MIAMI Women Presents: I Want More - 5 Keys to Unlocking Your Fullest Potential

Presented on: Thursday, May 11th at 12:00 PM EDT



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That voice telling you there’s more is there for a reason. It's because you are more and you are capable of reaching the potential that exists within you.

Unlocking our fullest potential comes down to one thing: habits. Five habits to be exact. These findings are gathered from 2.5 years of research and interviewing 75+ leaders at the top of their fields across a range of professions. From investors to corporate executives, entrepreneurs to professors, asylum officers to lawyers, scientists to international educators. Margaret Weniger '07 will share the five common habits of leaders that are the silent driving force behind reaching their fullest potential. By the end of this talk you will be empowered with specific actions you to can take to begin taking steps to living your fullest potential.

Margaret Weniger was a Varsity Swimmer, 3X MAC Champion, and Strength and Conditioning All American at Miami University. After graduating from Miami, Margaret started her career in tech sales and would spend over a decade building, scaling, and turning around high growth tech sales organizations. During her time in sales leadership Margaret learned what really fueled her success wasn’t the best sales tactics, tools, or even hard work. Instead it was fueled by caring about and investing in the people on her team. She discovered her true passion in life was helping people see their unique superpowers and how to leverage those to unlock their fullest potential not just in their career but in their life. Today Margaret works with individuals and organizations to build solid foundations that serve as a springboard and accelerant to achieving their definition of great success. 

This event is free to attend, but registration is required. Questions? Contact Michelle Rosecrans at

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