From the moment I met Becky Blanton online last August, I always suspected her claim to fame would be unique. "Ordinary" is not in her vocabulary. Becky has become a dear friend and mentor. She is remarkable. She helps me help others start and sustain small businesses and nonprofits. She sees me advocating for 4 Paws for Ability, and joins the fray. Multitalented and multiexperienced, she is everywhere at the same time. That said, read how she became one of Mashable's 5 People Who Broke the Rules of Social Media and Succeeded Keep your eye on Becky Blanton. She's only just begun.
Meet one of my new and valued friends, Megan Elizabeth Morris. She is working along with others to promote the ideas of another new and valued friend, Becky Blanton. In part, Morris says people "...don't have to be content with what they have (though sometimes it's nice to feel that way for a little while). That, in fact, we can't be content with what we have. We survive, we evolve, we learn, we grow, we become bigger and better all the time. It's the way life works -- it's the way we work." Morris has a gift with words, as does Blanton. Do read her latest blog post about Blanton's ideas and her immediate goal. But, most of all...read the following brief but brilliant story of how life in corporate America can change...if we just Stay Hungry!