Reading, writing, singing, going to different restaurants, going to parties, traveling, decorating, investing, health/beauty research, helping others, organizing, Freecycle (it's a win-win), and networking.
Piano, food, wine, chocolate, Washington DC, NYC, Arizona, Florida, California, Europe, home decorating, real estate, money, holistic health, organic remedies, anti-aging, cosmetics, politics, nightlife, learning, and community.
The Four Agreements, The Millionaire Next Door, The Tipping Point, The Glass Castle. I am a VORACIOUS reader and am usually working on several books at a time. Right now I'm reading The Abstract (very strange), The Orientalist (enthralling), The Meaning of Night (a page-turner), Roald Dahl's Ghost Stories (spooky), Sea of Poppies (written by the author of The Glass Palace, which I loved), and Eat This, Not That... hey, I would like to lose a couple lbs :)
"Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get." I like this quote because it's true and because I love chocolate!
Jazz, rock, blues, folk, folk rock, new age
Favorite TV Shows:
My taste in TV changes depending upon what's on. Right now I can't get enough of Cooking Channel and Food Network. I can always rely on The Office or Whose Line Is It Anyway? for a good laugh.
I find Angie Elkus to be a kind person, quick with a welcome message to a new member. Often, we forget how it feels to be the "new kid on the block," but Ms. Elkus seems to go out of her way to make those she connects with feel included. Her actions have a positive impact on our entire community as kindness tends to improve people's moods and promote goodwill.
Tom has taken time to contribute good work to our Articles section. Also, Tom seems to strive to be a positive, constant presence on MLMSocial, which positively affects our entire community. In other words, Tom Heckman makes a difference on MLMSocial and we're happy he decided to join our social network.
Rudi, you are a one-in-a-million! Your passion for network marketing is systematically proven each time you pass on your knowledge to others in the industry. You obviously know that the act of teaching others benefits the industry overall, which ultimately benefits yourself. You are a nice person, and that comes through in your writing. Thanks for all your contributions.