Carolyn Browne Tamler

has helped hundreds of businesses and organizations with her thoughtful facilitation and research services. She also writes colorful and compelling articles about new business initiatives! Would this help you? Call Carolyn today!

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    Jan012014

    1-2-14 Starting the New Year with another late-in-life love story

    Those of you who have followed my blogs are used to seeing stories about how to best serve your customers, and I write many stories about businesses and entrepreneurs on Whidbey.  You may have noticed that I tend to talk more about the people than their products or services because it is the people stories that interest me most.

    I also have a writing project that has captured my on-going attention because it’s my own story, and it tells some wonderful love stories, rather than the business stories I love telling.

    So, I’m starting the New Year with a new entry in my Late-In-Life love stories, which you can read by going to the link at the top of this page.

    If you know of anyone who met and partnered or married in their 50’s, 60’s or older, please ask them to contact me and tell me their story.

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