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Ed Lincoln and the Two Pink Toe Trucks!

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Entrepreneurs, philanthropist, author and Seattle legend, Ed Lincoln joined us today with his wife and business partner Connie to talk about Ed’s book and the iThemba organization. He shared funny stories and life lessons in business, including stories of the Pink Toe Truck!. Some take aways for me were to not over look the nickles and washers, as well as “buy dirt”.

Connie talked about the organization, iThemba that focuses on orphans of HIV/AIDS. We will talk more about this organization in a later show. In the meantime, here is the info: www.ithembakids.org

Buy Ed’s book, Life through the Rearview Mirror (I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!): CLICK HERE TO BUY

Kim Arellano spent 19 years in the high-tech industry working her way through will and talent from admin positions through sales positions and finally as a regional director of sales for a multi-billion dollar tech company. In addition to extensive corporate experience, rx
she has risen to leadership levels in non-profit organizations including president of a women’s networking group and executive director of a hospital foundation.  Kim has a talent for mobilizing leaders and creating strategic vision and direction. She is very goal oriented and organized in her approach, while maintaining an atmosphere of support and encouragement of ideas.

As Kim progressed through her career she found that she had a growing interest in tackling a difficult problem she observed in her corporate tenure— a lack of understanding in how to nurture top talent. As a leader she often felt there was a better way to secure even more corporate success that embraces the human potential to be highly effective.  Kim studied and mentored with respected psychologists, educators and senior consultants to provide services and programs with the right tools and format to help individuals truly understand how to develop human potential and put together a first class organization.  

She has since created Arellano Consulting to deliver her public speaking, facilitating, organizational and management skills to individuals, corporations, non-profit and community based organizations.  Kim is the host of Walk the Talk with Kim radio show on KKNW AM1150 and streaming worldwide.  The show focuses on emerging and successful leadership in mission driven organizations.

Kim holds a B.S. degree in Human Services Management and is nearing completion of her Masters of Science in Psychology, with a focus on organizational psychology.  She is a member of the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology (SIOP) as well as the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).  Kim has completed certification as a Certified Pathwise Trainor and Advisor. 

Kim Arellano lives where she grew up in the Snoqualmie Valley for over 33 years. She is a wife and a loving mother of two wonderful children. In addition to the human brood, Kim is an avid horsewoman and trainer/foster home for canine rescue organizations. As a woman business owner herself, she is devoted to mentorship and support of women/children organizations and causes. She is a model to her children and to others who, like many of us with serious responsibilities, is courageous enough to follow the calling to serve others.

New Ten Essentials Workshop Starts in June! Click here for more info and to join us!


Walk the Talk with Kim
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collaboration and a call to walk the talk.  Each episode invites listeners to become connected with non-profit, community based and for-profit mission driven organizations that pour sweat and tears into the growth and support of our community.

We celebrate the volunteers, supporters and collaborators that are the foundation and soul of these organizations.In addition to learning how to support the surface mission of these organizations, our listeners will be inspired with stories of triumph and lessons in leadership and accountability.

Each show will challenge our listeners to walk the talk and take action to support the health and growth of our mission driven organizations in the non-profit and community based arena as well as for profit companies by realizing individual motivation and using our intrinsic values to help our brothers and sisters in humanity.

So put on your comfy clothes, grab your water, bring your brain and let’s Walk the Talk with Kim!

Check out the latest show! http://walkthetalkwithkim.podbean.com/

Kim Arellano spent 19 years in the high-tech industry working her way through will and talent from admin positions through sales positions and finally as a regional director of sales for a multi-billion dollar tech company. In addition to extensive corporate experience, sickness she has risen to leadership levels in non-profit organizations including president of a women’s networking group and executive director of a hospital foundation.  Kim has a talent for mobilizing leaders and creating strategic vision and direction. She is very goal oriented and organized in her approach, while maintaining an atmosphere of support and encouragement of ideas.

As Kim progressed through her career she found that she had a growing interest in tackling a difficult problem she observed in her corporate tenure— a lack of understanding in how to nurture top talent. As a leader she often felt there was a better way to secure even more corporate success that embraces the human potential to be highly effective.  Kim studied and mentored with respected psychologists, educators and senior consultants to provide services and programs with the right tools and format to help individuals truly understand how to develop human potential and put together a first class organization.  

She has since created Arellano Consulting to deliver her public speaking, facilitating, organizational and management skills to individuals, corporations, non-profit and community based organizations.  Kim is the host of Walk the Talk with Kim radio show on KKNW AM1150 and streaming worldwide.  The show focuses on emerging and successful leadership in mission driven organizations.  She is also a featured Blogger on Next Generation Workplace Issues  for Girl Power Hour, a Seattle-based women networking organization.

Kim holds a B.S. degree in Human Services Management and is nearing completion of her Masters of Science in Psychology, with a focus on organizational psychology.  She is a member of the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology (SIOP) as well as the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).  Kim has completed certification as a Certified Pathwise Trainor and Advisor. 

Kim Arellano lives where she grew up in the Snoqualmie Valley for over 33 years. She is a wife and a loving mother of two wonderful children. In addition to the human brood, Kim is an avid horsewoman and trainer/foster home for canine rescue organizations. As a woman business owner herself, she is devoted to mentorship and support of women/children organizations and causes. She is a model to her children and to others who, like many of us with serious responsibilities, is courageous enough to follow the calling to serve others.

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Tina Laguna of Rancho Laguna Equine Rescue and Joy Stephens of o2Joy joined the Walk the Talk with Kim show to learn about what you need to know when setting up a non-profit.
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If you want to help sponsor a rescued horse at Rancho Laguna, or even come and visit and hang with the horses, go to: http://www.rancholaguna.com/ Tuesdays and Thursdays are free horsemanship class days!
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Joy Stephens and o2Joy are experts in setting up nonprofits and fine-tuning your non-profit. http://www.o2joyent.com/workshops
Join us on Wednesday June 22, 2011 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 2100 Building, 2100 24th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98144.
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Starting and Sustaining a Nonprofit
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Comprehensive nuts & bolts five-hour workshop
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Can you imagine a community without the March of Dimes, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Red Cross? The nonprofit sector plays a key role transforming lives and making a significant impact on the U.S. society. If you’ve ever dreamed of starting your own nonprofit take advantage of this opportunity to turn that dream into a reality.
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Topics include:
Legal formation of a nonprofit
Applying for tax exempt status
Accounting requirements
Taxation rules
Fundraising & marketing
Roles & responsibilities of the Board
Communications & publicity
This interactive and information-packed five hour workshop is presented by subject matter experts from prestigious service providers in the area. Learn how to set up, grow and sustain your nonprofit.
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Join us on Wednesday June 22, 2011 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 2100 Building, 2100 24th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98144.
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Fee is $75 and includes resources, handouts and copies of the presentations. Complimentary snacks and refreshments will be provided. Street parking is free. Any questions? Call Joy at (425) 653-1575 or [email protected]

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