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IN BUSINESS 2019 A Supplement to the Whidbey News-Times & South Whidbey Record

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IN BUSINESS 2019 Sandra Menashe Broker, Realtor

770 NE Midway Boulevard, Oak Harbor WA 98277 P: 360-675-0733 www.ChicagoTitleNW.com

With over 100 years of combined Real Estate, Lending, Title and Escrow experience, we have the knowledge and expertise to handle any type of Real Estate transaction. We would like to congratulate all of the Whidbey Island Women in Business on your accomplishments, and wish you continued success!

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Whidbey Island has been my home for 43 years, and each year I appreciate it more and more. We live in a vibrant community, and surrounded by nature and beauty. Who could ask for more. With 35 years experience selling Real Estate with Dalton Realty, I take pride knowing I have helped my clients find just the right place, and make the right choices to have their homes sell. The biggest complement is when they refer me to their friends and family, that is when I know I did something right. I have consistently been among the top sellers in my office, and I attribute this success to listening, and really hearing what you have to say, being enthusiastic, and going the extra distance. Experience and knowledge has helped, and the willingness to work hard. You have someone you can trust to work for you. I love giving back to this special community whenever able especially through Hearts and Hammers. Let me help you when you are ready.

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Shelli Trumbull CIC, ACSR Insurance Agent

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Born and raised on Whidbey Island, with Dutch roots dating back decades, Tina Provoncha has an extensive knowledge of the community, its different areas and neighborhoods. That, combined with her real-estate knowhow, she helps make the home-buying and selling processes stress-free and positive. “Listening to my clients, getting them in to their dream home, or out of their home quickly so they can move on to the next, is the thrill of my job,” said Tina. “I find the whole proces fun and I always like a good challenge. This isn’t just a career for me, it’s my livelihood and I believe that makes the difference when selecting someone to represent you in any of your transactions in life – especially real estate.” Call or email Tina today. She’s always happy to answer questions and help with all of your real estate needs.

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Shelli is a Certified Insurance Couselor with over 30 years experience in the insurance industry. She can help you with home, auto, motorcycle, rental home, and umbrella coverage. With access to a many different insurance companies, she can personalize your policies to your needs. Shelli is a broker for the Washington Healthplan Finder and can assist you with your personal health insurance needs. She also works with large and small businesses to provide tailored policies to include property, liability, bonds, equipment, commercial auto, and employee benefits. Insurance can be confusing. Shelli and Leavitt Group Northwest can translate insurance to English. Call or stop by the office when you need a local, experienced, professional insurance agent.

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J. Johnson Insurance LLC | 1635 Main Street Suite A7 Freeland, WA 98249 360-341-1848 | jjinsure@whidbey.com

Specializing in Health and Life Insurance Naomi is an Island Native who has a passion for providing clients with guidance while navigating the complex insurance marketplace. Naomi has built a stellar reputation as a trusted agent and advisor through extensive experience and a high level of service. Naomi is licensed and holds a bachelor’s degree in Human Services. Naomi enjoys spending time with her family, baking, volunteering and is a big movie fan.

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Naomi DeMartini Medicare Including Medicare Supplements, Owner/Agent

Advantage Plans and Prescription Drug Plans.

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Medical, Dental and Vision Plans Direct and through The Washington Health Plan Finder.

Employer Group Plans

Kim Martin

Independant Agent

Kim has been providing clients with solutions to their insurance questions for the past three years and she has been an exceptional part of our team. Kim is taking on an expanded role as an agent. She will bring her experience and highlevel of service to representing individual and family plans, direct and through the Washington Health Plan Finder, along with small employer group plans. Kim has been on the island for 15 years. She enjoys spending time with her family and is an avid hockey fan. Kim is licensed and holds an Associates of Arts and Associates in Criminal Justice.

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Kim jjins.kim@whidbey.com

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IN BUSINESS 2019 Sharon Boyle

John L. Scott Real Estate

Kim Kramer

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Hours: Tuesday - Friday by appointment only. I am Julie, owner and licensed Esthetician at One Lash Thing. My office is located in my home town of Oak Harbor. I love my community and how much support I have here. January 2020 will be 7 years in business. The first 2 years I won Best of Whidbey, and the years following have been runner up or top 4. It’s always an honor that i am shown so much love each year during this time. I became licensed in 2008 and in 2010 I left for Utah and received continued education in advanced master esthetics. I specialize in high quality eyelash extensions, full service body waxing, lash lifts, and lash and brow tinting.

I am honored to work on so many returning clients and continue to grow myself and business even further as each year passes.

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Kathy Craven • Craven Insurance

Craven Insurance, family run personal and commercial insurance since 1955. For a personal interview with Kathy Craven, Home, Auto and Boat; or Bob Craven, Commercial Business and Bonds — just call 360-341-7200.

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“Sharon was wonderful from start to finish with negotiations, organization and communication. She is on top of all aspects.”

Clinton Office: (360) 341-7200 Toll Free: 1 (800) 494-7200

YOUR LOCAL EXPERT I am a lifelong Whidbey Island resident with strong local connections and an extensive background in residential construction and land development. As a Seller Representative, my listings are distinguishable and attract attention. As a Buyer’s Representative, I listen to your wants and needs to find the perfect property, I am a tough negotiator and will be your trusted advisor throughout the entire process. Contact me and I will put the power of Windermere to work for you.

Dana Hezel Broker/Realtor® Luxury Portfolio International

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I pride myself on high quality products and genuine service. I fully believe in quality over quantity. Each service I perform is based on each individual and their specific needs. I am very meticulous and extremely hard working. I want my clients to feel satisfied with their time and investments.

“Information and knowledge of the market, process and local sources for home related services.... all this with a friendly helpful attitude... Sharon was always on top of things sharonboyle@windermere.com and willing to go the extra mile.”

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Kim has been a licensed Real Estate Professional since 1992 and until this year, Kim served as an elected officer for 10 years for The Whidbey Island Association of Realtors. Kim has had the pleasure of helping hundreds of families and individuals realize their Whidbey Dream and is thrilled to be associated with the dynamic John L. Scott team on the waterfront in Langley. Kim was honored to by awarded Realtor of The Year in 2014. Kim and her husband, Ken raised their five children on South Whidbey. When she is not consulting with clients or showing property, she really enjoys spending time with her family, including nine young grandchildren. Kim looks forward to helping you and your loved ones realize your Whidbey dream!

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Our Freeland office provides consistent professional service. We are proud of the enthusiasm they convey to their customers. Feel free to stop by and say hello to Heather, Cat and Christa

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At Whidbey Island Bank, we recognize the potential in your business and value your entrepreneurial spirit.

Vicky Hassrick, co-owner of Matt’s Import Haven, is the glue that binds all aspects of the business together. After 26+ years at the shop, she still loves coming to work every day, “I am so grateful we have such wonderful, loyal customers and that I get to work with an outstanding team of people. I’m looking forward to what the next 26 years will bring!” Megan Helgeson, Service Advisor, provides our customers with excellent service, helping to make their time at Matt’s Import Haven a 5 star experience. Her warmth and humor are infectious. Megan will be on sabbatical in the near future: She is expecting TWINS! Fun fact: Megan’s babies will be the second set of twins in the Matt’s Import Haven work family. Vicky and Megan together help Matt’s Import Haven run smoothly, like a fine tune automobile!

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IN BUSINESS 2019

The traits of good leaders and how you can gain skills for success on any career path

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uccessful leaders have the skills to guide organizations on the right path. Such men and women are often the first up for promotions, and routinely relied on for critical projects. Solidifying your own leadership qualities can be just what you need to land a great job and start climbing the corporate ladder.

Good leaders often share a key array of skills. The following are some of the qualities that make strong workplace leaders:

Communication

Being able to communicate effectively with all of the people in your work environment and beyond is one of the most essential leadership skills you can possess. Honest communication can build trust and being open to feedback can ensure that everyone is working toward a common goal. Effectively communicating means knowing when to speak and when to listen.

Self-management

It can be challenging to manage or oversee others if you can’t effectively take charge of your own tasks. Being able to self-manage involves gaining control and prioritizing goals and actions. However, it also extends to being able to manage emotions, recognize weaknesses and strengths and focus attention where it’s needed.

Integrity

Great leaders are trusted by others. Consistently

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acting with decorum and respect and delivering on your promises will inspire others to trust you. Stick to your core beliefs and values.

Confidence

Effective leaders have the confidence to make decisions and stand by them. Note that there is a fine line between assertive confidence and being boastful or cocky. It may take a little while to develop the right balance that encourages others to

support your efforts.

Delegation

Delegating tasks is not a sign of weakness. In fact, it is a quality consistently found in strong leaders. Being able to delegate means you have the confidence in others to share responsibilities based on their skill sets. Delegating also promotes teamwork and lets others know you’re not afraid to share success.

Accountability

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just like everyone else. Owning your mistakes like you own accomplishments is a good trait to have. Placing blame elsewhere when it’s not warranted can diminish others’ trust in you, while taking blame when it’s due will only increase that trust in you. Leadership skills are valued in all walks of life. Honing such skills can benefit professionals as they look to accomplish their goals and advance their careers.


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Learn effective ways to alleviate stress to avoid burnout Stress affects everyone at some point in their lives and does not discriminate based on gender, nationality, ethnicity, economic status, or age. The American Institute of Stress says jobrelated stress costs businesses millions of dollars each year due to unanticipated absences. In fact, work is the foremost source of stress for many adults. Although not all stress is bad and stress responses can motivate people to perform more effectively, repeated stress is a problem. The National Institute of Mental Health says routine stress that becomes chronic can suppress immune system functions, disrupt digestion, adversely affect sleep, and cause abnormal changes in reproductive systems. People who have chronic stress are often prone to frequent and severe viral infections, like colds and the flu. Repetitive stress may be the most difficult to recognize because it often becomes a part of daily life. Managing stress and anxiety involves finding techniques that work for each individual. While not every

approach works for everyone, the following are five effective means to managing stress. 1. Exercise: The American Psychological Association says research continues to confirm the benefits of exercise in regard to combatting stress. Regular exercise has long-term benefits, but even a 20-minute exercise session during a stressful time can produce an immediate effect that lasts a few hours. 2. Deep breathing: Mindful breathing can be effective and only takes 10 minutes. Men and women battling stress can sit in a comfortable position with their eyes closed and imagine themselves in a relaxing place while slowly breathing in and out. 3. Take a break: Removing oneself from a stressful situation for a little while can be helpful. A brief break of 15 to 20 minutes can provide a sense of calm. 4. Cognitive-behavioral therapy: Harvard Medical School defines cognitivebehavioral therapy, or CBT, as a process of changing unhealthy thinking in order to change emotions.

Prolonged stress can take a toll on the body. 5. Support network: Therapists will identify negative thinking patterns Simply having someone to and help patients learn to talk to can help tame stress. automatically replace them People should surround with healthy or positive themselves with others they trust who are good listeners. thoughts. These can be friends, fam-

ily members or professional therapists. Talking oneself through stressful situations can provide relief. Stress is a growing problem that can adversely affect one’s health in various ways.

Relieving stress involves identifying the stressor and taking a proactive approach before symptoms of stress worsen.

Many notable women have helped to influence history Women continue to blaze trails in the 21st century, influencing world events, politics and businesses near and far. In the United States, more women were elected to Congress in 2018 than in any other point in history. In 1916, Jeannette Rankin became the first woman to hold a seat in the House of Representatives, and today there are 110 women serving in Congress. And such progress is not exclusive to the United States. The World Economic Forum says 56 of the 146 nations studied have had a female head of government in the past 50 years. Females have also grown in their high-priority roles in the business sector. In 2017, Fortune magazine reported there were 32 female CEOs leading companies such as General Motors, PepsiCo and Lockheed Martin. Throughout history, many women have made notable impacts in their

communities and on society. The following are just a handful of women whose accomplishments are worthy of celebration. • Millicent Farrett Fawcett: This powerful leader campaigned for women’s suffrage in 1866 at the tender age of 22, leading the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies. Her goal was realized 61 years later. • Marie Sklodowska Curie: This Polish-born scientist founded a new science of radioactivity, which would have a sizable impact on the treatment of cancer. Curie also was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. • Ruth Law: Despite Orville Wright refusing to teach her to fly, Law learned to be a pilot in the early 20th century. At 28, she beat the cross-country flight record with a 590-mile flight from Chicago to Hornell, N.Y., and later inspired Amelia Earhart.

• Ada Lovelace: This gifted mathematician is considered to be the first computer programmer in the early days of computers. • Valentina Tereshkova: In June 1963, cosmonaut Tereshkova became the first woman in space. Despite a lack of formal flight training, Tereshkova was selected for the space program due to her skills as an amateur parachutist. • Oprah Winfrey: Winfrey’s rise from poverty to the status of household name and billionaire mogul is a true rags-to-riches story. Nancy Pelosi: • Congresswoman Pelosi became the first and thus far only female to serve as Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. She is the highest-ranking female elected official in U.S. history. These are just a handful of the many influential women who have shaped history.


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WHIDBEY IN BUSINESS 2019 Learn how to be more assertive in the workplace Gender equality in the professional arena has come a long way in the 21st century. But while great strides have been made over the last two decades, women still face challenges unique to females as they look to establish themselves pro-

fessionally and advance their careers. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, women still earn roughly 80 percent of what men are paid in the same positions. Professional women often must walk the thin line between being too nice or

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too aggressive, a pressure not often faced by men. Assertiveness is an art for both genders, and women can take steps to be more assertive without giving the impression they’re ruffling feathers.

• Be confident in your speech. It is easy to fall into “weaker language” habits when advocating for an idea. If unsure about the reaction to a proposal, you might say, “I think this is a good idea” or “I believe this will impart change.” More assertive language is to simply stand behind the point: “This is a good idea.” Confidence can go a long way. • Allow people to disagree. It is acceptable for others to disagree with you. This can lead to discussion and an opportunity to present evidence why something should be done in a certain way. It also enables you to point out the strong points in their argument. Listening to all ideas can sway people in your favor, even if they

don’t necessarily agree with all you believe in. • Be proactive and future-oriented. This is expecially pertinent when asking for raises or promotions. Explain to a boss how you respect yourself and that your work merits the right compensation. Point out clearly defined future goals and successes you’ve had that warrant consideration for higher pay. • Don’t fear conflict. Conflict doesn’t have to be confrontational, especially when respectable language is used and everyone is allowed to voice their opinions. Conflict can inspire great change. And remember, while you need to have solid relationships with coworkers, they do not have to be your best friends. Assertiveness in the workplace can help female professionals achieve their goals and showcase their value.

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I HAVE BEEN DOING HAIR SINCE 2015. I ATTENDED BEAUTY SCHOOL IN SAVANNAH, GA AFTER SPENDING NEARLY 5 YEARS IN THE US ARMY. I SPECIALIZE IN COLOR AND BLONDING, AND AM BRAZILIAN BLOWOUT CERTIFIED. I GREW UP IN ANACORTES, AND RECENTLY MOVED BACK TO THE AREA IN EARLY 2018. NOVEMBER WILL MARK ONE YEAR WITH POLISHED STUDIO! I HAVE AN AMAZING 10 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER, KAILYNN. SHE IS SUCH A BRIGHT LIGHT IN THE WORLD!

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YOUR RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE EXPERT

Bonnie Wallin, CISR Elite

With over 25 years of sales, management & customer service experience, I am approachable and passionate about being inclusive, not exclusive. These skills, combined with my real estate expertise, insure you’ll be guided through the real estate process confidently.

Bonnie has been in the insurance industry for 20 years and is a Whidbey Island native. She started her career at Koetje Agency in 1999 which is now Leavitt Group Northwest. Bonnie specializes in personal lines insurance such as home, auto, umbrella and recreational vehicles. Bonnie currently works out of the Everett branch while servicing customers of Island County.

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Alicia Dietrich Broker, Realtor®

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5531 Freeland Ave, Freeland Windermere Real Estate/South Whidbey

Whidbey View Homes, Inc Pamela Z. Hill

Insurance Agent Sue has been a licensed insurance agent for 45 years serving Whidbey Island. Sue has been with Leavitt Group (formerly Koetje Insurance) for 31 years. She is experienced in writing all lines of insurance including business, contractors, bonds, auto, home, motorcycle, boat and recreational vehicles. Sue specializes in commercial insurance. She welcomes and looks forward to handling the insurance needs of the Island County community where she has been a resident since 1969. Please give Sue a call.

Personal Lines Account Manager

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Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES) At Home With Diversity (AHWD) certified Seller Representative Specialist (SRS)

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After 20 years in California, I left the sun, palm trees and traffic jams behind to start a new life on Whidbey Island. I decided that I could best serve my clients here by establishing my own full-service brokerage focusing on the ideals I value. ATTENTION: I stress the importance of communication; I listen, learn your needs, and concentrate on reaching your goals. FOCUS: I closely monitor the waterfront and view property segments of the market, so I know inventory and conditions that will impact your purchase or sale. PROFESSIONALISM: I am a full-time licensed real estate broker, with 30 years of sales experience and the real estate knowledge to provide the service you expect. I hold memberships in the National Association of Realtors, Washington Association of Realtors and Whidbey Island Association of Realtors. “Uncompromising Service for Exceptional Clients”

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