The following events are open for registration some do require registration as a member.
If you are filming videos for your business to build brand
About this Event
I am deeply committed to building leadership skills in South Asian women. As a 20 year TV anchor, I know how powerful succinct and direct communication is.
Speaking to a camera and crowds comes natural to me. I want it to become an easier muscle to flex for you.
We will conduct our session over zoom call. So we can make the most of your hour, I will send you a questionnaire to fill out before our session:
- What are your goals with the videos?
- Who is the audience you are trying to reach?
- What is your biggest hangup about public speaking?
I’m excited to work with you!
**A portion of the proceeds from this session will go to Sakhi for South Asian Women, to help women survivors of domestic violence. Its a perilous time for many, and even more so for these women. My mother is a survivor so it’s a subject that is close to me.
Joya was a great resource for me in preparation for the Lady Drinks fireside chat. She coached me through the nerves and anxiety that can come with public speaking for someone who so rarely does it. She gave some wonderful tips on how she handles public speaking engagements and they worked like a charm for me!
–Sonia Patel, Co Founder, Chief Pharmacist, Capsule Pharmacy
Joya is a TV news anchor, world traveler, founder of Lady Drinks and the most determined and motivated person I know. I met her 6 years ago and quickly learned that if she wants to do something, she will indeed do it and she will support others in their mission as well. Joya’s work is about empowering others to believe in themselves, or else connecting them with people who believe in them. Ultimately, this is what LadyDrinks is about –connection and empowerment. Whether it’s on TV, hosting a Lady Drinks event, or delivering a Ted Talk Joya’s mission of empowerment shows up in her brand and spot on style.
—Monisha Kapur, Founder, Virtual Stylist 344pm.com
2 (Thursday) 11:00 am - 30 (Thursday) 10:00 pm
Joya Dass, LadyDrinks
About this Event
What will you learn in this workshop?
- How to set SMART GOALS when working from home
- The importance of taking breaks
- How to eliminate distractions
- How to work with kids, dogs, and spouses in your space
- When to set aside time for your MIT (Most Important Tasks)
Time Management author Laura Vanderkam addresses one of our biggest pain points since the onset of the pandemic: Working from home.
As the author of “What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast” readies to release her new ebook, “The New Corner Office: How the most successful people work from home” we welcome her to share her tips
What makes this virtual workshop unique?
This isn’t another webinar where a speaker talks ‘at you’ for an hour. Myself and Laura will engage in a 15 minutes conversation, teeing up her top tips on working from home. Then I introduce each of you. You ask your question and get one on one coaching on your specific pain point with our expert.
About Laura Vanderkam, Writer, Author, Speaker www.lauravanderkam.com/
Laura Vanderkam helps people spend more time on what matters, and less on what doesn’t.
Laura is the author of several time management and productivity books. Off the Clock: Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done (Portfolio, May 29, 2018) explores, through more than 900 time diaries collected on a single March day, why some busy people feel relaxed about time, while others do not. I Know How She Does It: How Successful Women Make the Most of Their Time (Portfolio, 2015) tackles the question of how women combine work and life through an analysis of 1001 days in the lives of women with demanding careers and children at home. What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast (Portfolio, 2013) profiles prominent people who use time creatively to achieve their goals. 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think (Portfolio, 2010) argues that time is best approached from the holistic perspective of a week (168 hours) rather than any single day.
Laura is also the author of a time management fable, Juliet’s School of Possibilities, published by Portfolio in early 2019. Another novel, The Cortlandt Boys, is available as an ebook.
Laura’s work has appeared in publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, City Journal, Fortune, and Fast Company.
She has appeared on numerous television programs, including The Today Show and CBS This Morning, hundreds of radio segments, and has spoken about time and productivity to audiences of all sizes. Her TED talk, “How to gain control of your free time,” has been viewed more than 8 million times. She is the co-host, with Sarah Hart-Unger, of the podcast Best of Both Worlds. She hosts the every-weekday-morning podcast Before Breakfast, featuring productivity tips designed to take listeners’ days from great to awesome.
She lives outside Philadelphia with her husband and five children. She blogs most days at LauraVanderkam.com.
What an awesome webinar! Thank you , Thank you. Great speaker, great tips. Your meetings are a notch above anything I have seen in current market. As an organizer you are very eloquent and have fantastic time management.
–Varsha Singh DNP APN, Neuroscience / Stroke Program Manager, St Joseph Health NJ
Thank you so much for including me in your community and allow me to share my work. You are building an amazing community of very powerful women! I’m impressed.
–Dolores Hirschmann, Founder, CEO, Investor, Masters in Clarity
Thank you Joya for all that you do. She created LadyDrinks to help empower women, and it has changed my life. She has introduced me to dozens of inspiring women who have guided me and encouraged me to take chances I would never of have taken before.
I am so grateful to so many connections you have made for me, thank you!! For those of you that do not know about Ladydrinks, please check out her webpage (www.ladydrinks.com)
–Sanketa Jain, Founder, EatKraveLove
I found a group of women who are not only kind and generous with their advise but were also incredibly clear, supportive and genuinely cared about propelling the whole group forward. LadyDrinks conducts weekly meetings where we get to discuss the progress we have made in our business and what support we might need from the group. This automatically puts you in a weekly growth mode breaking down the overall business development into tiny, actionable tasks and propels you toward the overall big picture progress.
–Meera Thomas, Interior Designer,MEERA THOMAS INTERIORS llc
(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Joya Dass, LadyDrinks