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Prep and Polish Your Performance Skills at B.I.G. Meeting Jan. 23

If one of the goals you have set for yourself for the New Year includes presenting a more polished and professional package, then ensuring that your vocal message is well received and actually listened to should figure high on your list of priorities.

The January meeting of Summit/New Providence B.I.G., a networking and educational support group for women, will be held on January 23 from 10-11:30am at Twin Maples, 214 Springfield Avenue in Summit.  

Tami Evans, author of the new book, HALF FULL OF IT: Activating Optimism and Other Hard-Core Soft-Skills, will show the group how to put the “show” in show business.  “Whether you are a small business owner with a new product or service to sell, or an individual who wants to express your ideas, it is important to prep and polish your performance skills for maximum power,” she said.  

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Coupling her varied business background combined with extensive professional performance experience and training, Evans will show you how to enhance your presentation production starting with your theme, and ending with how you walk out the door after the “show.”

”Every personality is a story waiting to be told,” she said.

Each month, B.I.G. offers programming that helps women entrepreneurs advance their businesses.  If you haven’t checked out B.I.G. yet, this will be a lively, vibrant meeting to get a peek at what we do.  You won’t be disappointed!  The Summit/New Providence group, with nearly 50 members, has grown to the largest in the six-state network. Come find out why.  First meeting is always free.

B.I.G. is a growing networking community of educated, intelligent, creative women. It is an educational, support, and relationship building network for entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs. Check out the full calendar at

“We strive to empower women at all stages of their professional pursuits, from stay at home mothers looking to re-engage in the workforce, to seasoned entrepreneurs looking to grow their business and career executives looking to make a change,” Summit/New Providence Leader Melanie Wilson said. For more information, or to RSVP to this meeting, contact her at 


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