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Title: Entrepreneurial Moms of Toronto November Mastermind: Ranting Your Way to Success
Location: Fionn MacCool’s – 181 University Avenue?- Toronto, ON M5H 3M7
Description: Entrepreneurial Moms of Toronto November Mastermind: Ranting Your Way to Success
Have you ever had a complaint you couldn’t let go of? A problem that wouldn’t go away? Ranting, or “Power Bitching” as we sometimes call it, is a powerful tool for clearing up irritations, upsets, and creating solutions that under other circumstances would keep causing stress-damaging your productivity and peace of mind. We’re going to go through the process of getting from rant to solution, giving you a practical tool to use anytime, anywhere in your life and business.
Tina Dietz is a woman with a mission of causing 10,000 thriving businesses. After earning a Master of Science in Counseling and Educational Development, Tina developed transitional high school to college programming with more than 250 local educators. She has created college education programs for some of the nation’s largest utility providers. Tina is also a veteran entrepreneur and coach with years of experience helping businesses grow and specializing in small businesses and startups. Her combined experience in education and entrepreneurship make her ideally suited to guide other entrepreneurs in developing their businesses with an eye on creating ventures where business is one fantastic part of your extraordinary life.
Also speaking is Emily Chung, founder of AutoNiche sharing her expertise as a mom entrepreneur.
AutoNiche is a unique auto repair shop, featured on Breakfast Television and the Marilyn Denis Show, because founder Emily Chung brings a woman’s perspective into the auto repair experience by offering an environment that is family-friendly and respectful of all clients. The staff at AutoNiche bring over 25 years of technical experience and over 15 years of automotive parts experience. AutoNiche’s mission is: in faith and grace we strive to provide our customers with auto repair services that meet the highest standards of quality, honesty and integrity.
While on maternity leave with her second child, Emily pursued the Automotive Service Technician program at Centennial College. She placed second in her class and received the Toronto Automotive Dealers Association apprentice scholarship. She holds a Hons. BA from the University of Waterloo, has worked in public policy, psychological testing and human resources.
181 University Avenue?Toronto, Ontario M5H 3M7
EM members attend for free. RSVP to Bonnie Chan at appreciationwins (a t) gmail.com
Non- members $25.00
Start Time: 6:30pm
End Time: 9:30pm