BBC Friday 1 March 2013 – 1st “Think Club” Strategy Roundtable

This BBC Friday Bill Ruddick will lead our first “Think Club” Strategy Roundtable session.

This BBC Friday we will try out our first “Think Club” strategy roundtable. So bring your head, brains, and creative intuitions with you.

Think Club Resources: Link to “Think Club Bibliography” available through google docs (pdf doc) Think Club Bibliography. And for those who missed it, here’s Bill Ruddick’s original “Think Club” presentation from BBC Friday 15 February (pdf doc) Think Club Presentation.

Note: before this Friday it might be helpful to review the “Think Club Presentation” one more time.

Think About It.

So invite your friends and associates to join us for this exciting BBC event — and another delicious cup of BBC!

BBC @ OfficeXpats – 403 Madison Avenue N, Bainbridge Island, Upstairs At the Pavilion

7:30-8:00 coffee/tea, visiting, informal networking
8:00-8:45 BBC “Think Club” – with Bill Ruddick
8:45-9:00 more networking, sharing, visiting

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BBC Regulars Upcoming Events

February Chamber After Hours, Thursday, Feb. 28, 5:30 – 7:00 PM
Schmidt’s Home Appliances hosts this month’s event, complete with cooking demonstrations. Come to nosh and network. Free event, no reservations necessary. The public is welcome. Info at:

Upcoming March 2013 – OfficeXpats Tuesday@Noon Workshops: “Speaking And Presenting To Build Business”
The fear of public speaking in is legendary. Overcoming or dealing with the fear, and honing your presentation skills to a level that allows you to promote your business or your career, can open doors and build your professional credibility. The Tuesdays@noon in March explore this powerful skillset, including how visuals and technology support your message. Details & registration at:
March 5: “Using professional speaking skills to increase business, create new opportunities and be authentically in service to others,” with Bob Linz, Interlifeconversations.
March 12: “How to create good visuals in a slide show (e.g. Powerpoint),”  with Laurel Wilson, TEDx organizer and designer, Arcstudio.
March 19: “Strategic Storytelling,with Mary Anne Moorman, aka Auntmama.
March 26: “The nuts and bolts of creating a Powerpoint presentation,” with Mickey Molnaire, of Molnaire and Associates.

March Chamber Breakfast, Fri., Mar. 8, 7:30 – 9:00 AM, IslandWood
Susan M. R. Johnson, Region Ten Director, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will speak about the new federal healthcare law. Sign up online:

Get set for the 2013 Home & Business Show: Bainbridge Island Home & Busness Expo, Saturday, March 23, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. 10 x 10 vendor booth $250. Applications & online sign up coming soon. Sponsorships available. Contact the Chamber at 206-842-3700 or [email protected].

Chamber Business Directory 2013 Now Available: Also available in a limited number of print copies –

BBC Related Links

Chamber Of Commerce
Bainbridge Island Downtown Association
Accelerate Kitsap – Business Mentoring
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