"A black belt is just a white belt that never gave up."
I am a dynamic Keynote Speaker with a heart to help people create more sales. As an educator for over 20 years, I have the skills to provide learning in a fresh and engaging perspective.
I have a unique style that combines sales with training. As a 3rd degree black belt in TaeKwonDo, I combine the black belt mindset with sales training to provide engaging and thought-provoking training.
Every month I lead a free sales training workshop and I attend regular keynote speaker events to help sales professionals expand their network and practice sales skills in a safe environment. My passion as a sales trainer is to empower people to elevate their results and realize their significant contribution to life. Among others, I have spoken to dealerships, financial institutions, as well as leadership classes for the local Chamber of Commerce. I am currently conducting sales training workshops for the Small Business Development Centre for Rio Grande College along the Texas-Mexico Border, as well as conducting webinars for clients all over the world. My passion is fueled by experiencing the change in my own businesses as a result of investment in professional sales training. In one year, I increased the revenues in my corporate housing business 50% and doubled the volume in my network marketing business. I am available for free motivational talks to any size organization.
I am married to Phillip, my husband of almost 35 years, and we have 7 (yes, you read that right!) children—Sarah, Stephanie, Caleb, Mark, Susannah, David and Danielle.
I started TaeKwonDo as a way of doing an activity with my kids. Now, as a 3rd degree black belt in TaeKwonDo, I combine the black belt mindset as a sales trainer to provide engaging and thought-provoking training.
I am an active member of my local church in Del Rio, Texas. It is also where we hold the TaeKwonDo classes.
Helping out in the community is important to me. I have volunteered in the local Soup Kitchen on occasions and contribute where possible with local events.
In 2013, I was a frustrated business owner who had a dream of financial and time freedom, yet found myself working harder than I ever had before. I worked out of my home, but had no time for my family. Nearly every waking moment, I was working at my computer or answering the phone. But I never seemed to get ahead. Just when I seemed to get a break, the market would shift, and I cowered in fear. I was afraid to talk to people, but I was also afraid of failing in business.
Are you an entrepreneur?
Have you started your own business?
Do you find yourself working long hours only to feel like you never get ahead?
I can help.