Women Empowering Women Shari Chase’s ‘A Journey from the Heart’
May 25, 2011
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. – Everybody has a story. Please join us to hear Shari Chase tell her story of moving to the East Shore of Lake Tahoe to start her own real estate company in 1986 and all she had was a clear focus and desire to succeed. You will learn how the company grew and how eight offices now thrive under her direction. But Shari’s life and the life of the company changed when the collapse of the housing market hit and her company was negatively impacted. She realized the need to educate the community about foreclosures and short sales. It wasn’t about the process, it was all about compassion!
And thus began her spiritual journey. Learn how a successful business woman and CEO redirected her thoughts and energies to empower and motivate her clients and agents with her Heart Centered Journey.
Shari Chase is CEO of Chase International Real Estate with seven offices around Lake Tahoe and Truckee, one office in Reno, Nev. and one office in London, representing 225 agents. She has been voted one of the Top 50 most influential women in Real Estate according to the Swanepoel Report. Currently, she has “Tranquility,” a magnificent estate offered at one hundred million ($100,000,000). Her cherished accomplishment is starting her Heart Centered Journey community with spiritual leader Peter Tongue to offer seminars, webcasts, personal support and empowerment to her employees and the business community. You’ll not want to miss this heartwarming journey.
Seating is limited so reservations are highly suggested. Leave a message for Martha at 530-587-4429 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place. Donations suggested.
Women Empowering Women is dedicated to providing speakers to motivate, inspire and empower women physically, mentally and spiritually.
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