Effective marketing talks went well, thank you to all my supporters

Last week, I presented an Effective Marketing talk, which includes references to the Broken Windows Theory, to the Tomball Rotary Club and the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce. Both talks went very well and, because of those, I’ve received several requests to come and do additional speaking on marketing.

I would like to thank everyone who came to these talks (approximately 320 of you!), promoted them ahead of time by publishing them in their newspapers and websites, promoted them via social media, sent good vibes and prayers, came up before to wish me luck, came up after to tell me how much they enjoyed it, sent cards and emails of congratulations, and helped in some other way (took photos, set-up technology for me,  put-out my materials, etc.).

I’ve also received several emails from business owners and marketing managers telling me how they’ve incorporated the things I spoke about into their organizations and the results they’ve seen from doing so. These emails inspire me and I’m grateful for those who send them.

Thank you again!

– Nicole

Nicole Finkbeiner speaking at the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce.
Nicole Finkbeiner speaking at the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce.
Nicole Finkbeiner speaking at the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce.
Nicole Finkbeiner speaking at the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce.
Nicole Finkbeiner speaking at the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce.
Nicole Finkbeiner speaking at the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce.

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