TORONTO, CANADA, September 28, 2012 (Press-News.org) At the HOPE Symposium on September 29, professionals and entrepreneurs will address the issues of integrity in business, mind-body integration, and models of integrity.
The business panel feature experts with a range of experience and points of view. For example, Debra Gould (also known as both The Voice of Possibility and The Staging Diva), will debunk the outdated assumptions that "marketing" or "making a lot of money" mean you have to leave your integrity at the door.
In her presentation, "Feeling Good About Your Business: How To Make More Money Without Sacrificing Your Integrity," Gould helps entrepreneurs and life coaches learn how to attract clients, boost sales and grow their business with integrity and without manipulation.
Gould says, "When you finally decide to give up the security of a regular job to start your own business, a world of possibility opens up. Unfortunately, some business owners, especially those motivated by helping others, are often afraid to charge what they're worth. I want to help new entrepreneurs achieve balance and realize that there's nothing wrong with being well-paid for their expertise," Gould explains.
Debra Gould has been a serial entrepreneur for almost 25 years. As president of Voice Of Possibility Group Inc., her mission is helping people realize the many possibilities that lie around the next corner when they build a business around their passions.
Since establishing the Staging Diva brand online, she has trained over 7,000 individuals to start their own businesses in 21 countries. She writes the popular blog, Home Staging Business Report, and has published 5 guides for home stagers.
Debra Gould's media coverage includes: CityTV, GlobalTV, CBC, CTV, HGTV, CBS Radio, CNNMoney, Wall Street Journal, Woman's Day, Reader's Digest, MoneySense, Entrepreneur, House and Home, Home & Decor, Style at Home, Centre of the City, USAA Magazine, FabJob Guide to Become a Home Stager, Home Style, National Post Homes, This Old House, Home Business Magazine, Globe & Mail and others.
Gould will be speaking at the HOPE Symposium, which will take place on Saturday, September 29 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm in Room 119 at the University of Toronto, Emmanuel College. You can register online by visiting the HOPE Symposium website. Details are also available by calling NLP Canada Training at 416-928-2394.
The 4th Annual HOPE Symposium offers a unique opportunity to meet people trained in NLP and learn how it fits into their lives and work. NLP is an unregulated field that has attracted the best and the worst of people who want more influence over themselves and others.
The practitioners who train with NLP Canada Training share a desire for ethical, effective influence that leads to tangible results. The HOPE Symposium is the only NLP conference that showcases the way NLP is applied in the lives and work of people who are business people, therapists, teachers and leaders in a variety of roles and fields.
About Debra Gould
From corporate refugee to ad agency executive, marketing consultant to artist, and home stager to author and international trainer, intrepid entrepreneur Debra Gould has stepped out of her comfort zone to reinvent herself many times on her journey as a creative entrepreneur. Gould's HOPE Symposium presentation will inspire established business owners and those just thinking about taking steps towards making a living doing something they love.
Debra has gained international recognition with appearances on HGTV, CNN Money, CBC National News, Life Channel, GlobalTV, CityTV and in numerous magazines and newspapers in both the US and Canada. She has been featured in most major media across North America. Contact Debra at 416-691-6615 or email@example.com
Debra Gould to Speak at HOPE 2012 Symposium
Serial entrepreneur and marketing expert Debra Gould will speak at the 2012 HOPE Symposium in Toronto on September 29.
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