Let’s take a walk and listen to this interview with Pattie Grimm, speaker, trainer, coach, and author of, “Quiet Women Never Changed History,” and shares five best practices that all women need to do. Pattie started her career as a teacher then after being laid off due to budget cuts, went from being a part-time teller to one of the youngest female vice-presidents for a big California bank by age 28. It was at that time that she decided to quit and start her own business. In 1998 she was hired by Microsoft and in 2010, 2011 faced a health scare that almost ended her career. Since then she has made it her mission to help women help themselves.
Listen to this conversation with host Natalie Benamou and Pattie Grimm as they discuss action steps you can take today.
“You have to fill yourself up and take time to invest in yourself, your own self-care.” -Pattie Grimm
Dr. Susan David author of #1 Wall Street Best Seller, “Emotional Agility” amazing YouTube videos about the dangers of being overly positive.
Pattie Grimm is an author, speaker, trainer, and coach. Get a copy of Pattie’s book on her website, “Quiet Women Never Changed History”.
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Natalie Benamou is the CEO of HerPower2 Lead and HerCsuite™ an online platform for Executive Women.
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Natalie founded Herpower2 Lead to create products that empower women to make lasting impacts today and into the future. She takes a ‘serve first’ approach to life and has applied this principle throughout her career, serving in leadership positions in business as well as non-profit organizations.
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