Dana's My Coach

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Dana Minney

For over 10 years, Dana has been working with high level business people to leverage their strengths and improve communication patterns in their personal and professional lives. She now leads an international team using her feminine strengths and profound coaching tools. She lives in Central Texas, and her work takes her throughout the US and Europe.

She attributes her mentor, Martin Sage, with teaching her the craft of coaching and practice-building. Martin and his partner, Mia are the founders of Sage University. (www.sageuniversity.com), the producers of http://www.freecoachtv.com, and the authors of the books, “How to Talk to Men: The Geisha and the Gorilla” and “Time & Money”.

Dana regularly updates her knowledge of the latest technology in communication and perception and how it impacts sales, relationships, teams and family systems. She also continuously seeks to improve her skills, in pursuit of her personal best.

She holds a B.A. in Sociology and in Communication Studies from UC Santa Barbara. Dana also has a graduate degree in Leadership and Entrepreneurship from Sage University.

Dana is also a speaker and author of the book “Dynamic Dialogues: How to Talk to Men” and “The One Minute Parent” found on Amazon or http://www.HowtoCoachYourKids.com

Partial list of organizations who have hired Dana for speaking/training:

Women’s Leadership Conference (sponsored by the American Business Women’s Association-ABWA)

G.W.E.N.-Global Women Entrepreneur Conference (Ibiza,Spain:Nov.,2013)

MapCon-Money and Power Conference (sponsored by Women’s Chamber of Commerce WCC)

African-American Chamber of Commerce (AACC)

Women’s Business Center of California (WBCC)

Women of Vision, International (WOVI)

Lake Austin Spa and Resort

West Lake Rotary Club

KAZL Radio Station

Texas Chiropractic

Georgetown Railroad

Brown, Graham & Co.

Partial list of recent articles about Dana:

Temple Telegram (August, ’09): http://www.tdtnews.com/story/2009/08/31/60318

Austin Woman Magazine (December, ’09): click here

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