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08. April 2009

Women, Unite! Win Tix to Florida Conference for Women

And the winner is:

Elsa Melendez! Your story was inspiring, and with your birthday the next day, how could I not pick you??

Thanks to all my entrants, and I hope to see you at the conference anyway.

Susan

It’s not often you find a conference in Orlando that specifically addresses the needs of women, but in a few weeks, we’ll be home to the Florida Conference for Women. I’ll be there, and excited to participate.

At the conference you can:

  • Reinvent your career
  • Manage your money
  • Market yourself
  • Network effectively
  • Find funding for your small business
  • Manage your health
  • Stay positive

And who can’t use all of that??

I want you to go to the conference too, so here’s how you can win.

Visit the conference’s website and review the presentations, agenda, etc. Come back here and leave a comment telling me what you most want to get out of the conference and why. Have you recently been laid off and are looking to start your own business? Suffering a health issue and need help staying positive? Share your sob stories with us.

I’ll pick a winner April 30, and that person will receive a ticket for the conference.

What are you waiting for??

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6 Comments

1. Lisa commented on April 14, 2009 at 10:52 am

As a partner in a new technology startup, I am always looking for ways to network effectively, market myself and my company, and find new funding opportunities. I am a young professional and have hopes of becoming a mom in the not too distant future as well, so hearing from and networking with other successful and happy working moms would be very meaningful and encouraging on a personal level. This combination of professional and personal connections is what I would most look forward to getting out of the conference.

2. Florida Conference for Women Contest Winner | ModernMami™.com commented on April 19, 2009 at 1:10 am

[...] Now for those of you who didn’t win, you still have a chance to attend for free. Susan of Sometimes Parenting Sucks is also holding a contest for a free ticket to the conference. Head on over there and enter her contest! [...]

3. Elsa Melendez commented on April 19, 2009 at 10:22 am

The topics I am most interested in is managing my money and managing my health – I am a single mom of a 6 yr old boy, and actually my b’day is the day after the conference (may 13th). I will turn 39 yrs old and boy is that age scaring me … I need to learn how to make wise decisions as far as money and even wiser decisions as far as health so I can make sure that I am here to watch my son grow to be an productive member of society. I have worked in the social work field for the last 15 yrs and I am feeling a bit in a rut right now. I see only positives things coming out of being able to attend this conference. Thanks for the opportunity to participate.

4. Beth Butler commented on April 21, 2009 at 4:01 pm

This entrepreneur thing sure is a challenge! I so often times feel alone as I brave through my daily Tweets and Facebook updates, blog some, reply to e-mails tons and hope to have some creative juices left to write a few new songs for our next children’s music CD!!!!

These types of Conferences get my mojo going again! I love connecting with other women, and there is nothing better than a day full of my fellow females to feel connected and energized again!

I will love learning from Kelly’s story telling abilities! And the break out sessions I will love attending most will be the Brand YOU! because I love building my brand and finding out more about how to do it better and bigger and cooler! I will really get into the Actions speak louder than words session since I keynote at early childhood conferences and hope to learn some cool stuff about myself as a speaker.

Thank you for this opportunity!

5. Elsa Melendez commented on April 30, 2009 at 7:33 pm

awww Susan I am so excited about this, thanks! Looking fwd to meeting you and Melanie on that day! :)

6. Florida Conference for Women | Sometimes Parenting Sucks commented on May 14, 2009 at 9:57 am

[...] thing I was excited about was meeting Elsa Melendez, the winner from my ticket giveaway. She was so excited to be there (and it was the day before her [...]

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