The Koa Club Weekly News Bites

October 7, 2019


Top Ten Most Requested Topics

We asked our members what they would like to learn through The Koa Club and here are the top ten most popular answers:

  1. Become a better public speaker
  2. Becoming more proficient in fixing common car issues (such as changing a flat tire, adding windshield wiper fluid, putting air in the tires)
  3. How to unwind effectively after work
  4. How to balance raising a family while achieving career goals
  5. Ways to network confidently
  6. The art and skill of persuasion
  7. Things to do as an individual to make a positive impact to better our planet
  8. Tips for entertaining at your own home and enjoying it
  9. Acquiring better time management skills
  10. Tips and tricks for better money management

These are just a few of the many great suggestions for topics to learn at our events.  Since the launch of The Koa Club a month ago, we have scheduled, and in some cases, already successfully hosted, events which focused on improving business, professional and leadership growth (Success Over Luck, Professional Velocity, Next Generation Connecting, Improving Workplace Cultures) as well as events to gain practical life skills such as learning to stay stylish within a realistic budget, being a better backpacker, understanding how to compose fabulous photos, and even crafting awesome cocktails.

We invite you to come broaden your skills and knowledge in different areas with us at one or many of these events curated by The Koa Club.


We are pleased to announce that Delight Roberts will be spearheading The Koa Club monthly book club for non-fiction books.  The first book she has selected for the book club is the recently released Malcom Gladwell’s “Talking to Strangers”, which is ranked the number 2 bestseller non-fiction book by The New York Times. More details of the book club will be provided on the Events page at

Read the Harvard Business Review insightful article on “Why Businesspeople Should Join Book Clubs” at


Sharing a thought from Kore Koubourlis, Founder of The Essential Group ( and speaker at The Koa Club’s recent Follow My Lead Series event on Professional Velocity:

Autumn is such a gorgeous time of year for personal reflection, level-setting, and coming home to your goals. This week, try to find some time to think about what you’re trying to do in the world. And not just the in-your-face work results you are trying to achieve or the tactical things in front of you demanding your attention. What I’m talking about here is, make sure you find some time to identify your own bigger picture  — ask: what do I want for this season, this relationship, this role? How do I want to be seen? In what direction am I truly wanting to point myself? What is calling to me? – and then ask, Is what I’m doing today working to get me closer to that? If not, make a plan to try something new that might bring about a different result. Small shifts can make a world of difference.”


Becoming a Gourmand Addict Series: Mixology – Crafting Scrumptious Cocktails

By: Cure Cocktail

7:30pm-9:00pm @ 641 Nagle Pl, Seattle, WA 98122

SPECIAL OPEN EVENT: $40 for members and non-members of The Koa Club

To register:

Come learn to make scrumptious cocktails with us at Cure Cocktail with a 90-minute hands course that teaches a new set of drinks. Real bar equipment: shakers, pours, jiggers, strainers, stirrers, specialty glasses, bar mats, ice bins and a stocked mix speed wells & more. You’ll get a hardcopy of all the materials including bar setup tips, and recipe breakdowns to take home after the course is finished. Under the expert guidance from the bartenders at Cure Cocktail, we will go over and sample these classic recipes in this hands-on 90-minute course. You’ll also learn everything from pour counts to insider tips to get your home bar started.

Socialize. Learn. Build

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