Becoming Ginger Rogers: Business and Life Lessons from the Ballroom

OCTOBER 1, 2013 (Room TBA), 6:00pm

Patrice Tanaka

Patrice Tanaka, author of Becoming Ginger Rogers: How Ballroom Dancing Made me a Happier Woman, Better Partner and Smarter CEO has found an unexpected resource for personal and business growth.

Through the experience of ballroom dancing, Patrice has learned invaluable life and business lessons.  The top five are:Headshot

  • Be fully present in body, mind and spirit
  • Perfectionism is overrated – and inhibiting
  • Practice failing so you can succeed more quickly
  • How to partner for success
  • Visualize your goals as the first step toward achieving them

This talk will turn ballroom dancing inside out and leave us with information to use as we drive to success in our own personal and professional lives.

In addition to being an author, Patrice is the Chief Counselor & Creative Strategist of Padilla CRT, a New York and Minneapolis-based public relations agency.   She is a veteran of startups, acquisitions and multiple corporate mergers.  She is now poised to share what she’s learned with others who seek to expand their approaches to business growth.

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