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Mayumi Nakamura Completes Her Term

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Today was the last meeting which Mayumi Nakamura, President of PSPINC, run the meeting. She is the president of Seattle Executives Association since July 1 to the end of the year. Tomorrow, she will be hoisting the last board of director meeting at PSPINC in Bellevue.
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Rowland Studio

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Bruce Johnson was taking photos for 2016 Seattle Execs. handbook.
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Member Trivia

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Member Trivia
Mayumi Nakamura, President of Seattle Executives Association, is visiting member companies. Sh already has visited over 85% of all the member companies.

Today she visited one company that represents MOVING and STORAGE classification in the association. Can you name who the ember is?

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CROWN MOVING CO., INC.
1071 Andover Park West, Seattle, WA 98188
www.crownmoving.com

Did you know the company?

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Seattle Represents at International Exec

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Seattle Execs made a great showing earlier this month at the 2015 International Executives Association Leadership Conference in Las Vegas. IEA President, Lisa Woodstock of Woodstock Media Group, welcomed over eighty delegates from Execs chapters across the country and Canada Tuesday morning and supporting her was George Vestal of McDonald Employment Services, one of the IEA Board Members.

Two of the conference sessions featured speakers were Adam Broetje of Odd Dog Media who talked about online Marketing for Local Business and John Backstrom of Skyline PacificNorthwest who address Effective Tradeshow Strategies.

Delegates also included Patricia Bennett of PC Bennett Solutions (also a conference sponsor!), Tom Broetje of CFO Selections, Mayumi Nakamura of Pacific Software Publishing and SEA Executive Director, Melissa Bell .

In addition to networking and educational breakout sessions, the conference program included two motivational speakers. Johnny Campbell, The Transition Man, spoke about The 21st Century Leader and John Coyle, former Olympic silver medalist winner shared his experiences in learning How to Unwind Cognitive Time and Live Forever.

Next year’s conference will be in San Francisco, sponsored by the Executives Association of San Francisco. They will be celebrating their 100th Anniversary and the conference theme will be The Power of Networking Past & Present. This will be another opportunity to show Seattle’s strength and support. If you’re interested in more conference details contact Lisa Woodstock or Melissa…California Here We Come!
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José Gaitàn Addresses SEA

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Guest speaker J... Guest speaker José Gaitàn with SEA President Mayumi Nakamura and Ralph Bruksos
At our October 14 luncheon, SEA welcomed José Gaitàn as a speaker. He spoke about the "Power of Pebbles".

As we heard, José had a upbringing that was dotted with incredible family challenges. He was able to rise above his situation through the benevolence of many individuals. It was their interest in caring that made a difference in his life.

He compared their caring to ripples in a pond. Each pebble of caring in his life rippled out and caused other ripples to develop to change his life. He asked Execs to cast out their own pebbles and see how the ripples make a difference in other’s lives.

Thank you Ralph Bruksos of Training Consultants Company for introducing José to Execs. All in the room with never forget his personal story and how important ripples are.
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Bruce Johnson Photographs USAG

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Our own Bruce Johnson of Rowland Studio photographed US Attorney General Loretta Lynch during her recent visit in September. An Exec hobnobbing with the highest level government official!
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Congratulations Rick Locke

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Pictured left to right - Brian Q... Pictured left to right - Brian Quint, Rick Locke & Ed Shinbo
Congratulations Rick Locke, President of Windows, Doors & More. He finished his "Fast Track" and received his membership plaque at our October 7 luncheon. His mentor was Ed Shinbo of Acacia Florist and his sponsor was Brian Quint of Aqua Quip Pool & Spa.

Rick is our contact for Windows & Doors: New & Replacement.
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Great Photo from October 5, 1927

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Seattle Executives Association was established in 1917. It was called the "One Hundred Percent Club" at that time. Here is a great photo from a luncheon on October 5, 1927.
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Dr. Daniel Walsh Finishes Fast Track

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Congratulations Dan Walsh, Doctor of Chiropractic with Graham Rehabilitation and Wellness Center. He finished his Fast Track and received his membership plaque at our August 19 luncheon. His mentor was Ed Shinbo of Acacia Florist.
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Ralph Bruksos Speaks about the "Why"

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Ralph Bruksos of Training Consultants Company spoke at our August 19 luncheon. Execs honored the impact of his speech with a standing ovation.

Citing Viktor Frankl from his book Man's Search for Meaning: “Those who have a 'why' to live, can bear with almost any 'how'.” Ralph spoke about the power of the "why" and his guests were an example of its power.

John and Marcia Dalton are the children of Jack Dalton. Ralph met Jack Dalton in the early 60's when Jack was serving time at Walla Walla State Penitentiary. Upon his return to Seattle, he recognized his "why" - the need for a community resource that provides housing, employment and treatment for individuals with chemical dependency issues and criminal records. The social enterprise known as Pioneer Human Services was born in 1963 and continues to rebuild lives today. In attendance was the current of Chief Executive Officer of Pioneer Human Services Karen Lee.

Don Bennett lost his leg to a propeller on a boating accident. Don however remained active. He became the first amputee to climb Mt. Rainier on crutches. Don also created amputee soccer. Why - because he wanted to help other amputees achieve the highest level of skill and performance especially those who fell victim to land mines in Central America.

Thank you Ralph and your guests for your inspirational stories.
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