Body Language and Soulful Thoughts

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Rogers Publishing & Consulting, Inc, 2004 - Psychology - 152 pages
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Petey Parker - Enhancing the lives of audiencesIn more than 20 years as a speaker and corporate trainer, Petey has addressed groups which include Southwest Airlines, MCI, Employee Relocation Council and the National Association of REALTORS, just to name a few. Petey brings the material to the audience. She has led seminars, often in conjunction with her keynote presentations, for a variety of local, state, regional, and national associations and organizations. Her contributions to corporate communications include corporate speaking (keynote), spokesperson training, emcee for event, conventions and numerous seminars as well as presentations and training programs.As a Vice President of EBBY HALLIDAY, REALTORS, one of the largest privately held real estate firms in America, Petey Parker developed strategic programs and implemented them to become a leader in the industry. Petey has experience with every aspect within a corporation - from communicating with clients, vendors and management to conducting corporate presentations, government affairs and forging business alliances. Petey is an accomplished author. Her first book, Corporate Kitty Litter, focuses on what is productive, reasonable, and important today. She has also been published in several stories in the ChickenSoup for the Soul series. Petey lives in Dallas with her husband, Jim.visit www.PeteyParker.com
 

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Emily Martin grew up in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. She attended graduate school in North Carolina, where she fell in love with sweet potato pancakes, deep fried pickles, and the boy who later became her husband. Emily now lives and writes in Boston, Massachusetts. "The Year We Fell Apart" is her first novel. You can find Emily online at EmilyMartinWrites.com, or follow her on Twitter @ThatEmilyMartin.

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