Laura Sicola is the founder of Vocal Impact Productions in Philadelphia, PA. She is a keynote speaker, coach and trainer, whose programs turn leaders into master influencers. She specializes in leadership communication and executive presence, and has spent over 20 years working with people across five continents in corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors.
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Laura’s 3 golden nuggets to be more successful are: don’t be afraid to ask for money, don’t run away from difficult conversations, and turn off internet distractions. As a legacy, Laura wants to know that because of her work that people became clear on their values, message, and purpose. Click here to listen to more of JV Crum III interviewing Laura on the Conscious Millionaire Show.
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