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Elevator Pitch

What Do You Do? Elevator Speech

 February 11, 2020

By  Jana Hassett

Have you –

  • thought about your life as a project? 
  • ever worked with a mentor?
  • ever tried to answer the question – What Do You Do?

These three questions are the focus of my journey to PASS IT ON.

I’ve been anticipating starting this for the past 4 months.  I’ve been helped by Connie Ragen Green through her books and Kelly McCausey through her I Dare You email challenge.  I’ve been able to create a website for and about Women in Business and their projects.  Why?  Because I wouldn’t have been able to achieve all that I have without the many mentors (both male and female) in my life.

In the coming days, weeks and months I’ll have materials you can download to help with your project whether it’s your business idea, your wedding, a home-based enterprise, a website, festival or dream.  We can answer these questions.

What are you anticipating?

What is your dream project?

Where would you like to go or what would you like to do?

I’m currently the coach for the Ms. Biz program at the Women’s’ Business Center in Cedar City, Utah. We’re working our way through many different projects and yours could be next.  Are you ready to have a conversation about your project? Let’s visit.  The consultation is free.

Subscribe HERE if you want to stay in the know.  I’ll be featuring one woman each month and her business in a segment I call “3 Questions”.  It will be a standard interview format, but she gets to choose the three questions and prepare answers.  I get to ask a fourth “off the cuff”.

When I saw the photograph of my husband working on his 12’ x 24’ shop 4 years ago, I realized we all experience anticipation for one outcome or another.  He leveled the dirt, put in the utilities, and poured the foundation. That’s much of what I’ve been doing the last 4 months.  Now the walls are up, the lights being wired and roof on.  Before you know it, we’ll be just like him – we’ll have outgrown our space and looking for more. 

Until then, together we’ll solve problems, forge creative solutions and celebrate successful mentorships.  I’m excited and looking forward to being of service.

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