Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I thrive when communicating with people, am authentic, engaging, and funny, looking for better ways to interact and always looking to be better.
My goals for myself are vitalizing. I am aware of others and of myself and feel that there are great ways to empower and work together on an upgraded level.
The power of possibility excites me and spurs me on to speak out and share.
The best way to introduce myself is with the idiom “Still waters run deep.”
I am a late developer (due to the fact that I chose to be at home and at the time
I was lucky enough to be able to be there while my kids grew up) autodidactic and on a voyage of discovery. I see myself as a person that thinks “outside of the box” or one that will not be confined to being a certain stereo-type.
An individualist that cares deeply and is perturbed as yourself with the way things are being done in the world.
The way I see it I have an amazing innovate way to broadcast messages and one needs to know how to use this in order to build awareness.
What interests me is strategic planning, process improvement , talent identification, relationship building, business development, group facilitation, and organizational change.
I am connected online with some of the smartest thought leaders and people are reaching out to one another in a way that never occurred before.
It is the time to ask what my Dream is…not so?
Those interested please connect and ask? I have plans for my next steps and this time I am older and wiser.
The social media is a new arena and all of us” wanna be geeks” are pioneers finding our way.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Sharing ideas, books, talking about current event and relationship, kids, animals, ecology, social activism....
I am very active on Facebook and have created two groups there.
The Wisdom of Thomas L Friedman
I have been blogging since...
for a bit over a year
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