing

 

The idea to use chess as a metaphor to illustrate financial concepts began when I listened to my kids’ chess coach teach them the philosophy of the game and I saw that he was using the same ideas that I used when speaking with clients.

We started examining how we could employ chess strategies, the very same ones that had propelled Susan Polar to championship status, to improve investment portfolios. We decided to begin the task of researching and writing Rich As A King.