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Kailei Carr, Power Presence Expert

Today’s guest is focused on helping you look, lead and live their best life. Kailei Carr advises C-level executives and successful entrepreneurs women on their image, presence and personal brand, and how to be a compelling force within their organization. A highly sought after speaker, she’s created the Power Presence Toolkit where Kailei walks you through 4 steps to create a stronger personal brand.  She is also the host of the podcast Beyond the Business Suitwhich uncovers the secret weapons of successful women. She holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

  1. When you know there’s MORE out there for you to achieve. How to go after it…make the transition. Kailei shares her journey and lessons learned.
  2. Frequent mistakes we make when trying to create our “personal brand.”
  3. That time Oprah grabbed her breasts.

If you’d like to learn more about Kailei visit her website www.kaileicarr.com or follow her on Twitter @KaileiCarr.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “If you are not showing your best self, you are leaving money on the table.” – Click to Tweet

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