Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach - America's Marketing Motivator



Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker &
Executive Presentation Coach
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Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach - America's Marketing Motivator
Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach - America's Marketing Motivator

Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker &
Executive Presentation Coach
Let's Talk. 860-408-0033 or Email me
Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach - America's Marketing Motivator
Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach
Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach
Let's Talk. 860-408-0033 or Email me

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You can always take smaller steps

If you pay closer attention, you’ll find insight and inspiration everywhere you go. As a blogger, I’m always on the look-out for interesting people and ideas. Sometimes my topics come to me simply by driving to a friend’s house for dinner (read my last week’s blog), or while networking with cool people (read my blog on Scope [read more]

Why you should never cut off anyone while driving…

When I speak to groups of job seekers, I often remind them that the interview actually starts way before the scheduled time. If you are driving to a location for the interview, your interview starts the moment you get in the car and begin driving. If you are interviewing via telephone, the interview starts a few [read more]

Get up. Dress up. Show up.

With current workplace trends in casual dress and working remotely, it’s sometimes difficult to pull yourself together in a more professional way. For example, right now, I’m wearing summer shorts, a Stanford University tank top, I’m barefoot, my hair is a mess, and I’m wearing absolutely no makeup. I feel great, and I’m being productive in my [read more]

How to leverage Informational Interviews

I’ll never forget the time in my early 20’s when I went on a journey of career exploration and fully leveraged the power of informational interviewing. I had been working at Levi Strauss & Co in the advertising department. I wasn’t quite sure that was what I wanted to do for the rest of my [read more]

Stop the story…

In the absence of information, we will often make up a story. This can be harmful when the featured star of your made-up story is you. Consider this scenario: You see a job posting online and it seems to have been written just for you. You spend a few hours tweaking your resume and getting things just right. Then you [read more]

Are you getting through?

I made the right decision this weekend to travel two hours to attend a meeting in person, rather than the more convenient option of conference-calling in. It was a tough decision and I almost didn’t go. In fact, I was talking myself into a scratchy throat just to have a legitimate excuse for not attending. [read more]

Will you be a Classic? Or a Relic?

This past weekend, I attended the Charity Benefit Car Show in Simsbury, Connecticut. Now, I’m not a car buff, but I am married to one. So I went along for the ride. (Plus I thought they might have kettle corn for sale!) I was overwhelmed with the passion, pride, and determination of these vintage car owners. The attention [read more]

Video Tips to help you boost your business and career

I am pleased to share these latest video clips taken from a TV interview that I had with host Jim Pellegrino on March 27, 2015. This was the third time in five years that I’ve been a guest on Jim’s show: The Hour with Jim Pellegrino. He has a way of making his guests feel [read more]

Granting permission to invest in yourself

What a week! It’s has been filled with celebration and challenge, success and fear, introspection and self-expression. In the past seven days, I’ve watched several clients and peers soar to new heights. From the outside looking in, it appears so easy and effortless. But I know that the reality is that it takes a great deal of courage and effort to develop [read more]

Tips for successful job interviewing on Skype

  I remember the first times that I had to use Skype, GoToMeeting, and Facetime for business. Those were awkward moments. Truth be told, I didn’t know what the heck I was doing. But I had to pretend like I did. You know, the fake it ‘til you make it approach. Nerve-racking! There was one [read more]


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