Sisterese, the language of sisters, on is a Women-centric  discussion and networking group for women and for the men who intentionally work to support women causes.

Location: Hartford, CT, USA
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Latest Activity: May 16

Sisterese, the Language of Sisters

Sisterese, the Language of Sisters, on is sponsored by

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Sisterese is a discussion and networking group for women and men who intentionally work to support their causes.

Our goal is to empower, connect, achieve equality, and elevate the standard of networking for women worldwide through advocacy & knowledge sharing.

Here at Sisterese we provide a forum where women can connect with each other and also connect with men who believe in supporting women's causes.


  1. #1. Sisterese seeks to financially empower women through development of effective networking skills.
  2.  #2. Sisterese seeks to enhance the power of women by establishing effective/cooperative communication between women and men.
  3. #3. Sisterese believes that there is an extremely important need for women and men to be able to find commonality of purpose rather than accentuating differences in superficial styles.

Whether you are male or female, we welcome you to Sisterese - a group for women and men who care about women's issues - a group of men and women who know that we're in life and business, together and who PREFER it that way...

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Comment by Loretta Faheem on June 30, 2011 at 6:43pm

Thank u,Vincent. I will respond accordingly.


Enjoy your day,


Comment by Vincent Wright on June 30, 2011 at 4:20pm


I have separate spaces for promoting your sites and groups such as the group called "Promote Your Site" and/or "My Announcements".... 


There are also groups for finding jobs such as "My Job TIGER" and "AVAILABLE"


Each group is findable by searching


I'd like for us to keep "Linking Women" focused on women issues and not site promotion, please....


Thank you...


Comment by Vincent Wright on June 23, 2011 at 8:29am

For members of our "Linking Women" group here on, the EASIEST way to share your message is also the MOST POWERFUL way to share your message...


Simply post your message to LInking Women at THIS link:

Simply click that link and it will open up a form for you to type your message in...

Some of your messages I'd be more than happy to share FROM, post away!

As always, I wish you the very BEST of the best and am here to help you, at your convenience.


Comment by Vincent Wright on April 10, 2011 at 5:24pm
Welcome to the group, Walethia...
Comment by Loretta Faheem on October 9, 2010 at 9:54pm
I'm a seasoned Paralegal with an MS in Human Services with a specialization in Criminal Justice. My experience is in both Corporate and Criminal Law. However, my most recent Paralegal opportunity ended in September, 2009 after 2 1/2 months. I earned $12.50 hourly. In March of this year I became licensed to sell Health Insurance. In August of this year, I became licensed to sell Life Insurance. Most would view insurance as "Sales". I view my new career as "Human Services" and I enjoy "educating" people as to their needs and of those they love. It is extremely refreshing to hear someone say, "thank you for calling me"!

My question to you is this: "How are you going to pay for your final expenses?"

Peace and love,
Comment by Vincent Wright on October 9, 2010 at 2:56pm
As a reminder, this group's description contains the following key phrase: "Linking Women is a discussion and networking group for women and men who intentionally work to support their causes."
Comment by Howard Sambol on August 14, 2010 at 2:48pm
Robbie, thanks for your offer to assist. Over many years I found that women have been more receptive to my Career Crafting program than men. This is likely because of the creative, holistic and personal growth orientation we use. I have had many wonderful relationships with men too but women seem to click with it more.

For this reason, it would be great to reach more women with the amazing resource we have. I'd love to dialogue with you about this and see what we can cook up. The website is I sent you a friend request too and would love to connect and chat.
Comment by Howard Sambol on August 14, 2010 at 2:38pm
Robbie, I'm seeing the same pattern. 99% of all the women I work with are opting to pursue an entrepreneurial path.

However, it is important to choose a business wisely based on a careful assessment of all the factors of importance, i.e. interests, values, skills, talents, passions, goals, lifestyle, etc.

Many just jump into a business with little thought and this can backfire later. Also, having a good support system is key. This extends beyond simple encouragement and needs to include good feedback and coaching.

There are two articles which have proven to be very helpful. One is Creating Change at and the other is on coaching located at Feedback is welcome and appreciated.

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