Women Speakers Association WSA-TV highlights the inspiring work and advice from these dynamic women.

 

This Feb 25th episode features women leaders:
Sharon Rogles, Annalise Jennings & Ahesha Catalano

 

Find out more about these WSA Leaders

Sharon Rogles works with midlife women in the midst of transition. She helps women understand their personal Heart Print and the stages of transformation. By expanding awareness about the effects of the era we are living in and how to live life from an overflowing cup Rogles facilitates transformations. Learn about her process at http://theheartprint.com

Annalise Jennings works with indigenous communities to enable economic opportunity, positive social change and spiritual growth. Her mission is to shift humanity in a positive way. Learn more about Annalise’s work at http://www.dynamicexchange.com.au

Ahesha Catalano works with speakers, authors, entrepreneurs helping them see more of the world through profitable retreats. She works with entrepreneurs to take their message and their audience to exciting, beautiful places. Learn more about Ahesha at http://www.thetraveldame.com/

Host and Google Hangout On Air Producer is Laura Rubinstein, Certified Hypnotherapist, Social Media & Marketing Mentor and Business Transformation Strategist, of http://SocialBuzzClub.com and http://TransformToday.com

 

Advice from our WSA Experts

We asked our featured guests to share some of the valuable wisdom that they use with their clients.

Sharon suggests that anytime you are going through major life transitions remember that this is your soul signal waking you up and getting your attention for something deeper. It’s ringing to help you notice something about yourself that needs to be discovered. It is also waking you up to the era you are living in and may be reminding you of a your higher purpose. Every problem comes with a promise.

Annalise shares that it is important to be clear about your motivation and stay passionate.

Ahesha advises – Don’t skimp on the planning. Lots of people think they want to plan a profitable retreat but few are willing to do the groundwork it takes to ensure their retreat will be profitable.

Feb 25, 2016 WSA-TV Experts