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I am passionate about helping independent business people who are seeking sustainable meeting practices to save money Ã¢â¬â and the time to enjoy it Ã¢â¬â by transitioning some of their face-to-face meetings into virtual meeting rooms. It really is possible for people to express our deepest values and create clarity and lasting connections with others using virtual meeting tools Ã¢â¬â and now is a great time to start doing it!
Virtual meeting rooms offer a way for people who need to share their expertise with others to meet and exchange resources without having to waste scarce resources of money, time and fuel to do it. They can't be used for everything, but when people understand how to structure and manage virtual meetings that everyone enjoys, virtual meetings can support strong, vital connections that prevent us from having to travel all the time.
Whether our trips are cross town, cross country, or across the globe, with global warming staring us in the face, we simply have to find new ways to make fewer trips so we can reduce the carbon footprints we're leaving with our business travel! For me, virtual meetings are the wings of independent business and I enjoy sharing their gifts and opening up new possibilities for people in private tutorials, in webinars and local workshops.
Nowadays, I am a full time virtual meeting coach and producer. I am grateful to be able to share the empowering and economically sustainable meeting practices I've learned with small business owners around the globe! It is joy for me to work with individuals and teams privately as well as in webinars and workshops.
When I'm not working, you can find me gardening, hiking the hills above my home with my partner, John, and my sweet old dog, Lady, learning to fish the wild rivers of southern Oregon, or mentoring young people who are challenged by difference.