About Mimi

Mimi’s latest book is about success and football!  The title is:  Necessary Roughness:  New Rules for the Contact Sport of Life. As a very funny, football female, Mimi uses football as a metaphor for shaking off the bad plays, or roadblocks of challenging times, and leading with perseverance and courage.

For over twenty years, Mimi has captivated audiences from the Fortune 100 to the just plain fortunate.  She’s won acclaim for her rousing keynote speeches, compelling workshops, and in-house training programs.  She has shared the keynote platform with Colin Powell, Katie Couric and Maya Angelou.

She holds a Bachelors Degree in Speech and Dramatic Arts from the University or Iowa, and a Masters Degree in Education from Columbia University. For 10 years, she was a staff Human Resources Specialist with Walt Disney Company, Northrop Aircraft, and Rockwell International.

Mimi has been a visiting professor at Harvard University’s Center for Public Leadership at the Kennedy School of Government.  She was the “pitch coach” on ABC’s American Inventor and coached the contestants to success persuading judges and America.

Mimi Donaldson is co-author of Negotiating for Dummies. It has been published in six languages and has sold over 1 million copies worldwide.

Her second book  in 2006 was Bless Your Stress: It Means You’re Still Alive!

Mimi is excited to share her “MimiMoments” with you at MimiSpeaks.com! To learn more about Mimi, visit her webpage at www.mimidonaldson.com.


2 Responses to About Mimi

  1. Clark Davidson says:

    Hi Mimi,

    Would love to chat with you regarding your business and the Siebold Success Network.

  2. XrwW says:

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