Amy McCauley, owner of Oculus Fine Carpentry, is a conservator of historic structures. Her specialty is wood sashes on buildings built before 1854, when power tools became prevalent. Amy wasn’t always so successful or focused, though. Initially her business was simply replacing windows. Following the Better, Smarter, Richer method helped her narrow the focus of her business to a defined niche and she’s now achieved a reputation as a national conservator and expert, with a full two year calender of work.
Oculus Fine Carpentry
Ruth Frances Greenberg is a well-know ceramicist and sculptor. Working with the principles of Better, Smarter, Richer helped Ruth claim her expertise and the fundamental spiritual voice which resonates through her work. She is sought out to design and install one-of-a-kind fabulous mosaics in homes and commercial installations.
Ruth Frances Greenberg
Working with Jackie is the best thing I’ve ever done for my business.” J Chapman
Linnea Osterberg is a master at photographing children in their own surroundings. She is not only a superb photographer, but she brings both her artistic eye and her relaxed approach to her work. This allows the children to feel so at ease they let her see both who they really are now, and a glimpse of the adult they will eventually become. Ruth used the Better, Smarter, Richer principles to follow her instincts and strengths, find the right clients for her talents and to be paid what she is really worth.
Linnea Osterberg Photography
Jackie was a great fit for our community of artists and craftspeople! She had a solid understanding of the realities of our artisan businesses. Her insights inspired confidence. Her presentation was engaging and upbeat.”
David Dickinson, Daystall and Craft Program Manager
Pike Place Market