Free Webinar – What is my superpower?

Do you have too many ideas to choose from, or none at all?

Don’t know where to start? 

Join the “WHAT IS MY SUPERPOWER?” webinar on Tuesday June 9th at 12pm EST with Jayne Huhtanen and get answers!

Click here to register for the live event 👉

In this interactive webinar, you will:

  • Understand what it takes to be an entrepreneur or a freelancer, and how it is different from a corporate job.
  • Get an overview of the process to go from “hmmm – I might have an idea” to “LAUNCH!”
  • Zero in on your values to help you define your vision and the legacy you want to leave.
  • Assess your skills and passions to help generate potential business/freelance ideas that can help you deliver on your legacy.
  • Work through a framework to help you identify which options are viable.

You will leave the webinar with a better understanding of whether entrepreneurship or freelancing is right for you, and what business idea could get you where you want to go and give you the kind of life you want. All participants will receive a copy of “Idea to Launch: How to go from exploring entrepreneurship to LAUNCH”.

“Tell me what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” – Mary Oliver, “A Summer’s Day”

The event will be held via zoom on Tuesday 9th of June at 12pm EST.

Click here to register  👉

About Jayne

Jayne Huhtanen brings over 30 years experience helping entrepreneurs, professionals and companies optimize their performance, overcome obstacles, and achieve professional and personal growth. She speaks, delivers workshops, and coaches entrepreneurs in all stages of business development, whether they are exploring, launching, growing or expanding.

She has had speaking engagements sponsored by such organizations as RBC, and Professional Engineers Ontario, and has been featured in articles on women and entrepreneurship in the Globe and Mail and the Financial Post. She mentors start-ups at McMaster University’s incubator, The Forge, and advocates for and supports women entrepreneurs and professionals through her work on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Association for Women Executives and Entrepreneurs and the Women’s Networking Leadership Team for the Markham Board of Trade.

Before striking out on her own, Jayne was at Procter & Gamble for 26 years and contributed business-building strategies, led multi-functional initiative launches, led Diversity initiatives and developed and delivered global training programs.

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