ICYMI: Advice from the Women Wealth & Wellness Conference

Posted on Friday, June 28, 2019 by Jessica Salerno

If you were lucky enough to attend the Women’s Wealth & Wellness Conference yesterday in Columbus, you’re probably already brainstorming the five things that make you great and daydreaming about that tasty scoop of Jeni’s ice cream. But if you weren’t there, here is some of the insightful advice the speakers had to share:

On becoming a next-level leader:

  • “Learn to be bold, take more risks and get comfortable being uncomfortable.” Tonya Tiggett, owner of Tiggett & Co.

    On trying new things

  • “Get involved with the right people by saying ‘I’m interested in learning more, can I contribute in any way?’” Lori Kaiser, CPA, CGMA, owner and founder of Kaiser consulting

    On building relationships

  • “Don’t miss those little things that happen in the day that could be really important to a relationship.” Amy Vetter, CPA, CEO, B3 Method Institute

    On perfectionism

  • “Give up the urge to be perfect for a stretch opportunity.” Shannon Ginther, First Lady of Columbus

    On finding energy

  • “It really is about passion because when you have the passion, you have the energy to do what you need to do.” Mikaela Hunt, owner of Mikaela Media


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