Scaling Your Company in Seattle and Beyond – Seattle Panel 2019 (Diversity and Inclusion, I missed an opportunity)
Money Changes People. Talent Gravity. Core Values. Odyssey Life Plans. Those are the things that I either talked about or were my takeaways while on the Startup Panel last night at Lane Powell. I was super honored to be on the panel that had representation from Ignition Partners, Silicon Valley Bank,
A colleague is having a rough day and looks upset and is being argumentative. How you deal with it says a lot about your emotional intelligence. Are you pretending that it's not happening or do you tell them to cut it out? Perhaps you have a workplace where people are comfortable
On July 13th thinkspace co-hosted an event with speaker Jack Daly, a leading sales speaker and trainer with over 30 years of sales and executive experience. Quickly, everyone in the room recognized Jack for his enthusiasm, ambition and learned that he always has his playbook (both personal and professional) at
With the start of 2020 we know that people are setting intentions or resolutions for the year both personally and professionally. When the new year hits, good health is often a big topic and having good health will certainly influence how you perform both in and out of the office.
I registered for OW+E! It's Outwild for the Entrepreneur in 2020! Last summer I attended the Outwild Flagship Event and it was a life changing event for me. When I found out that the Outwild organizers were launching a new event in 2020 that combines some of the Outwild experience with
Last week we attended the Northwest Event Show at the Washington State Convention Center. There were vendors, suppliers, venues, restaurants, caterers, wineries, and small businesses in attendance. One of my favorites was a company called Home Grown Trailers, which sells and rents sustainable wooden trailers to people seeking to be
It's fun to watch our thinkspace companies grow. We have members who began with a hot desk in our Lake Union space who have expanded into larger and then multiple offices for space for their growing teams. In Redmond we have members who expand into larger offices and then office