Cinnamon Sparks is a facilitation services company working with business owners and non-profit leaders whose most valuable commodity is time.
As a passionate facilitator who loves to help my clients look at challenges and opportunities differently, I am forever on the hunt for new techniques and sage advice to help them serve their customers and communities more effectively. "Let the Sparks Fly!" is a place for me to share that inspiration.
I hope "Let the Sparks Fly!" will provide an easy way to explore essential topics while offering a spark of inspiration along the way.
Build Your Brand With Video
Christian Rumscheidt, a self-described "technologist" whose company specializes in applying client strategy to design and relevant technology, joins me for a fun conversation and offers several practical ways to use video in brand building.
The Precious Present
Staying in the present moment takes practice, and we all need simple techniques to get back to that productive space. My guest, Barbara Morrison, teaches us easy ways to calm nerves and energize the mind that will help you stay in the “precious present!”
Inner Voices: How to Work that Conversation
As a small business owner, moving forward is a must. Join Molly McCormick and me on this episode of "Let the Sparks Fly!" as she offers techniques to break free of opposing voices, quiet the chorus inside your head, and keep you in motion toward your goals.
The Customer Communication Formula
Charlotte Purvis, author of "The Customer Communication Formula," and I explore her 20 years of experience in helping corporate, campus, community, and church organizations boost their customer service brands. Charlotte offers practical advice for leaders, business owners, and non-profit organizations interested in improving their customer service approach.
What a Difference a Year Makes
Today we explore the ups and downs leading to the lessons learned over year one of building a service business from the ground up.
Better Meetings = Better Decisions
Today we think through how to prepare for and organize meetings to produce better and more timely business decisions.