In any industry, the field of sales is always competitive, so much more for women. Even in modern times, it can’t be denied that what women experience in a workplace is different from men. The Founder of the National Association of Women Sales Professionals, Cynthia Barnes, joins this episode to share her knowledge and insights about the women in sales as a sales influencer herself. She talks about the experiences women go through and why the system should be fixed to be appealing for both men and women alike. She also touches on the natural strengths of women when it comes to sales and why being authentic to yourself should be your number one goal when presenting yourself to your buyers. Learn the reasons why you need to challenge the status quo and change the face of sales in order to move forward as an industry.
Music has been around as long as man and can be considered a foundation of humanity. Like all things, the ones to carry on music to the next era and continue its evolution are the youth of today. Orlando Herrera, Jr. aka Sal Negro, the Founder and CEO of Ayize Songaa Recordings, joins this episode to share his story as a DJ that withstood the trials of time. He talks about his mission to help and teach the youth of today, not only about being music artists, but also the music business as a whole. Sal also goes into the changes that DJs has gone through along with the technological advancements to make things easier and lessen the barrier of entry. Learn about the women that pioneered the civil rights movement besides Rosa Parks as he talks about his book, research, and the history he discovered.
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