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From the world of a C-Level Executive to a Small Business Owner

by Shashi Bellamkonda on April 14, 2008

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Linda ShermanLinda Sherman enjoys connecting with people. On her blog http://itsdifferent4girls.com/ she writes about her experience as CEO of Club Med in Japan and her involvement in Nihon Keizai Doyukai, an organization of 1,000 + Japanese CEOs (and 14 foreigners) that was set up to advise the Japanese government.

She is now a principal of The Courage Group, her own small business that is involved in a number of projects. Two of her projects included being the agent for Singelringen (the Swedish Ring For Singles) for North America, and serving on the board of the Commercial Marine Biology Institute and Abalone Farming International.

I met Linda in New York where we both attended the Blogger Social. I asked her to tell her story about transitioning from being a C-level executive for large companies to being a small business owner.. Here is her story on video.

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    • http://smallbusiness.officelive.com/v2v/ Tanya Middleton

      More power to her! Its so amazing when women climb the ladder then move over to their own ventures. its important that the women workforce stick together and support each others sustainable efforts!I actually work with Microsoft, and right now I’m really excited to spread the word about the “Vision to Venture” tour they’re having between April and May, which will consist of five live events. Featured speaker, John Jantsch is a marketing and digital technology coach, award-winning social media publisher, and author of Duct Tape Marketing: The World’s Most Practical Small Business Marketing Guide, as well as many other speakers offering industry tips. The tour is fully geared towards women entrepreneurs and savvy web gals.You can see more and register at http://smallbusiness.officelive.com/v2v/ so let me know what you think! And if you have any questions, I’d be more than happy to answer them !