What have I done?


It’s a question I get asked, um, never. Well, ok, maybe that’s not true.

My resume is a bit schizophrenic sometimes, but I guarantee there is a path that runs through it.

Here’s the dealio, I once wrote for The Hockey Writer’s – it’s this online blog full of hockey talk (right up my alley).

LINK to my articles: CLICK HERE 

I also wrote a book (say, what?) for Feed My Starving Children. It’s not available on Amazon.com or B&N, but it was distributed at their annual Gala in Minneapolis (fall 2012). It’s called and you can read it in it’s entirety here: 1987-2012: 25 Years of Miracles.

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You: “That’s it? That’s all you’ve done?”

Me: “No!”

I’ve achieved many things in my post-college years. I think I’m too far removed from college to say “post-college,” so from here on out, I guess I’ll refer to it as my “professional career.” Weird.

Many of my accomplishments are measurable. Many are not. Why? Because I work with people and measuring their success is no easy feat. But believe me, the people whose paths I’ve crossed have taught me more than I could ever teach them. They have risen to challenges, challenged my challenges, and changed their lives and the lives of others.

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All this to say (I actually have no clue what I just said), you can always stalk me on LinkedIn, follow me on Twitter (actually, don’t. I’m terrible at Twitter) and check out my photos on Instagram.

 

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