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Wine Women Welcomes Lynda Paulson and Andy Springer as Guest Speakers on February 8th at Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma


Sonoma, California | January 17, 2017: WINE WOMEN, welcomes Lynda Paulson, Executive Speaking Coach, Sales Trainer and CEO of Success Strategies, Inc., and Andy Springer, Business Coach and Consultant with Asentiv, as guest speakers at “How to Turn First Impressions into Money in the Bank” as part of its Professional Training Series on Wednesday, February 8th, at Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards, in Sonoma at 6 p.m. The workshop is open to members and the public.


Attendees will learn critical skills to business success, including the tools to make a strong, favorable first impression. This leads to doors opening to opportunities for attracting ideal clients—from tasting room customers to business partnerships. Learn how —

  • To make a memorable, strong first impression with a guaranteed formula
  • Your facial expressions, body language and appearance ALL make a difference in that first impression
  • To use a formula that always makes a favorable first impression
  • To express your passion to magnetize new clients to you faster
  • To attract your most desired clients with ease

“Lynda and Andy both have stellar reputations as highly skillful coaches and trainers in related industries. We’re delighted to offer our members and event guests a sample of their invaluable training. We can’t imagine a better team to launch our Professional Training Series with since they both offer great insights on how to build businesses and careers through targeted communication skills,” stated Christine L. Mueller, Wine Women president.

The workshop includes networking, training and the award-winning Gloria Ferrer sparkling wines. It is open to members and guests. Advance registration is required at: https://how-to-turn-1st-impressions-into-money.eventbrite.com


Linda Paulson, Executive Speaking Coach and Sales Trainer, has been an executive speech coach for more than thirty years with Success Strategies, Inc., renowned for teaching public speaking and communication skills to professionals from over 400 wineries. Her coaching techniques have been crafted over decades working with local clients such as the Cakebreads, the Mondavis, the Trincheros, the Martinis, the Wentes and management teams at more than 400 local companies. She has also taught public speaking at AT&T, American Express, Disney Corporation, Kodak, ING, IBM and many more throughout California, Oregon, Washington, New York, Canada and Europe.


Andy Springer, Business Coach and Consultant, launched Bluetail Industries in 2008 with only a borrowed bucket in hand. He landed seven monthly contracts on his first day in business and hasn’t looked back since. What began in desperation and humble beginnings has grown into a busy window and solar panel cleaning service working throughout Sonoma County. Today, Andy enjoys the privilege of working with Asentiv as he trains, coaches and consults with other entrepreneurs and business owners as they work to build amazing businesses and spectacular lives.


WINE WOMEN’s mission is “To champion the advancement of women’s careers in the wine industry by building strong relationships, essential business skills and leadership among members.” At the core of the new 501(c)(3) nonprofit professional organization’s activities are programs that provide the tools, guidance and creativity for members to attain industry prominence by fostering and nurturing talent, providing networking and training opportunities, as well as advocating for better opportunities for women in the wine industry.

For more information about WINE WOMEN, visit: http://winewomen.net/about/ or call 707.996.8740. Visit WINE WOMEN’s website at WineWomen.net, or their Facebook page, WineWomenOrg, or find them on Twitter @WineWomenOrg. For membership information, email Ellen Reich Luchtel, Membership Director, at [email protected]. For complete details on their events calendar, visit: WineWomen.net/Events-List.

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