About Me

I was born and still live in Athens, GA! I really do believe it is the best place in the world to live.  I am blessed to have the most amazing six year old son in the world.  Life has been a challenge but I putting one foot in front of the other.

I attended Cedar Shoals High School and then Florida State University, where I studied music. I have been so blessed over the years to have found great friends that have stood and supported me throughout the years.

Professionally I have been all over the map. I have spent most of my adult life in sales and management selling everything from shoes to mortgages.  My day job is selling copiers and office equipment for Duplicating Systems, Inc. It is a challenge building a new territory but it is exciting and I have a great group of coworkers.  But as anyone close to you knows, I love to talk and specifically I love speaking.

As far as fun stuff goes, I love UGA and FSU athletics! I love my church and the friends that I have made there. I love getting out and running and as I continue to recover from achilles surgery I will be back to race form ASAP.

This blog started as the story of my 2009 contest, morphed into speaking tips, and then eventually died.  Now I’m back and relaunched to just talk about how I see life and how even though its all temporary, I’m so blessed to enjoy what I do.


6 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. Stevie


    Unless people know about you,
    unless people know what you do
    unless people know what you do that can help them
    you don’t exist

    they also need to know that you still exist and still do what you do

    marketing is a never-ending process with many tools and techniques


    1. Why yes I am! I am a notorious tinker-er and it takes me a while to settle on something. Plus I have to keep my droves of loyal readers guessing! I think I am done for a while though, I can’t find perfect and I’m not smart enough to build my own.

  2. Hey Stevie,

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today; good luck on your TM contest! It’s all too common, isn’t it, that we don’t practice what we preach? It’s good you’re aware of it so now you can change it!


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