CEO and Founder of FinePoint, Author of Brag Better™ & Host of "It Never Gets Old" Podcast
Meredith Fineman is an entrepreneur, writer, and host. She is the founder and CEO of FinePoint, a leadership and professional development company that elevates individuals—CEOs, Founders, and women in positions of power—through visibility and voice. Fineman founded FinePoint in 2012 as a public relations consultancy, and it morphed into one of the only small shops to go from more digital to more traditional. After running PR campaigns in technology, consumer/lifestyle, and business, Fineman became the go-to for individual representation. As she started to represent people, Fineman realized that public relations skill set was essential for leadership to apply to themselves, as well as created a more comprehensive approach to visible leadership through executive coaching and media relations. Read More >
The Meaning Behind Brag Better
Fineman has spent a decade training and championing The Qualified Quiet™ -those that have done the work but don’t know how to promote it. It’s a misnomer that your work will speak for itself, and through her tried and true Brag Better™ training and work, and new book on self-promotion and its power, Brag Better™: Master the Art of Fearless Self-Promotion, out May 19, 2020 with Penguin Randomhouse, explains why we don’t brag and why we are missing out if we don’t.
In this talk, Fineman goes into one of her specialties, around women and a lack of feeling comfortable with self-promotion. From history of women in public, dealing with perception and scrutiny, Fineman is a winner in women-centric audiences. By using Brag Better™ tactics, women can too learn to tout their work and get the recognition, money, and time they deserve.
Fineman is a thought leader in sustainable fashion, by way of the world of secondhand, which will be a 23-billion-dollar industry by 2022. Fineman breaks down where fashion is headed, but why one of the keys is in clothing that has been worn by someone else. She is the creator and host of the popular podcast It Never Gets Old: A First-Hand Account of All Things Secondhand (and Sustainable).
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