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Women in Business Conference stresses confidence

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Over 70 women in business participated in the annual Bank of Guam Women in Business Conference, themed "Economic Gardening - Let's Grow Together". The conference featured Monica Cornetti, author of Your Face Isn't Finished Until Your Lipstick is On: New Rules of The Women's Success Game.

She said, "How do you see yourself, how do you redefine yourself to bring out what I call your 'sizzle'?" she said of the forum's topic and focus. "That unique part of you that no one else in the world has, and how you bring that to the marketplace everyday, which is what will draw customers and clients to you."

The conference concludes Friday with sessions on business image.

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