INTRODUCTORY COLUMNWelcome reader to the first installment of Sue’s Seven, a new kind of advice column from down under. But first, introductions. Who is Sue, and what are her “seven?”
Sue Ismiel is a successful international business woman, philanthropist, devoted wife, mother of three grown daughters, and creator of the world’s most popular depilatory product--Nad’s. One trait Sue brings to each of these roles is her ability to problem solve.
Her health and beauty products have helped alleviate common frustrations for hundreds of thousands, her philanthropic donations have contributed to research that has improved the quality of life of women all over the world, and her day to day trouble-shooting has elevated her company to global prominence.
“I’ve been fortunate in my life and have traveled and learned from a great many inspirational people,” says Sue. “The least I can do is to share some of the pearls of wisdom I’ve collected over the years with others. Sometimes the simple act of sharing basic knowledge you’ve learned along the way can make a substantial positive effect on someone else’s life.”
And so you have it – Sue’s Seven. Starting with Column Two – available next quarter, Sue will tackle a common topic troubling our readers.
Have a grooming issue? Parenting concern? Health problem? Business question? Sue invites topics of all kinds. Each month, she will research one of her readers’ topics and unveil her problem solving skills with seven pearls of wisdom on the subject.
Seven ways to read Sue’s Seven:
1) As if from a friend – Sue Ismiel has dedicated her life and professional career to solving the problems of complete strangers. She cares.
2) As if from a mother – Sue’s proudest achievement is the raising of her three lovely daughters.
3) As a voice of experience – Sue’s been named to the Australian Businesswoman's Hall of Fame and as the Sydney Business Review’s “Businesswoman of the Year,” all for a business based on improving people’s lives and opinions of themselves!
4) As open responses – Have a question or comment for Sue? A topic you wish she’d discuss? Send your suggestions to email@example.com
5) As a team effort – Sue carefully researches each of her collumns – often contacting her friends and colleagues who are globally respected health and beauty experts. If the subject falls outside of her own realm of expertise, she’ll work with someone she’s confident knows the turf.
6) As something to clip and save – Fridge magnets, anyone?
7) Every season - in your local newspaper, magazine or online at SuesSeven.com