TALK AT TIGER LILY’S: THE FOUR-LEGGED QUESTION
I was with the kids on Thursday. It is all part of my small business growth plan as taught by Goldman Sachs 10-Thousand Small Businesses. Rule on business profit engagement, despite it all MAKE ROOM FOR THE KIDS. Yes they are exactly why we are all doing what it is we do. It is about love and respect for the future. The future is bright so protect it, let it guide you and do it right. That is the Buddha inside me, the other part is Jew.
I had #Nicktheintern start this one:
“Here’s the infamous (to us anyway) coffee table we all been talking about! Like any other day (I don’t know the reference here. Footnote, ask Nick. ) there’s always a heated debate at Tiger Lily’s. So many questions so little answers. The real question is JUNK OR SELL? I am the reporter on this case. Sam, the forever journalist, suggested an interview.
BK SOUNDS OFF:
As seen above BK had a few good reasons to like it, one of which was that it is her vintage find. The majority of the team at Tiger Lily’s where on upside of no. The wife a former President said this quite prophetically, “Never allow a person to tell you no who doesn’t have the power to say yes,” Eleanor Roosevelt.
Now time for the boss lady. Know this my friends, Samantha Knapp is opinionated and has a loud mouth.
NICK INTERVIEWS SAM ON YOUTUBE:
I didn’t trust Nick The Intern with the wrap up. Samantha Knapp for Tiger Lily’s. This is where experience comes in. I am the solo trustee to deliver the hard sell. We’re asking folks to sound off on this Talk @ Tigerlily’s. The Four-Legged Question, Trash or Treasure, Buy or Sell? http://www.tigerlilysgreenwich.com. Speaking of the sell, every good blogs ends with a small one. Thursday is Design On A Dime for Housing Works featuring on partnership with Robert Allen. We are going to be interviewed by House Beautiful. Promise to share. XXOO
There is also my new campaign on #Rockethub. Brian Meece is a colleague at Goldman Sachs 10-Thousand Small Businesses and new friend.
I think that was a strong enough tease into a commerical break. Television, reporting and producing… It is like riding a bike, one push and the pedal spins.