11 Tips for Successful Fundraising

July 11, 2012

Some of my clients are non-profit groups, and money and donations are often Topic A right after their main mission. Asking for money for a cause or a non-profit agency can be difficult, especially in a tight economy.  It makes it that… Read more

Deeper Dive into Washington Wines

June 6, 2012

Keeping with the current theme on wine, my friends both in and outside the wine industry might be interested in these interviews I did behind the scenes during the judging for the Seattle Wine Awards. These top 4 judges have… Read more

Behind the Scenes at the Seattle Wine Awards

May 28, 2012

Keeping with this month’s wine theme, you might want to check out this ‘behind-the-scene’s’ look at the judging for the Seattle Wine Awards. Executive Director Christopher Chan had nearly 1,000 (yes, almost one-thousand) wines entered this year. I was lucky… Read more

Pairing Food, Wine, and Fun!

May 24, 2012

My friends know I like wine tasting! And I’ve visited and talked to numerous people in the wine industry the past several years — through classes, volunteering at wineries, wine club memberships, working with the Seattle Wine Awards, and just… Read more

Help Your Customer, Help Your Company

May 4, 2012

It’s all about keeping it simple! Customers today have so many options, and so much information — how do you help them buy your product or service? Click on this article below from the Harvard Business Review on keeping it simple…. Read more

Helping Victims of Domestic Violence

April 25, 2012

One of my clients, EDVP, provides help for victims of domestic violence, and it is marking 30 years on May 5th. Please support them if you can! Thanks, Margo Eastside Domestic Violence Program Marks 30th Anniversary , ‘World of Hope’… Read more

Are You Nice? It’s In Your Genes!

April 11, 2012

I’ve been accused on occasion of being too nice. Not that I ever want to be taken advantage of, but I find that people are more responsive when I’m ‘nice’ than if I’m not as kind. And an article on… Read more

Generation Gap in the Workplace?

March 12, 2012

Working with multiple generations in the workplace has come up in several recent conversations I’ve had with clients, wanting to know how to better communicate with each other. This is an excellent article from Forbes magazine, from the young professional… Read more

Buying Power — Ignore Women at Your Own Peril

March 7, 2012

As someone who works with clients in the marine and boating industry, as a frequent speaker to women’s groups, and as a woman, I found this blog post from Trade Only Today and William Sisson, very telling. Given that studies… Read more

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