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November 03, 2008

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Angela

Janene,
I just love how you have moved so easily into working with, and providing for, women. Women supporting women is a fabulous concept! You said that through this process you have learned about your strengths and weaknesses. I love that you brought this up. In starting up a new business you discover a great deal about yourself. Sometimes we try not to notice, or forget that it's a wonderful thing. Thank you for the reminder!

Janene

Angela -

Thank you for your kind words. You are so right, sometimes we choose to not noticed our "development opportunities", but by focusing on them and learning from them, we can move mountains.

Carol McClelland of Green Career Central

Hi Janene, Congratulations on your upcoming conference! What a wonderful resource and experience for women. Good luck with the event. I also appreciated your three nuggets. Great reminders for me. Thanks for sharing them.

The Original Accidental Pren-her

Indeed, the Dynamic Women Entrepreneur conference sounds very exciting. Have you thought about asking Yvonne DiVita to come and make a presentation on marketing to women and publishing 3.0?

Dori Luthy-Harrison

Hey Janene,

What an awesome service you offer- I can think of several women I know who would LOVE to know about you! :) And thanks for your emphasis about creating and working from a business plan. Your realistic perspective is encouraging for this Accidental- Pren-her. Thanks and good luck with the conference!

Linda at Bookmark This Spot

Hi Janene,
It's so great to hear you speak about how you are continuing to develop your company to meet the needs of women business owners. Customer service is such an important part of business success. I really enjoyed your 3 nuggets. They provide a framework for a game plan for startups ( do a business plan) maintaining ( being realistic about the time it takes ) and also avoiding burnout (outsourcing). Good luck in Orlando with your conference. Susan, thanks again for another insightful and enjoyable podcast. I look forward to the next.

Laura Pettit Rusick

Janene,
Having done quite a bit of work with call centers from an IT perspective, it was great to hear what you're doing with customer service! The patience reminder is a good one, too. It's very easy for me to forget that. Thanks.

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