- Shanna’s surprising story of why she came to the United States
- What she was shocked to learn from her first experiences alone in the U.S.
- How Shanna responded when people asked her where she was from
- What she did to adapt to the most personally challenging aspect of the U.S. culture
- Her secret to bridging cultural gaps that made all the difference
- How bridging cultural differences has played a direct role in what she does today
Shanna Kabatznick Shares Her Experience of Successfully Bridging Cultural Gaps
March 8, 2018 is International Women's Day, a day where all nations recognize and celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the world! To celebrate, we want to explore how women especially have bridged cultural gaps and differences to be successful in today’s multi-cultural world and marketplace. In this episode, host Mary Foley talks Shanna Kabatznick, who came to the United States from Ecuador as a young woman and stayed to start her family and build a successful career. Today she is a Sales Strategist with over 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry and Founder and CEO of the community called FABWOMEN.
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Mary Foley — Known for her insights, candidness and humor, Mary Foley energizes women entrepreneurs with the clarity, confidence, and tools to attract, engage, and win more clients. In addition to hosting the P.O.W.E.R. Plug podcast, Mary is the author of three books, energizing keynote speaker, business mentor and lover of red capes. For more, go to maryfoley.com.
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