National and international Certified Business Etiquette Strategist, Personal & Professional Image Branding and Confidence Coach, who’s purpose and passion is to help professional women, ladypreneurs and college women get noticed by establishing a confident, polished, poised, and professional business presence. Founder and CEO of The Etiquette and Image International Institute LLC, a finishing school of personal development located in West Palm Beach, Florida. A finishing school of etiquette, image and personal development, specializing in social etiquette, communication etiquette, business etiquette, personal image, dining etiquette, and certified to teach etiquette to children.
Education/Certifications: Master of Science, Human Services from Nova Southeastern University. Bachelor of Science in Corrections from Bethune Cookman University with a concentration in Psychology. Etiquette Certifications from The Etiquette Institute by Maria Everding and National Association of Urban Etiquette Professionals by Trenette Wilson.
Types Of Clients: Business professionals, entrepreneurs, universities and young ladies.
Favorite Part About My Job: Helping others to achieve success and feel confident in themselves.
Steadfast Do's and Don'ts: Do express your ideas effectively. Do assert your opinion confidently. Do be poised, polished and professional. Don’t show up small. Don’t second guess yourself. Don’t allow fear to paralyze you from moving forward.
Most important qualities of a good leader: 1. Credibility - a good leader sets the precedence of their expectation. 2. Creativity -. a good leader thinks out of the box, and is open to the possibilities. 3. Communication - a good leader understands that effective communication and being a good listener goes both ways.
My Advice for women starting their careers: Believe in yourself, be confident and don’t allow fear or others negative opinions stop you from achieving your goals.
Advice I wish I'd had (or had followed): My advised to a younger me would be to set my goals higher and not take the easy way out.
Quote I live By: “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.” Marianne Williamson
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