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Chrisette Michele, Necole Bitchie, and Others Share Secrets of Success at Rolling Out’s Female Success Factor Seminar

On Saturday, March 28 at the Detroit Library Main branch, rolling out hosted an invaluable and productive women’s seminar – Make Your History, Make Your Brand: Female Success Factor Seminar. The well-attended seminar, which featured high powered female executives and celebrities, was chocked full of ‘wow moments’ and addressed a myriad of issues impacting women’s ability to forge successful careers and businesses. The event which was co-sponsored by rolling out and McDonald’s Corporation received glowing reviews from participants who expressed profound appreciation for the speakers, remarks and networking. –roz edward

1. Educate: Make things happen by increasing and enhancing your knowledge and understanding of core professional and personal practices to move you closer to attaining your goals and achieving success.

2. Network: Make new business contacts and connections that could lead to clients, sales, investors, and other important opportunities.

3. Practical Application: Build your business acumen and your credentials along with your level of professionalism with real life examples and tips offered by other successful women.

4. Confidence and Sense of Pride: Feel more empowered and validated as an entrepreneur when you participate in the “live” business world.

5. Build Relationships: Business and professional relationships are integral factors in communicating and advancing your agenda on the path to success.

6. Peer-to-Peer Support: Direct interaction and immediate exchanges between like minded professional women can be your foray into new business and social ventures.

7. Mentorship: A mentor is that one person who can guide you, help you, take you under his or her wing, and nurture your career quest.

8. Advice: You’re guaranteed to hear at least one new tip or strategy that will help you identify solutions and strategies to steer you on your course.

9. Feedback: Having others to brainstorm and bounce ideas around with can save you time, money, and headaches.

10.Money: The more serious you are about investing time and energy into your business, the more likely you are to see that commitment translate into revenue.