Public Thanks for Dream Team Members Who Can Help You, Too

8:00 am Business Success

I thank the many fabulous people I rely upon and benefit from in ways too countless to mention.  “Google” their names or follow the convenient links so you and your business can benefit, too.

David Wiseman, my fabulous webmaster

Cheri Jones, my patient and detail-attentive book keeper

Chris Falco, my outsourced CFO and CPA from Falco-Sult

Mark Adam Miller, my information technology guru

Karla Chin, a talented graphic designer who created the logo for the Publici-Tea™ Half-Day Workshop, my business cards, and a host of other beautiful, well-branded items to support my service to you

Victoria Vinton, another talented graphic designer who creates flyers, sales collateral, and great looking Authentic Visibility Publicity booklets to support your success — and mine

Michelle Price, who kicked me in the rear to launch a blog, post videos to cyberspace, and get into the social networking arena

Carol Carini, who created ten video vignettes about DIY publicity that are building buzz for my expertise in cyberspace every day based on the Internet TV interview I shared at Zita Gustin’s invitation.

Teresa Moore, founder of Moore Ink, who referred me to the good folks at Seattle Chocolate Company for the opportunity to do work that makes me very proud.

Ben Miller, my Puget Sound Business Journal “Media Savvy” column editor, for the opportunity to share useful information with the readers every month and invite fabulous new engagements such as my relationship with ACG Seattle to my care.

Craig Cross, marketing director for the Seattle Design Center, for the invitation to speak at Third Thursday and the repeat invitation to speak in July of 2009.

Kristen Marie Schuerlein, Sara Harvey Yao, Michele Lisenbury Christensen, Marcia Brixey, Mikelann Valterra, Lorraine Howell, Lori Richardson, Whitney Keyes, Betsy Talbot, Cynthia Flash, Joan Stewart, Susan Harrow, Drew Gerber, Heidi Richard Mooney, Joe Kennedy, Dan Janal, Kathleen Gage, Stacy Karacostas, Kathy Nelson, Rachael Costner, the good folks at The Village Bellevue, and all those equally important but not called out by name for being fabulously supportive, wonderful people in my life and work.

Special thanks and untold appreciation to my husband Steve Juetten who lives and works with me and still says he loves me, too.

Oprah Winfrey says, “Surround yourself with only those who lift you higher.”  In that regard, I consider myself very lucky indeed.

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5 Responses

  1. Kathie Nelson Says:

    Nancy, You rock! I love seeing you walk your talk. I look forward to more adventures in 2009. Happy New Year!

  2. Lori Richardson Says:

    It is an honor to know you and count you as a friend. I love the way you joyfully tell others about people you know and trust – whether they are clients, potential clients, or your “dream team” of alliance and referral partners. You do set a great example for other service providers to follow.

  3. Joe "" Kennedy Says:

    Thank you for the mention Nancy. You have obviously found your calling and have been very successful at helping businesses become known in their backyard and beyond!

  4. Nancy Juetten Says:

    Kathie, Lori, and Joe,

    Thanks for being on my dream team.

    Thanks for everything you do for me and everyone else so we can all be more successful.

    We all need to take care of our “dream teams” and add fabulous new members as we navigate the road ahead.

    It’s going to be interesting in 2009. That is for darn sure.

    Happy New Year.


  5. Michelle Price Says:

    Nancy, I’m so tickled to see you taking the lead with Web 2.0 – you jumped right in and never even looked back. Here’s to the best 2009 you could ever have!

    Create a great YEAR!
    Michelle P.

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