Thoughts from the Yellow Conference 2017 / ep 42
I've been digesting all that happened for me at the Yellow Conference 2017 this year and I finally decided to record a special solo episode to not only talk about my magical experience but also some tips if you aren't sure exactly how to make the most of any sort of networking or conference event.
I share three useful tips for before, during, and after a conference and how to feel your most calm and centered self, and also meet as many new people as possible.
I'm so grateful Joanna Waterfall invited me to participate as a workshop leader this year and that on its own was an amazing experience. I ran a workshop called "Marrying your Data and Intuition" and I was happy to see so many women want to start using their data more intelligently.
Even now, several weeks after the conference, I feel super energized and inspired to keep pushing different areas of my business and doing my very best!
Have you been to a conference this year? Are you planning on going to one? Tag me in Instagram on what conferences and events you have gone/will go to this year!
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