Daring Leadership with Dr. Charletta Wilson

Daring Leadership with Dr. Charletta Wilson

Daring Leadership with Dr. Charletta Wilson

This week on the Team Lally Radio show, our special guest is is Dr. Charletta Wilson, the founder of CaPeesh Consulting. She tells the story of how her life of traveling led to her current field of industrial and organizational psychology. She talks about the various ways she is able to help companies’ organizational effectiveness through leadership consulting, executive coaching and team building.

 

Who is Dr. Charletta Wilson?

Dr. Charletta Wilson grew up in Okinawa, Japan from when she was 10, but returned to the US to finish high school.  She married years later and  traveled the world with her husband through his active duty military career, and made Hawaii home after spending nearly 12 years on Oahu.

She is an industrial and organizational psychologist by trade andI shares her gifts through consulting around leadership, executive coaching and teaching graduate/undergraduate college courses.  She is the founder of CaPeesh Consulting, a Hawaii-based leader development firm.

 

To reach Dr. Charletta Wilson you may contact her in the following ways:
Email: char@capeeshconsulting.com
Website: www.capeeshconsulting.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/capeeshconsulting/
Life Impressions Hawaii with Denise Amrich and Nick Houser

Life Impressions Hawaii with Denise Amrich and Nick Houser

 

Joining Team Lally in this episode are Denise Amrich and Nick Houser, owners of Life Impressions Hawaii. Denise and Nick tell the story of how they partnered up in business to start Life Impressions Hawaii.  They walk us through the process of guiding clients to help build their brand and also the various products and services they offer.

 

Who is Denise Amrich & Nick Houser?

Denise grew up in Mililani and currently resides in Makakilo.  She was a realtor for 10 years before focusing more on her current businesses. She is also a Graphic Designer & Certified Branding Specialist.

Nick grew up in Colorado before moving to Hawaii at the age of 21 to finish his studies. He was heavily involved with a local church who help him setup his move to Hawaii.  He partnered with Denise to start up Life Impressions Hawaii.

Denise and Nick are the owners of Life Impressions Hawaii – a screen printing, laser engraving and business promotional company. They do custom shirts, engraving gifts , corporate gifts & trade show items.

 

To reach Denise and Nick you may contact them in the following ways:

Phone:  (808) 476-5800
Email:  LifeImpressionshi@gmail.com
Website:  lifeimpressionshi.com

Financial Solutions for Federal Employees with Byron Tucker

Financial Solutions for Federal Employees with Byron Tucker

Our guest in this episode is Byron Tucker of American Benefits Exchange. Byron was originally from Ventura, California and currently lives in Austin, Texas. He earned his Bachelor of Science from California State University, Northridge in 1993. He has worked in the mortgage and loan industry since 2005 and is currently an Independent Insurance Agent at American Benefits Exchange, providing financial and insurance solutions to federal, postal and state employees as well as members of the United States Armed Forces.

He talks about his company and how their CEO saw the lack of insurance and retirement plans to federal employees. His company, the core of American Benefits Exchange business is derived from a variety of individually underwritten insurance products. American Benefits Exchange specializes in providing solid financial solutions to Federal, postal and state employees as well as members of the United States Armed Forces and small businesses. American Benefits Exchange brings years of experience and expert knowledge to support these niche markets.

 

Who is Byron Tucker?
 
Bryon Tucker is an Independent Insurance Agent at American Benefits Exchange. He was originally from Ventura, California and currently lives in Austin, Texas. He earned his Bachelor of Science from California State University, Northridge in 1993.
 
To reach Byron, you can contact him in the following ways:  
 
Phone: 808-224-6309
5 Home-Selling Myths You Need to Stop Believing Immediately

5 Home-Selling Myths You Need to Stop Believing Immediately

 There are five home-selling myths that you need to stop believing if you’re thinking of putting your home on the market soon.

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If you’re thinking of putting your home on the market, here are five home-selling misconceptions that you shouldn’t believe:

1. Selling your home on your own is easy. There’s more to selling your home than sticking a “For Sale” sign in your yard. Also, homeowners who try selling their own home tend to overprice it because they’re too emotionally attached to it.

When you hire a professional, they can advise you about what it’s going to take to truly maximize your sale price. 89% of all homes are sold by Realtors, so if you hire a good Realtor, they’ll earn their fee. In the end, it’s not about saving money on commissions, but about making the most amount of money from your home sale. Plus, we Realtors can screen the buyers coming through your house while it’s on the market and make sure they’re pre-approved.

2. Sellers know best what their home is worth. A lot of sellers prefer to price their home based on what they’d like to net from its sale. Ask yourself, though: When you were buying your home, did you ever think about what the seller needed to net from the sale? Of course not—buyers don’t care about that sort of thing.

“89% of all homes are sold by Realtors, so if you hire a good Realtor, they’ll earn their fee.”

3. It’s fine to sell your home as is. The market is shifting, so your home needs to be in perfect condition to attract buyers and sell for top dollar.

4. Your home needs major remodeling before you list it. In reality, there’s no need for an overhaul. You just need to focus on decluttering, depersonalizing, and giving the home a good, deep cleaning.

5. The best time to sell is during the spring. This myth is especially untrue here in Hawaii, where our weather is beautiful year-round. As long as you price your home properly, present it properly, and you have a team of professionals working for you to market it properly, any time of the year is the best time to sell.

As always, if you have any other questions about this or any other real estate topic, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’d love to help you.

 

Cupcakes Are the Key to Happiness—Grumps Hate Them

Order Your Cupcakes

 

Today we want to talk to you about cupcakes.

We give away gourmet cupcakes every year around this time. These cupcakes are made from scratch with a delicious cream cheese topping, just in time for the Valentine holiday with your loved one.
 
Your cupcakes will be available for pickup at our office the day before Valentine’s Day, and you can take full credit for the cupcakes. We won’t tell.

Now you’re asking yourself, “How do I get these cupcakes?” Well, if you’re one of our awesome clients, all you have to do is click here and fill in your information.

To sweeten the deal, the first 20 people to post a picture of their cupcakes on Team Lally’s Facebook page or Instagram with the hash tag #teamlally will win a $10 Starbucks gift card! 

If you have any other questions for us, don’t hesitate to reach out. We look forward to seeing you soon! Thanks and aloha!


Coalition for Affordable Hawaii

Coalition for Affordable Hawaii

 

Our guest today is a retired Marine of nearly 30 years. He served as pilot of Marine One under several presidents and was an executive with the state Department of Education. He recently served as the President and CEO of Pacific Historic Pacific Parks, and was the former superintendent, office of school facilities and support services for the Hawaii Dept. of Education. He is also a member of the Affordable Hawaii Coalition and is here today to talk about a proposed constitutional amendment to be voted on in November’s General Election, please welcome our guest today, Ray L’Heureux.