Monthly Archives: August 2011

What’s in Your Name?

For the past 400 years, one man has cultivated and maintained one of the most successful personal brands in the history of the world. But he never had a publicist. He never had formal training in marketing or communications. In … Continue reading

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Busy

I typically save the title of my post until after I have written the body. This time, only one word came to mind once I was done tapping away furiously at the keyboard… busy. This fellowship may be coming to … Continue reading

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FULL CIRCLE….

The meaning of this post is encompassing everything from my very first post and how everything has come to a full circle.  This morning as I signed campers in I identified over 10 different types of birds as they flew … Continue reading

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Rounding Third, Heading for Home

The past two weeks have been out-of-control busy! In addition to the Summer Institutes and my regular work at NCALP, I have had weddings and baby showers to attend, plus family in from out of town. I am convinced that the cosmos is conspiring … Continue reading

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Week Eight: Preparations and More

This past week at Jazz Arts Group has really flown by!  The staff and I have been busy making preparations for our fourth and final JazZoo! concert, “Elvis, The Beatles and Beyond.”  I have been busy e-mailing performers and guest … Continue reading

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Armchair Musings from Green Columbus

Hello again! The days are just flying by! Only two weeks left at Green Columbus and it feels like just yesterday that I started my fellowship here. Its hard to fight off the sentimental thoughts as I curl up in … Continue reading

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Moments of the week

Clock is ticking. In two weeks my internship at Tech Corps will come to an end. I feel rushed as I want to complete many things before I leave. I have collected testimonials and stories for the Tech Corps annual … Continue reading

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