This year I’ve taken up tennis. I love it. Ever since my HS crush RG revealed his powerful forearms in his polo t-shirt I have loved tennis.
I used to hit the ball around the public courts in Toronto with friends and my dad a few times. I played with my dad’s wooden racket and then had a cheap aluminum one for a spell. I got really good playing against the wall. But, I’d never had a real lesson.
My coach, Larry taught me to play. I enjoyed meeting other sporty types in HK too. So, to thank the Larster:
Today I spent the morning with a TOUGH audience of AWA members: these high-powered, educated and experienced women are all entering the workplace in Asia – look out Hong Kong!
I taught the group my copyrighted “three (+1) easy steps” to creating a memorable 60-second (slow elevator) speech. Spoiler alert: set your goal; find a problem; offer your solution & create a catchy logo for yourself. Today mine was,
Careful what you wish for, Wizard Katherine just might make your dreams a reality!
As many of us are new to Hong Kong, it is an opportunity to re-create and re-define who we want to be in the world – awesome! So why not make someone you’ve always wanted to be?
My fellow AWA member, Nicky Cooper was the super-bravest of the group & presented her 60 seconds to the whole group! Nicky has her own business bringing clarity to the women of Hong Kong. As a career coach, Nicky supports her clients to connect with their life goals quickly and with laughter!