Please join your friends, Wednesday, September 21, for champagne and truffles to celebrate the launch of Cookie’s bestselling book, “Climbing The Ladder of Success In High Heels – Without Stepping On Your Values” at Cena from 5pm – 7pm . Cena is located at 1042 Camellia Blvd in River Ranch.
They say that “Good things come in small packages” and Cookie Tuminello is walking, talking proof that this adage is true! As the founder and CEO of Success Source, LLC, she operates one of the top coaching and consulting firms in the South. A dynamo in heels, she is an accomplished author, mega-motivational speaker, and stellar leadership and team development coach. Cookie has a proven track record of empowering teams and igniting productivity since 1999. Her clients include CEOs, managers, business owners, and organizational leaders who are looking for the answer to the question, “How can I get the results I need NOW?” Cookie provides the spark that fuels the fire to achieving greatness.
Known for her witty, wisdom-filled monthly newsletter, “Team Up With Cookie”, she is also a column writer for various magazines and newspapers in Louisiana, and is a frequent guest on several TV and national radio shows. Famous for her wit, charm, and southern style, Cookie delivers her straight forward, no nonsense strategies for taking the struggle out of success in a manner that is informative and entertaining every time.
In her book, Climbing The Ladder of Success In High Heels – Without Stepping On Your Values, Cookie shows women how to tap into their wisdom and skills, unleash their potential to get and stay at the top of their game and ahead of the competition – all without getting caught up in the game of second guessing and sabotaging themselves.
In 2008, after living a lifetime in her hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Cookie decided it was time to start a new chapter, so she moved to Lafayette, Louisiana, and has not looked back. She is the proud mother of two children, and grandmother to eight beautiful grandchildren who bring her lots of joy and teach her lessons every day.
For more information about Cookie and her programs, visit www.CookieTuminello.com.
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Senators will consider whether to prohibit private businesses in Louisiana from paying unequal wages to employees of different genders for the same job.
Rep. Joel Robideaux has delayed bill hearings and said unless a compromise can be reached, he won't bring up the legislation this session.
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An effort to prohibit employers from discriminating based on sexual orientation or gender identity was shelved Tuesday for the legislative session.
Louisiana won't lessen its penalties for marijuana possession, keeping laws on the books that allow people to be jailed up to 20 years for repeat offenses of having the drug in hand.
State bar foundation bestows honor on founder and managing partner of NeunerPate
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