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Engage with local partners in order to have:
• An enhanced organizational reputation
• Greater access to resources
• Increasing numbers of customers or volunteers
• Further protection against unforeseen risks

We engage small business owners
and nonprofit directors
in conversations that
mutually benefit both.

Put a SPARC in your organization:

Increase employee engagement

Enhance reputation in the community

Gain access to resources

Build lasting relationships

Let's work together
to build meaningful relationships
that enrich your community.

LMQ Events

  • FlamesIntroducing Fox and Swan ArtsAugust 7, 2016 - 3:02 pm

    Learning Meets Quality happily introduces you to our sister company, Fox and Swan Arts. We’ve created this company to share our love of photography with others. Fox and Swan Arts features fine travel art from Norway, Hawaii, Minnesota, and elsewhere. We sell greeting cards, framed  wall art, and other products. We also work with small [...]

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  • FlamesInterview with CreativeRoom4TalkJuly 12, 2015 - 12:59 pm

    12 July 2015 I recently participated in an interview by Zorana Vukomanovic of CreativeRoom4Talk. She promotes creativity in all its aspects, especially in business. It was a pleasure to read other CreativeRoom4Talk interviews, and be included among them. My analytical side dominates my personality and the way I developed my business, so it was nice [...]

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  • FlamesNew Book Release!November 11, 2014 - 7:26 pm

    I’m pleased to announce my new book release! Success from the Ashes is now available on Amazon.com.   It has become popular wisdom in social media circles that “If you want to succeed, then you have to fail more.” While this makes a nice rhetorical argument, the pain of failure remains a powerful enough deterrent [...]

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About Learning Meets Quality LLC – Small Business Advocate

Learning Meets Quality LLC promotes and advocates for small businesses and nonprofit organizations. We engage business owners and nonprofit directors in conversations that lead to mutually beneficial partnerships. We teach the following principles:

  • Sustainability
  • Partnerships
  • Asset Identification
  • Relationships
  • Commitment

Out of these conversations, small business owner and nonprofit directors can expect:

  • a more widely-spread reputation in their local community
  • greater access to human or physical resources than they have now
  • increasing numbers of customers or volunteers
  • further protection against unforeseen risks faced by their business or organization