Welcome to Margo Myers Communications

Services offered:

Media and Public RelationsWiden your coverage. With more than 20 years in TV news and public relations, I have extensive experience in television, radio, print and social media. Allow my team to create a strategic media plan to develop your message, and share it with the right audience to gain positive exposure.

Executive coaching and communicationStrengthen your influence. I am fascinated with human communication and how we interact with each other. Using tools and assessments, I work with leaders and corporate teams to develop clear communications. This can be on an individual basis or with teams. Improved communication leads to higher productivity, improved morale, and positive results.

Media coachingEnhance your image. We often convey specific messages through our body language and tone of voice, and are often unaware of the impact we have on others, both positive and negative. What are you communicating about yourself to those around you? Combining my media experience with coaching, I identify ways in which you may be unconsciously sabotaging your public face. I help you become more confident, create awareness about your communication style and develop a memorable presence.

What are you thinking? Change your mind, change your brain

It started with one of my coaching clients who’s worry and nagging background anxiety take a huge toll on her energy, and she’s not alone. Did you know that our brains are actually wired for negativity? In the book Buddha’s Brain, author Rick Hanson explains that it goes back to caveman days, and the amygdala being triggered…

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Ending Sexual Violence – KCSARC’s BE LOUD Breakfast

 Update: a record breaking fundraiser for KCSARC with more than $515,000 raised to help end sexual violence. Congrats to the team, and for the investors who have the power, foresight and money to make a difference in our community! KCSARC is still taking donations. Nearly a thousand people turned out this morning at the downtown Seattle…

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#1 Lesson Learned from 2015

As we wrap up the past year, what is your #1 lesson learned from 2015? I like to take some time during the final days of the year to look back on where I’ve been, take stock of what I’ve accomplished, consider what could have gone better, and set goals for the coming 12 months. Here are my…

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Celebrate Networking

The holidays are here – and with them, come a host of opportunities for networking. A recent article in Entrepreneur points out that the season is filled with events ideal for networking and relationship building. In addition to traditional gatherings like company parties, Chamber of Commerce events, business contact referral groups and online sites, holiday events…

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Focus Your Message in Interviews and Presentations

From The Three Little Pigs to omne trium perfectum (Latin for “everything is perfect in sets of three”), use of the number three to convey information has long been imbedded in our culture. Time is divided into three parts; a beginning, a middle, and an end. And even famed entrepreneur Steve Jobs used the Rule…

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