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Women’s Expo Recap, Part Deux: “An Indecent Proposal” from the Past March 15, 2011

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The Fantasy. The Reality. You've Got it Coming To you. Don't let your Rags-to-Riches become Riches-to-Rages!

I think I must have I analyzed the handwriting of about 60 people over the two days of the Women’s Expo. So I totally nailed the “attraction” part of the equation – and, according to what I’ve heard, I was one of the few vendors who did.

Now I have to get better at the “conversion” part. I was so focused on satisfying the demand for the free analyses, I barely had time to promote the items I had for actual sale, such as my new “WINDFALL” book and the handwriting analysis class I’m hosting in a couple of weeks.

Yet I scored some victories here too – partly because my book was featured at another table besides my own: the Perfect Publishing booth. (www.PerfectNetworker.com) There, Ken Rochon and the other authors in the Perfect Publishing program had all their new books proudly displayed.

My gratitude to Ken was amplified by contrast with another man who also showed up at the Women’s Expo – someone who, almost a year ago at another event (not related to the Women’s Expo), deluded himself into believing he was entitled to sex in exchange for giving me a professional boost.

I’m not kidding. He presumed “permission” where none was granted. His behavior was unprofessional at the very least, possibly even illegal. Seldom had I ever felt so violated, even though nothing “happened.” Just the fact that he asked, was bad enough.

I teach that a woman’s Primal Power is to decide whether, and when, sex will occur. That choice is always hers. What would it say about my integrity, if I couldn’t walk my own talk? Sure, I want to succeed, but not at the cost of granting unwilling sexual favors! Monica Lewinsky I ain’t.

Ken Rochon, on the other hand, never demanded anything unethical of me. He was completely straight-up in all his dealings, never over-promising or under-delivering. He “Kennected” me with an editor (www.Your-Words-Worth.com), graphic designer (www.CSheltraw.com), and printer (www.graphicpressweb.com), who all did exactly what they were supposed to do, on time. The production process went very smoothly and amazingly quickly, and the finished book looks terrific.

And then there’s Cara Michele Nether of Women in Wellness (www.WomenInWellness.com), who coordinated the Speakers’ Showcase including free promos on their website for all the speakers. She also set up the Speakers’ Bootcamp with Dave Elliott (www.mpowerunlimited.com) as the trainer, who is OZ-Some at teaching how to connect with people from the stage.

Last but far from least, Patsy Anderson herself, the Promoter Diva of the Women’s Expo. (www.WomensExpoMD.com and www.WellConnectedNetworking.com). She’s the one who set me up with Mick and Tara Carbo for  an interview on www.LiveYourDreamTV.com, Muni Ara Harun of www.TheSignMama.com who made my gorgeous booth displays, and Deanna Lilly of www.BiznessConcepts.com, who got my book’s splash page ready in time for the Expo.

Now THAT’s the kind of people I want to do business with.

See the results for yourself at www.RosannaTufts.com. The TV interview is there, as well as my “WINDFALL!” book and a free report, “YD-RW: Your Destiny, Re-Writable!”

 

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Women’s Expo Recap, Part I: How to Attract a Crowd and Make Them LOVE It March 15, 2011

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WOW. After last year’s monsoon rains, this year’s Women’s Expo was blessed with perfect weather – and I was ready, making a big impact. Thanks to The Sign Mama, who made a fabulous 6-foot vertical banner for my booth, promoting my new book, “WINDFALL!! Taming the Jealousy Monster when You or a Relative Comes Into Money.”

From my position on the floor, I could hear how the acoustics of the hall affected the results from the PA system for the Speakers’ Program – and quickly figured out that if you talked too fast, your words would be lost. So when it came my turn, I was careful to take my pace down, so my words would have time to “land.” My topic was handwriting analysis, and the audience was enthusiastic, laughing in all the right places.

As soon as I was done, my booth was swarmed with customers, eager to take me up on my offer of a free, on-the-spot handwriting analysis. From then on, until closing, they lined up like I was a land office! Once word got around at how incredibly accurate my assessments were, they told all their friends: “You gotta go see this lady!”

Kudos to my daughter Lily, only 11, who played the role of Faithful Assistant, instructing the waiting people on how to fill out the form. I could not have managed without her. Here’s some of the highlights from the samples I saw:

  • A lady with the “determination” trait. I asked her if she’d had to overcome a major physical challenge. She said she’d gotten herself off of drugs! “Goddess bless you,” I said, “Congratulations!”
  • A lady with an extremely erratic slant. I guessed (correctly) that she had a sugar addiction. “You can’t control your moods because the sugar is controlling you. It’s in the driver’s seat.” She confirmed that she was pre-diabetic, and I sent her to one of the health-and-wellness exhibitors for help with detox.
  • Two different ladies (who came to my booth independently of each other) with the “perfectionist” trait. When I mentioned this, all their friends burst out laughing!
  • Several people with “stubbornness issues” – I taught them how to shift that trait from stubbornness to true “persistence,” which will always get you the better deal.
  • Two people with “blind persistence” – I showed them a trait that would encourage greater flexibility.

The vast majority of the women I sampled had prominent “middle zone” writing, showing a focus on the day-to-day immediate concerns of life. The few men who took me up on my free offer, were more consistent in showing capacity for longer-range planning. Two women showed a very good balance between mundane activities and higher executive functioning, as well as being healthily grounded in their bodies.

Go to www.RosannaTufts.com, where you can not only order my “WINDFALL!” book, you can also get a FREE report on what these and other handwriting traits mean: “YD-RW — Your Destiny, Re-Writable!”

Stay tuned for Part Deux of the Women’s Expo Recap . . .

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