Women Speakers Association WSA-TV highlights the inspiring work and advice from these dynamic women.
This March 24th episode features women leaders:
Anastasia Schuster, McCartney Green & Nitara Osbourne
Find out more about these WSA Leaders
Anastasia Schuster, is the co-author of Business Success with Ease and a speaker consultant. She educates, enlightens, inspire peopel to use the platform to grow their business. Learn more at: Website www.AccessSpeakers.biz
McCartney Green helps women (and girls) who feel sad, lonely, lost, joyless, or traumatized by violence, to never be a victim again, to feel strong with exuberant joy and ineffable bliss through understanding, empowerment, love, and spirituality. She did this and wrote a series of 8 novels entitled “Dandelions Never Die”. Learn more at http://mccartneygreen.com
Nitara Osbourne, M. Ed., professor, blogger and screenplay writer, is instrumental in helping people, artists and educators specifically, make a great living doing what they love doing. Read her blog at http://www.unclosetedprofessor.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.
Anastasia shares “If you have a message that is of value to the world you must get out there and share it if not you’re doing the world a disservice. Don’t keep it to yourself…bless us all with it!”
McCartney says “First, we are not alone, because we are very much connected to wonderful and amazing things in the Universe and we have the power to make that connection easier than one may think. And secondly, in order to make real change in this world we need to grasp the power behind a statement that is usually very difficult to grasp and almost always makes us mad before we understand, and that statement is, “We are only victims if we allow ourselves to be.”
Nitara advises us to write down a concrete list of goals and then create plans that are conducive to reaching those goals. The plan should include daily activities that lead up to exactly what it is that you want to achieve.