I know I haven’t been keeping up with writing very well lately. I apologize, but I’m being forced to prioritize a lot these days. Know, however, that I’m working on a lengthy write-up of the California Gift Show I just attended, in addition to a review of Brian Tracy’s “The Psychology of Selling” CD and a description of the uber-weird Westin Bonaventure hotel.
In the meantime I would like to point out yet another free workshop being given by the awesome folks over at San Francisco’s Small Business Administration. This one is on working with the press (and is so titled). It is being held from 6:00-8:30pm this Tuesday, 1/29 at 455 Market Street in downtown San Francisco. Luckily, the SBA recognizes that many of us have day jobs to support our businesses and hold most of their classes during reasonable hours like this. This week and next I’m working full days at Klutz and teaching some sewing classes at the Stitch Lounge at night, and even I might be able to go to this. The SBA says that you need to register here (and I do recommend this if you want a seat) but I have seen many people come to these things at the last minute without signing up. They just take your info once you get there. Please leave your thoughts in a comment if you attend!