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Jane Kuechle 23rd, 2012 on Walk the Talk with Kim

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Tina Paniel and Megan Lehman of First Book – Seattle joined us to talk about their new program. For more information: www.firstbook.org/seattle to read more about the program: first-book-seattle.blogspot.org email at: [email protected]
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Join them: Date: Saturday May 19th, 2012
Location: Elliot Bay Book Company (in Capitol Hill on 10th between Pike and Pine), downstairs reading room
Time: 11am to 3pm (drop by anytime, stay for one story or six)
Free and open to the public – kids especially welcome!
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First Book-Seattle and Elliott Bay Book Company will be co-sponsoring “What Was Your First Book?”, a lively Read-A-Thon of local community members taking turns reading aloud the very first children’s book they each fell in love with. Our featured readers will include author Sherman Alexie, a Seattle Monorail driver, Seattle Police officers, Seattle Fire Department, Rat City Rollergirls, an Overlake High School student, an Air Force fighter pilot, a Seattle Public Librarian, and others!!
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We’ll also have a silent auction of beloved kids’ books inscribed by Mayor Mike McGinn, Senator Patty Murray, local authors, and other local celebrities, as well as a raffle of gift baskets for kids, sports lovers, spa lovers, and cooks.
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Our goal with this Read-A-Thon is to give six new books to every child in twenty Title 1 classrooms in King County. You can give six new books to one child for $15; an entire classroom of 22 children will receive six new books for $330. Each featured readers is raising pledge donations to help us meet our goal. Will you make a pledge donation on behalf of one of our readers?

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Jane Kuechle is an independent consultant to non-profit organizations and to individuals who want to make a difference. She assists non-profit groups and organizations with their growth and development in the areas of board support, fundraising, communications, and online visibility. Jane also is available to help individuals create positive change through philanthropic investments.

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Free Class! May 21st in Issaquah- Suspension of Attention

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Next Cohort Group 6 meeting is Thursday, patient 5/17/2012, purchase from 5:30p-8:30p at Boxley’s in North Bend!  This class will cover Intrinsic Motivation! You will be able to concretely categorize and discern the most powerful mechanisms of motivation, shop and you will become more effective at motivating your employees, clients, and/or board members.

Future Cohort Group 6 class dates @ Boxleys are as follows:

June 21, 2012 5:30p-8:30p – Systems Thinking

July 19, 2012  5:30p-8:30p – Archetypes

As a current Cohort member, you can attend other Cohort Groups for free!  See Events page for more details on other Cohort Group Class Schedules.
Are “WE” ready for the Next Leap in Personal Development?  Do you want to learn how to get yourself and others “Un-stuck”? Do you want a fresh and new way to look at your business and your own creativity?

Back by popular demand!  Please join us in this unique opportunity for you to have access to the tools that larger organizations pay significantly for to transform their businesses. This class on Suspension of Attention is the first in a series of 10 classes, order
referred to as The Ten Essentials of Pathwise®Click here for more information on the The Ten Essentials®. 

Here are the details for this free class! To register for this class, please complete this form or contact us at [email protected]

May 21st at 5:30pm-8:30p at Meadow Creek Business Center,22525 SE 64th Place, Issaquah, WA 98027   2nd Floor .

Are you new to the Cohort program?    In this first class, Suspension of Attention, offered to you for free,  you will expand your ability to understand why employees, managers, and clients behave the way they do, and how to better influence them. There is a hierarchy to perception that has a direct influence on the effectiveness of action. Learn how to differentiate between higher and lower levels of perception, and how to access and sustain more strategic levels of perception.

Are you a current Cohort Group member and would you like to take the Suspension of Attention class again as a refresher?    Would you like to share with a friend the value this class and the series has brought to you?    Well, here is your opportunity and please feel free to join us and bring a friend!

Remember…If you bring a friend and they join a cohort group, you get one month free.  If you refer 5 people, and they join, you receive your program for free.  This is a GREAT way to pay for your program as well as spread personal growth to others!

 

First Book Seattle May 2nd, 2012 Walk the Talk with Kim

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Tina Paniel and Megan Lehman of First Book – Seattle joined us to talk about their new program. For more information: www.firstbook.org/seattle to read more about the program: first-book-seattle.blogspot.org email at: [email protected]
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Join them: Date: Saturday May 19th, 2012
Location: Elliot Bay Book Company (in Capitol Hill on 10th between Pike and Pine), downstairs reading room
Time: 11am to 3pm (drop by anytime, stay for one story or six)
Free and open to the public – kids especially welcome!
.
First Book-Seattle and Elliott Bay Book Company will be co-sponsoring “What Was Your First Book?”, a lively Read-A-Thon of local community members taking turns reading aloud the very first children’s book they each fell in love with. Our featured readers will include author Sherman Alexie, a Seattle Monorail driver, Seattle Police officers, Seattle Fire Department, Rat City Rollergirls, an Overlake High School student, an Air Force fighter pilot, a Seattle Public Librarian, and others!!
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We’ll also have a silent auction of beloved kids’ books inscribed by Mayor Mike McGinn, Senator Patty Murray, local authors, and other local celebrities, as well as a raffle of gift baskets for kids, sports lovers, spa lovers, and cooks.
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Our goal with this Read-A-Thon is to give six new books to every child in twenty Title 1 classrooms in King County. You can give six new books to one child for $15; an entire classroom of 22 children will receive six new books for $330. Each featured readers is raising pledge donations to help us meet our goal. Will you make a pledge donation on behalf of one of our readers?

Cohort Homework: Suspension of Attention

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For those of you that have taken the first of the Pathwise 10 Essentials, patient you know about Suspension of Attention. This concept explains the idea of grounding yourself in the physical world as a means to balance your thinking brain. It’s a form of active meditation that aligns the different inputs: fligh/flight or freeze; emotions; and cognitive thinking. By doing this, see you gain more insigt and can react more appropriately during times of fear, ambiguity and stress. You will find a clarity and understanding of what the other person’s intention is, beyond what he or she is not saying.
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We have very similar and repeatable physical patterns that emerge, when we are feeling threatened or have emotional unbalance. These physical patters, or “triggers” may be a tighness in the chest or jaw, flush face, or maybe even a nervous habit or desire to run away. All of these are clues from our primitive brain that we are in danger. The brain doesn’t know the difference between a tiger about to pounce, or your boss calling you into his office unexpectedly. However, you have a powerful tool that will keep you from diving into your self-preservation patterns that make innovation and creativity impossible.
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Once you realize you are being triggered, then your response is to Suspend Attention. We do this by thinking about a body part, or connecting with our physical environment. Your homework for this month is to:
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1. Recognize your trigger – How do you respond when things heat up? Do you know what you do next? Do you fight, freeze, flee? Just taking inventory is a huge step in recognizing and making conscious the patterns that may not have helped us the way we wanted them to in the past.
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2. Practice Suspension of Attention by thinking of a body part. You can think of your foot on the floor, fingers touching each other, or anything that interrupts the pattern enough to give you and opportunity to assess the situation and CHOOSE a conscious (rather than unconscious) response.
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Let me know how you do and share with us your experience of Suspension of Attention. Enjoy!

Denise Paulette as Zelda Fitzgerald March 14, 2012

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What a TREAT we had today to talk with a working actress about her one woman show, “Zelda”! We learned the amazing story of Flapper, Zelda Fitzgerald, who was married to F. Scott Fitzgerald. Denise gave us a beautiful performance from the play! Please help support the local (traveling) arts! Please help support her goal to take her show to Scotland’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Donate at http://www.indiegogo.com/zelda-by-william-luce. She only needs 120 people to donate $20 to take this there and live her dream! This is an amazing story!

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Rabbi Olivier Ben-Haim and Resillience Circles Feb 29, 2012

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Joy Stephens from O2Joy Ent. stopped by and we had a great chat about non-profit boards, finances and fundraising! Joy has a workshop coming up: http://www.o2joyent.com/
Workshop
Fundraising: From A to Z
‘Without the money, there is no mission”

Tired of struggling to raise money for your nonprofit? Join us for a comprehensive, interactive and motivating workshop on the fundamental principles of effective fundraising.

Content will include:

Inspire your board to giveBuild, cultivate and grow your donor basePlan innovative eventsDesign an annual fund development planGrant writing introductionRecruit corporate sponsorsWho should attend: Founders, CEOs, Executive Directors, Board of Directors, Fund Development Staff & Volunteers, Fundraising Committee Members, Advisory Council Members and anyone else who wants to raise funds for nonprofits.

Feb 23, 2012 from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. at 2100 Building. 2100 24th Ave S., Seattle.

Fee: $75.00 includes manual, templates, resource guide and refreshments. Free street parking is available.

To register, click HERE below or send a check for $75 payable to o 2 joy to 15142 SE 48th Ave., Bellevue, WA 98006. Information: (425) 653-1575 or [email protected]
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We had the most wonderful visit with Rabbi Olivier Ben-Haim about Resillience Circles – A method of bringing the community together to solve a common set of problems, by leveraging the intrinsic values in each other. This was a wonerfully deep conversation with a very deep man! We also talked about the Jewish tradition and meditation. It was a wonderful lesson in something I never understood before.

Resillience Circles: http://localcircles.org/

Bet Alef Meditative Synagouge: http://www.betalef.org/

Joy Stephens Feb 15 2012

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Joy Stephens from O2Joy Ent. stopped by and we had a great chat about non-profit boards, finances and fundraising! Joy has a workshop coming up: http://www.o2joyent.com/
Workshop
Fundraising: From A to Z
‘Without the money, there is no mission”

Tired of struggling to raise money for your nonprofit? Join us for a comprehensive, interactive and motivating workshop on the fundamental principles of effective fundraising.

Content will include:

Inspire your board to giveBuild, cultivate and grow your donor basePlan innovative eventsDesign an annual fund development planGrant writing introductionRecruit corporate sponsorsWho should attend: Founders, CEOs, Executive Directors, Board of Directors, Fund Development Staff & Volunteers, Fundraising Committee Members, Advisory Council Members and anyone else who wants to raise funds for nonprofits.

Feb 23, 2012 from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. at 2100 Building. 2100 24th Ave S., Seattle.

Fee: $75.00 includes manual, templates, resource guide and refreshments. Free street parking is available.

To register, click HERE below or send a check for $75 payable to o 2 joy to 15142 SE 48th Ave., Bellevue, WA 98006. Information: (425) 653-1575 or [email protected]
Inspire

Climb On Feb 8th 2012

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I had the pleasure of talking to Tanya Swick, President and Susan Ireland, secretary of ClimbOn.org. ClimbOn provides a support team for young adults as they transition from homelessness into a sustainable job and career path. Partnering with YouthCare (winner of the Governor’s 2008 Best Practices Award for Education and Employment for Homeless Youth), ClimbOn serves the graduates of YouthCare’s workforce development programs who have proven track records and are dedicated to becoming contributing and self-reliant adults.
Through partnerships with the Northwest business community and a network of professional coaches, ClimbOn provides career counseling, appropriate referrals, career exploration, and access to subsidized and unsubsidized work placements. www.climbon-nw.org

Diana Duke Feb 1st 2012 Weightloss to Wellness

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Diana Duke from My Weightloss to Wellness joined us to talk about a program to lose up to 30 pounds in 30 days. I tried the diet in December and lost 20 pounds! I’m starting another round for another 20 pounds next week! Want to join me? For Walk the Talk listeners, Diana is giving a $100 discount for the program!!! Email: [email protected] for more info.

Dellann Elliott CEF Jan 4th, 2011

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Susan Livingston with Outside Seattle joined us today to talk about tourism and how Eastside Communities are banding together to promote their own tourism. This is a great story of bringing together community, non-profit and business organizations for a common good, to bring more visitors to town! Check out the website and come visit our community! outsideseattle.org

We also had 3 special guests – Susan’s two daughters, Jane and Claire and my 9 year old daughter, Gia. They shared what they loved about their home and what they were Thankful for. It was a fun and special time for all of us!!

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Paul Tredway with the Kiwanis Giving Tree, Rob Wotton, Manager of Sterling Savings and the Coat Drive and Clay Eals with Encompass joined me to talk about the OneVoice group of individuals, businesses, religious groups, service organizations and municiple services combined to help those in need! For more information on the Giving Tree and/or coat drive, go to www.encompassnw.org
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Here are the winter items that are being collected by participating One VOICE organizations:
 Toilet paper and personal hygiene items
 Grocery-store gift cards and ANY unused gift cards
 New and gently used winter clothing
 New hats, stocking caps, gloves and mittens
 Laundry soap
 Diapers and wipes
 Toys for the Kiwanis Giving Tree
 Non-perishable food for Mt. Si Helping Hand Food Bank
 Baking supplies for Encompass Respectful Giving Dessert Baskets
 New and gently used blankets
Donations will be accepted weekdays now through December 13, 2011 at:
Encompass Main Campus
1407 Boalch Ave. N.W., North Bend
Peak Sport and Spine
7726 Center Blvd. SE, Suite 220, Snoqualmie
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Drop off New or Gently used COATS at any financial institution in the Snoqualmie Valley
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SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Bank of America
Banana Republic
Cascade Covenant Church
Cascade Dance Academy
Cascade View Elementary
Chase Bank
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
City of North Bend
Eastside Self Storage
Encompass
Jolene’s Hair and Skin Care
Key Bank
Kiwanis
Moose Lodge
Mt. Si Helping Hand Food Bank
Mount Si High School
Opus Bank
Our Lady of Sorrows
Ridge Fitness
Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley
St. Joseph School- Snoqualmie Campus
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Snoqualmie Falls Credit Union
Snoqualmie Valley Alliance
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Foundation
Snoqualmie Valley Record
Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business
Sterling Savings Bank
Steve’s Doughnuts
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Tim Anderson joined us to give us an update of the storming/forming phase at Occupy Seattle. If you want to hear what is going on, and how you can get involved in a way that makes sense to you, listen in and go to: www.occupyseattle.org

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Lawyer, Michele Pearson talked today about distracted driving and what you need to know about the law and the dangers of driving. We had a great conversation about changing habits and how to get started for a successful transition to No Distractions! www.pearsonlawfirm.com

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Dellann Elliott of the Chris Elliott Foundation for Glioblastoma Cancer Research joined us today to talk about all the exciting new things happening with CEF and Brain Cancer Research! Want to help or be a part of it? [email protected] CEF is looking for a specialist to help with patient and family support.

Dellann wants to invite you to a tour of the Ivy Center at Swedish Medical Center at Cherry Hill on Monday, January 16th at 3pm. Contact Dellann at: [email protected] to reserve your spot. Other events can be found at: http://www.chriselliottfund.org/events

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