The Modern History of Women in Sales & Lucinda Prince

Jun 16, 2021 | Podcast

Episode 2

Audio Podcast

Todd Caponi

Podcast Episode Description

“Salesmanship” – a pervasive word at the time, but that doesn’t necessarily mean women didn’t play a prominent role in the profession 100+ years ago. And even more amazing, in this episode, I tell the story of Lucinda W. Prince, who became the profession’s leading advocate for empowering women to embrace, establish and excel in sales.

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