CEO and Founder, A Real Change International
Sandi Krakowski is a Digital Media Marketing Expert noted by Forbes as a Top 20 Women Social Media Influencer and a Top 50 Social Media Power Influencer. Sandi is known in the marketplace for living an outrageous life, giving to many causes, writing, cooking and enjoying her family while serving over 2 million clients. She has a historic trackrecord of building an online social media presence with more than 700,000 clients connected to her in under 19 months. But the core of who Sandi is is revealed in her powerful teaching on faith, belief and the power to #BEMORE in all areas of life. You can find her at:
The practice of faith can have a big impact on filling in the blanks with how you position your new business.
The nature of this year's ads tells us something about a growing positivity at corporations.
Faith at work in the performance of The Nutcracker was like an offering up to God from committed people who gave their entire life to the art of dance.
Practicing faith at work doesn't mean converting people. It is about being the best colleague possible.
We all have doubts and face criticism. But practicing our faith at work requires walking in our God-give authority.
Social media is a powerful tool that is transforming culture, changing how we see things, interacting with each other and connecting with each other on a daily basis.
Done right, melding business, faith and family is the most incredible pursuit you will ever undertake.
Executive women are still holding themselves back. The reason likely goes back thousands of years.
When building a social media presence for your company, relationships and trust are key.
Listen more, serve with all you have, give with excellence and work with honor, and you will see your dreams come true.
You're not selling products. You are selling experiences. To make that work, connection is everything.
Faith and belief drive a lot of what we do. Yet, we are asked to leave our beliefs at the doorstep of our offices.
The Hobby Lobby case brings up an interesting concept: Shouldn't your company have a soul?
Being generous with your profits is just as important as being thankful if you want to run your company correctly.
The customer isn't always right. In some cases, they are just plain wrong. Here's what to do.
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