March 2017 Chapter Meeting Event

  • 2017-03-27
  • 6:15 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Olympic Collection, 11301 Olympic Blvd, LA 90064

March Chapter Meeting

Monday, March 27, 2017

6:15 PM - 8:30 PM

The Myth of Competition 

Guest Speaker:  Tieko Nejon 

If honesty had a voice then it would say that we struggle, not with FEAR alone, but the fear of being beat.  We succumb to the idea of being outdone by our competition. Does this competition even exist?  I do not believe so.  So how do I define my space and eliminate the competition in a crowd of people that do the same or similar thing? 

Together we will unravel the myth of competition by:

  • Labeling our own uniqueness
  • Define our own wins
  • Gather our own tribe of believers
  • Creating repetitive success

We will expose the truth about competition, showing that there really is none so standing out is easier than you think!

Tieko is the founder and lead strategist of Tieko Nejon, a boutique Brand Strategy Firm.  TN partners with Small Business startups and start overs to define their niche and build a Brand that communicates their unique specialty to their ideal consumer.  Her motto is “Build a brand just by doing YOU”.  With over a decade of entrepreneurial experience she is able to support the needs of her clients, providing services that include Brand strategy, graphic design, and business education.  Truth be told, this information as well as services can be found starting with Google search but the diversion for her clients begins with building on the DNA of their own personality, personal style and unique stories.  That is the core of Tieko’s approach and as a result, her client’s success.

 The Opportunity Drawing continues at the March chapter meeting! For every $5 donation to the chapter, you will be entered to win An Hour with an Organizer: Nancy Meck!

Nancy Meck was raised in New Smyrna Beach, FL and attended the University of Florida before earning her Master's Degree from the University of California at Los Angeles. Following an extended stay in L.A., Meck moved to Atlanta in 2004 and continued managing busy hospital research departments, as she had done for the past decade. Three years later, Meck Organizing was launched to apply Meck’s savvy organizational and productivity skills to helping people in other medical offices, other industries, their homes, and their lives in general. 

Meck Organizing is a professional organizing company dedicated to helping clients get more joy and productivity out of every day through streamlining systems, finishing tasks, and just plain getting things done. 

On-site services provided to residential and business clients in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and other cities upon request. Virtual coaching and support provided anywhere with phone and Internet connection.

Sessions are tailored to meet clients' needs, interests, and abilities. Popular services include:

  • Home and business office organization
  • Moves and remodels
  • Estate/house management
  • Task management/productivity systems
  • Clutter control
  • Maximizing use of space in storage rooms, closets, and other areas
  • Streamlining paper file/reference systems
  • Maintaining financial and medical information
  • Research, correspondence and document creation
  • Categorizing and displaying memorabilia
  • Personal support for a variety of to-do’s

Cash, check, and credit card donations are accepted. Multiple donations (and chances to win!) are HIGHLY encouraged! The drawing will take place at the end of the meeting and you must be present to win. Good luck!

Olympic Collection

11301 Olympic Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA  90064

At the corner Olympic &

Sawtelle Blvds, Los Angeles

(Century Ballroom, 2nd floor)

Registration: 6 pm; meeting 6:15–8:30 pm  
Guests/Visitors, $15 • Parking available under building, $7

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