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Hear from Carol the benefits of choosing individual thought and actions, stepping away from the need to conform. Dr. Carol Parker Walsh is a career and business coach that helps women who’ve climbed the wrong ladder of success find their life’s work. Carol has coached entrepreneurs, executives, leaders, and professionals including a Grammy Award winner and Paralympic Gold Medalist. With almost 30 years experience as an attorney, management consultant, executive, professor, and dean, Carol runs an award-winning consulting practice and has won national awards for her skills in motivating and inspiring business growth, personal development and leadership. A two-time Amazon #1 best selling author, international speaker, and global thought leader, Carol is the Editor-in-Chief of the AICI Global Magazine and has a column in the Vancouver Business Journal. She appears monthly on ABC affiliate KATU’s AM Northwest Morning Show, as well as been seen in the Huffington Post, Thrive Global, PopSugar, WhoWhatWear and on CBS, NBC and FOX. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Success, Self realization, Motivational speakers, Feminism, Self-actualization (Psychology)
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Parker Walsh, Carol, "What Did You Leave Behind?" (2019). TEDx Portland State University. 3.