Category Archives: Press

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Highs and lows of Canucks playoffs: Interview with Kiah and Tara Jean

Wow – talk about how things just come together… I’ll have to post later about the back story on this interview with Kiah and Tara Jean on their show on Virgin 95.3.

For now, here’s the clip posted on Tara Jean’s blog.

I’d love to hear your thoughts.

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Live on the air…

I had the treat of being interviewed by Caroline MacGillivray of Beauty Night Society on her radio show “Sexy in VanCity”. She had seen my presentation on “Putting the ‘I’ back in Team” and thought it was a timely topic for Valentines Day. We talked about how to put the ‘I’ back into the relational team as well as communication, dealing with singlehood, keeping your sex life alive and other fun relationship things. You can have a listen here.

I must admit it was my first time on a radio show and was pretty exciting. I was nervous beforehand and hoped that I wouldn’t run out of things to say – and that what I did say made sense. I’d love to hear your feedback!

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We’re in the news with BBOT

I recently joined the Burnaby Board of Trade and had a booth at their Business to Business tradeshow. I am so tickled that they chose to interview me for their follow up article in the Burnaby NOW as well as feature me on their business blog. The writer, Heather, approached me and said that it was a new feature on the blog and she only had a sample of the first post which was about Price-Waterhouse Coopers. Did I mind following them? Um, no problem!

Here is a link to the Burnaby Board of Trade blog and here is the clip from the article where  Divafish Communications was featured in the Burnaby Now

I was looking for a business association that had a strong reputation as being pro-membership, positive and held regular events to connect members. What I like about the Burnaby Board of Trade is that they are a proactive association that provides outstanding service to their membership as well as cross promotes business opportunities between members.

What business associations do you belong to and what has worked well?