Get What You DeserveThe average person spends an inordinate amount of money on insurance over the course of a lifetime, whether for home (or renters), auto, life, and disability coverage. When you factor in health care or benefits coverage the numbers get even higher. And for some, there’s additional coverage required for toys like boats,
About Cindy Watson
Cindy's Credentials and more...
Cindy is a highly sought after international speaker, educator and coach, known for her passion, commitment, deep caring, and ability to inspire.
Cindy wowed at TEDx Ocala when she gave her talk
As an attorney, she broke down barriers, fighting to further women's rights, secure pay equity, break glass ceilings and to end discrimination.
As a coach, she empowers women to unleash their feminine power and become the best version of themselves. Cindy inspires her clients to dig deep to rediscover their true purpose and take charge of their lives again.
Cindy has published her latest book The Art of Feminine Negotiation - How to Get what you Want from the Boardroom to the Bedroom. along with numerous short stories and two earlier books, Unloved and Endangered Animals, and Out of Darkness - The Jeff Healey Story, for which she won the Golden Oak Forest of Reading award.
Cindy is also the founder and president of the Muskoka Authors Association
Cindy's Blog Posts
Negotiating Lessons Learned from Princess Di and Prince Charles’ DivorceAre you a fan of the hit Netflix series, The Crown? If so, I invite you to draw your attention to the negotiation advice you can take away from the show. Next time you curl up with a bowl of popcorn for your latest fix of
Given long-time limitations imposed on women, it’s not surprising that many women operate from a scarcity mindset. Heck, it’s still recent history that women couldn’t hold property or credit in their own name, vote, or even be recognized as persons in the eyes of the law. Women still make less money than men and have
I had a new experience this week which reinforced my beliefs about the importance of reframing how we look at negotiation. For some time, I’ve been touting the advantages (and necessity) of breaking old conditioning and redefining our concepts of success, conflict, power and the art of negotiation. The more work I do in this