Dina Eisenberg
  • Oakland, CA
  • United States
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Business Name
Speak Up Powerfully
Website URL
http://SpeakupPowerfully.com
Blog URL
http://SpeakupPowerfully.com/blog
Twitter URL
http://twitter.com/DinaEisenberg
LinkedIn URL
http://Linkedin.com/dina.eisenberg
Short Bio
Hi I'm Dina,mediator, Ombudsman and attorney. My mission is to take the 'ass' out of being assertive for entrepreneurs who want to do their best work without hassle.So I created the Speak Up Revolution!

Having a business that works FOR you, making your life easier & happier, is the reward for being an entrepreneur. Join the Revolution and be richly rewarded!

Dina Eisenberg's Blog

What good would happen if you didn't micromanage?

Posted on November 24, 2015 at 1:45am 0 Comments

Dashing through the thick forest that represents your business, how many days have you sent rushing from tree to tree, stomping out fires

Small business owners are chronically busy & sorta proud, as if swamped meant loaded.


outsourcing naturally asks you to take the bigger view of your biz, to see the entire forest, not just the nearest redwoods.

.http://outsourceeasier.com/what-else/

What To Do With a Challenging Client

Posted on January 27, 2013 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

When a client hits your 'hairy edge', the point where you're over their needy or demanding nature, it's time to say buh bye.  It's better for them and you.



But how do you fire a client when you like her and feel guilty because you know it's partly your fault for taking her in the first place.  It doesn't have to be a black and white decision.  You can take baby steps towards fixing your working relationship.



Here are 3 steps for getting asking for change with a…

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Telling Disorganized Clients What To Do- In a Good Way

Posted on October 18, 2012 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

  Asking someone to change their behavior is tricky, to say the least. You want to say the right things to encourage compliance while avoiding giving offense.

Using an ‘I Statement’ can help you articulate your needs in a neutral, non-threatening way. Your request is made in a manner that allows the other person to hear it well and act upon it.

The best part is…

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Speaking up Matters

Posted on September 23, 2012 at 2:56pm 0 Comments

You know we all want to change the world. Aptly written by John Lennon. I want a revolution, for sure.  I'm leading the charge for anyone who wants be powerful without being pushy!

Nobody want to speak up

Speaking up is complicated, some say.  Most people, maybe you, envision someone getting a gleam in their eye, straightening their back and taking in a breath to give someone else a good piece of their mind…

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At 2:35pm on August 9, 2012, Sarah Dugo said…

Thanks-women always seem to get them right away! Keep in touch!

At 11:57am on January 6, 2012, Eileen Schlesier said…

So glad to connect Dina!

At 6:45pm on December 13, 2011, Sydni Craig-Hart said…

Thanks so much for the friend request and the note Dina! I'm glad we're connected here. :)

At 4:52pm on December 7, 2011, Linda Dessau said…

Thanks Dina! I've cut my hair shorter again for winter, but I managed to salvage some of the curls ;)

At 2:58pm on December 2, 2011, Emily Suess said…

I totally dropped the ball on Day 16 and never looked back! :) It had something to do with a couple of clients wondering if I wanted a few rush assignments and me saying, "Heck yeah!"

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