Level up!

You know the drill. You’ve spent a few years establishing a business, devising systems and workflows, worked through pivots, and have begun generating enough revenue to keep things chugging along. Now you want (or need!) to grow, and you keep butting your head against a wall as you are scrambling to put out daily fires and stay focused through constant distractions. Luckily I have the perfect remedy, you need to inject some growth and take things to the next level! Luckily, Freelancer’s Union is on your side.

Freelancer’s Union is a nonprofit based out of NYC that provides insurance and educational resources for freelance and independent workers around the country. You can keep up to date on the most current topics and cities provided by Spark here: freelancersunion.org/spark.

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The tax man cometh

Every year, professionals and freelancers feel the crunch of Tax Time. Without fail, the Freelancer’s Union tax workshop draws the biggest classes, the most discussion, and the most confusion!

That’s why I brought in local CPA superstar Teresa Herrin to field the nitty gritty tax questions brought up by Seattle’s finest freelancers. Teresa was a fountain of knowledge throughout the night! I highly recommend her to address your tax time woes, connect with her on LinkedIn.

Freelancer’s Union is a nonprofit based out of NYC that provides insurance and educational resources for freelance and independent workers around the country. You can keep up to date on the most current topics and cities provided by Spark here: freelancersunion.org/spark.

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Creating client funnels and pipelines

For the last year, I’ve been leading monthly classes for independent workers and professionals in the Seattle area. I decided to start recapping the events, so come back every month to hear what we’ve been doing for Freelancer’s Union Spark: Seattle edition!

Freelancer’s Union is a nonprofit based out of NYC that provides insurance and educational resources for freelance and independent workers around the country. You can keep up to date on the most current topics and cities provided by Spark here: freelancersunion.org/spark.
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Creating the New Washington Cannabis Industry pt. 3

It was a quiet Sunday morning as attendees came into WeWork Seattle. Mundane conversations mixed with the smell of fresh coffee and while energy was low, spirits were high as organizers lead teams into the final day of GrassRoots Hackathon.
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Creating the New Washington Cannabis Industry pt. 2

Day 2 of GrassRoots Hackathon exploded into the beautiful spaces of WeWork Seattle (wework.com/seattle). Teams quickly set to obliterating every possible surface with Post-Its, while the furious click-clackity of keyboard driven brainstorms persisted throughout the day. Continue reading “Creating the New Washington Cannabis Industry pt. 2”

Creating the New Washington Cannabis Industry pt. 1

I have the pleasant opportunity to be a co-organizer of GrassRoots Hackathon, Seattle’s first cannabis technology hackathon.

Day 1 of GrassRoots Hackathon kicked off as entrepreneurs, technology experts, and industry leaders descended on WeWork Seattle to shake hands and discuss the rapidly growing, and changing, cannabis industry in Washington State. You can follow the live coverage of our event using #GRH2015. Continue reading “Creating the New Washington Cannabis Industry pt. 1”