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Woman As Game Changers: GET BRAND READY

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It doesn’t matter if you are a solopreneur heading up your own start-up or a seasoned business owner with 20+ years under your designer belt, what you do, what you tweet, what your brand stands for MATTERS. The sooner you embrace that, the more you will be able to stand out and make a meaningful, game-changing difference in your world.


In this interactive presentation, you will experience a practical and experientially-based model that teaches you how to do just that. Women As Game Changers: GET BRAND READY integrates both “outer game” business-building skills like building your brand with “inner game” awareness and confidence so you can reduce or eliminate your “derailers” – mindsets that can and will compromise your best efforts. You will:

o Learn how the collective power of women is changing the world and what that means for your brand.

o Experience a 5-step game-changer process to determine your brand vision or “stake in the ground” and how to specifically apply that to your brand.

o Learn how your "below conscious mind" can support or derail you in business.

Women As Game Changers is like no other training you will encounter. Created by women game changers for women game changers, it acknowledges and celebrates how women live, work and lead today.

Carolyn Parrs

Carolyn Parrs is the founder and creator of Women As Game Changers, and a co-trainer with Devi Records. She is also the CEO and founder of Mind Over Markets, a strategic marketing communications company devoted to helping sustainable, green and healthy products and services build their brands and a better world for over 14 years. She speaks internationally on women's leadership and sustainability marketing.

Carolyn is a certified Business, Marketing and Life Coach and the co-host and producer of the online summit “Women As Game Changers” featuring 27 powerful women who are changing the game in the world right now. Carolyn is the creator of Women Of Green, an online community of nearly 10K fans that turns up the volume of the feminine voice in green, and is a founding board member and past President of the Santa Fe Green Chamber of Commerce.

As a young entrepreneur, she started her own consumer products company, Poochi, a high-end pet fashion & accessory business. She and her products have appeared on television shows such as Good Morning America, ABC News, CBS News and on radio and cable shows such as HBO, CNN and Lifetime Channel. Print coverage includes The New York Times, L.A. Times, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, People Magazine and Cosmopolitan. She is the mother of two and lives with her son, daughter and pups, Heart and Soul.

Devi Records

Devi Records has devoted her life to understanding and working with the below-conscious mind. Devi has helped develop many methods that assist both individuals and businesses in becoming more conscious-- using strengths more strategically and avoiding potential pitfalls. She is a founding member of Hakomi, a mindfulness-centered somatic psychotherapeutic model with thousands of practitioners and trainings worldwide including North and South America, Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Mexico.

She has many years of clinical practice as well as business coaching with CEO’s of major companies. Her client roster ranges from the English Military and Com Team, a mediation company in Germany, to small, one-person start ups. Devi and Veda live in the Rocky Mountains above Boulder, Colorado with wild turkeys, deer, and the occasional bear.

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