left Xtraordinary Living At Its Best: Podcast #53 - The Joy of Connecting

Saturday, May 02, 2009

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Podcast #53 - The Joy of Connecting

Our guest for this podcast episode is Bonnie Ross-Parker, CEO/Founder of The Joy of Connecting - Marketing With Heart. Bonnie's organization specializes in helping women in business through networking. As "America’s Connection Diva", Bonnie is an entrepreneur with a background in education, franchise development, publishing, network marketing and community development. She combines vision with a unique set of skills. Formerly the Associate Publisher of The Gazette Newspaper/Atlanta, she focuses her energies on supporting women.

In this episode, Bonnie shares her insights on:
-- Why she felt compelled to create a unique business networking model for women.
-- What sets The Joy of Connecting apart from other networking organizations like Chambers, BNIs or LeTips.
-- Why the monthly evening get together is considered an experience or an event rather than a meeting.
-- How Bonnie has successfully incorporated PL&L's QuoteActions, follow up and relationship building system, with over 300+ of her contacts.
-- How you can find a group in your city, or better yet, become a licensee of The Joy of Connecting for your area.

Bonnie shares a lot of valuable information. This is an excellent podcast to forward on to family members and friends. If you'd like to receive Bonnie's complimentary e-book "Y.O.U. Set a High Standard for Being Human" simply enter your name and email at her website listed below.

For more information and/or become a licensee, visit http://www.TheJoyofConnecting.com

Check out Bonnie's husband, Phil Parker's book "Grandpa Does Grandma." http://www.grandpadoesgrandma.com.

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This episode is approximately 28 minutes long. To listen to it, click on the play button below:

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