Welcome to BBC Friday 7 October 2022
Business Problem Solving Strategy Roundtable
From Seeing To Creativity: What solutions can you imagine for your clients or customers? What changes can you foresee happening? Bill Ruddick will briefly walk us through the steps in seeing, thinking, and visualizing – leading to creativity and problem solving.
Be here, be free, be businesswise. For, in a sense, me hearties, as serial entrepreneurials, we all be business wise!
Exciting BBC Notices, News, Events
7 October, 5:30-8:00, First Friday Art Walk. This Friday at the art walk, BBC regular & OfficeXpats member Rosette Gault will have an exhibit at Realogics-Sothebys (rsir.com) – 240 Winslow Way East. Her show will also run daily October 7-31, 9:00-5:00. More info: rosettegault.com/exhibition-2022. See also artseedbooks.com/realm.
Visit the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial. This past August, the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial Association announced the completion of the installation of interpretive artwork on the Departure Deck at the Memorial, bijaema.org. The memorial was opened to the public on 30 July 2011 and is located at Pritchard Park, 4192 Eagle Harbor Drive. It is always open. (facebook.com/BIJAEM/)
Bainbridge Island Climate Action: BBC Climate Action Meeting Notes. Related COBI Links: bainbridgewa.gov/climateaction & bainbridgewa.gov/Zero-Waste. Share the challenge with your friends and business associates: ClimateSmartBainbridge.org.
Bike For Breath: OfficeXpats authors Paula & Lorenz continue their journeying down the U.S. west coast and beyond on their “Bike & Book Tour”; you can follow them (interactive progress map) at bike4breath.com/bike-and-book-tour/. FB page: facebook.com/paula.holmeseber. Cool PDF PressRelease.
Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club. Contact: Louis Alloin, 206-780-6885, [email protected]. FWARC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) seeking community support for a number of local projects. WWII Navy Mindsweeper USS Gayety (AM-239) Bainbridge Museum Ship project (Flyer_pdf).
Compass & Clock e-newsletter is available, and it’s free! “Navigating life today to remain independent tomorrow.” compassandclock.com