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Step into your "Elevator Pitch."

My Dad always told me that if I ever had my own talk show, I'd never need any guests. It's true--I am a talker. I earned that "Best Conversationalist" badge in '92 and haven't looked back. At an event and no one is talking? I got this. Need some unsolicited advice? I'm your gal. But one thing I have yet to master is how to succinctly describe myself in a professional setting. What is my "elevator pitch?" Let's start with the purpose of the "elevator pitch." In hospitality

Be true to your hospitable self.

Hospitality is not for the faint of heart. It feels like a non stop, 24-hour a day mind race where the finish line seems like a mirage. Days filled with phone calls, emails, to do lists, happy guests an unhappy guests, and somewhere in there you have to remember to eat. Sounds like a dream job, right? It's so easy to get caught up in the day to day and not remember why you're in this. Did you just get yelled at by a stressed out bride and need to return 5 other calls and rem

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