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160 - Uplevel Your Virtual Business Strategy with Dolores Hirschmann

Season 2, Ep. 160

On today's podcast, we’re joined by Dolores Hirschmann.

Dolores is an internationally recognized STRATEGIST & COACH and has been a remote employee and virtual business owner for over 20 years. Today, she helps clients clarify their “idea worth sharing”, design their communication strategies, and implement business growth systems.

Her clients become speakers and authors and take their message to larger audiences like TEDx and beyond. She accomplishes this work through group coaching, workshops, one-on-one coaching, as well as public speaking.

A woman of many talents, Dolores is a writer, TEDx Organizer, and Coaches Training Institute (CTI) certified and ICF accredited coach. In addition, she has a business degree from the Universidad de San Andres, Argentina! She is originally from Buenos Aires and speaks fluent Spanish, English, and French!

Today you can find Dolores living in Dartmouth, MA with her husband and four children.


Learn more and connect with Dolores here:

https://www.facebook.com/Mastersinclarity/

https://twitter.com/DglarH

https://www.instagram.com/mastersinclarity/

http://www.linkedin.com/in/dhirschmann

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbc8sZ8Qs-IdmgH1CbHmXWA 

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