Guests in studio this week:
Eileen Vierra is the Founder and Chief Creation Officer of her company, Memory Books by Eileen, located in South Bellevue. She is a professional memory bookmaker who also sells supplies and hosts events for people who want to create their own memory books. She has been preserving her own memories for over 40 years and has been in the industry continuously for 18 years. Eileen has worked in many fields since graduating from Santa Clara University with 2 degrees and a credential, from banking to teaching. She and her husband Tony have been married for 30 years and have a 19-year-old son, Ben. She has lived in Bellevue, WA for 16 years. She likes playing board & card games, & attending MLB baseball games. Her key to success is Passion, Persistence, and Perseverance. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Eileen talks about the importance of memory books. Listen to Eileen’s segment.
Tracey Warren believes the community is the key to success in life and business. As a community creator and connector, Nurture Your Network was exactly the right business for her to open! Every day, she gets to connect with and support women in business – hands-on! And, it’s so much more than that! She is a rabid supporter and a loving truthteller. She’s excited to cheer you on when you are successful and encourage you when you need a gentle nudge. Most days, you will likely find her quoting some random movie line or breaking into song based on our conversation – or laughing out loud at something she found funny! Ultimately, she believes we are better together, and coworking is just one part of that! In today’s The Money Hour segment, Tracey talks about how Facebook doesn’t have to be pay to play. Listen to Tracey’s segment.
Jana Riggan is the owner of Newcastle Life magazine, a neighborhood publication that helps connects the community by featuring stories on the kids, families, pets, homes, and more. In the greater Seattle area, there are 17 publications reaching some of the more affluent communities in the area. Prior to owning Newcastle Life, Jana helped private schools with their marketing and fundraising. One of her schools was an advertiser in her magazine, and she loved being able to be part of her ideal community in a very unique way. Jana lives in the greater Seattle area with her 10-year old son, husband, and a couple of pets. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Jana talks about building relationships to market your business. Listen to Jana’s segment.