Yesterday, I blogged about the great story shared about my company’s reinvention during a demanding economy. Now you can read the entire

Let me call out some of the fabulous and generous people who have played a key role in helping me navigate these last nine years in particular:

  • Publicity Hound Joan Stewart – She advocated for the publicity tips booklets I brought to market in July of 2006 to her list, and that really helped put me on the map.  Thanks Joan.
  • Tips Booklet Queen Paulette Ensign – She taught me everything I know about tips booklets, and she can do the same for you.
  • Michele Lisenbury Christensen of Working with Power LLC, who came up with the Publici-Tea™ name in the first place!
  • Presentation Skills Coach Patricia Fripp – Kiplingers Personal Finance has described her speaking school as among the top six best investments you can make in your career.  I agree.
  • Branding Expert and Founder of Get Known Know Suzanne Falter-Barns – Suzanne coached the “Get seen, heard, and celebrated in your own backyard … and beyond” message out of me on Christmas Day 2007.  What a gift!
  • Info Product Guru Fred Gleeck- He gave me plenty of straight talk in the beginning about what was missing from my website, product packaging, and product elements.  His “tell it like it is” approach isn’t for the faint of heart, but his advice has proven to be right on the money.
  • Info Product Guy James Roche – James is showing me how to be more strategic and focused in my efforts to serve my people and grow the success I enjoy from the information products and training elements of my business.
  • New Client Marketing Institute Founder Henry DeVries – Henry was the very first coach I engaged to take my growing business to the next level of success.   The lessons he taught me have served me well, and they will serve you well, too.
  • David Wiseman, my patient and amazing webmaster – No information products business can work without someone like David.
  • My loving husband Steve Juetten – Steve, thanks for being in my village, serving as my cheerleader, and doing everything you do in my life and work.  You are a treasure.  And I repeat  with credit to Julie Powell of “Julie and Julia” fame —  “You are the butter to my bread and the breath to my life.”

Those of you who are interested in traveling your own journey of reinvention are well served to engage any and all of these fine professionals and resources, all of which have served as powerful contributors along my evolving journey to business success.