I’m an “Idea Spreader” and “Change Catalyst” for positive impact on organizational performance, teams, individuals, & communities.

Come join me in exploring ideas through this blog, including:

1.  How ideas spread virally
2.  How to better present the concept of putting self-knowledge to use so that people who aren’t drawn to this understand it’s benefits (including organizational performance).

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  1. April 17, 2010 at 3:31 am

    These are lovely big words. You have a mission, and this looks like your essential statement.
    What I am wondering about is the “about” page altogether as I ponder mine.

    Husband-never-Hubby keeps bugging me (rightly) to get my “about” page done — both on my blog and on my linked fitness webpage. He built my page and set up the blog so I could sit at the dashboard and drive. I get the feeling that he thinks (rightly) that the least I could do would be to get it together to put up something ABOUT myself.

    I hate writing reflective pieces about myself! The blogging is okay — it’s in the moment, unfolding and fluid. The “about” is historical to some extent and full of commitment to self-awareness whether explicit or implied.

    Would you be willing to comment on what led you to your terse visionary statement?

  2. June 7, 2010 at 11:35 am

    The language I use to describe my journey, where I am, who I am, and what I do continues to evolve. What you read here is based on several months of conversations with people I respect. I’m coming across your comment as I am actually making some updates to the language based on most recent conversations.

    For me, development of language best comes through conversations with people. This may or may not work for you – find what works best and just do it. Maybe it’s a weekly conversation with your husband where you discuss a couple of questions:

    1. What are you passionate about?
    2. How do others describe you / introduce you?
    3. What does it feel like to work with / be around you?
    4. Where are you headed?

    Best to you!
    – Holly

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