Where I Am This Week

Where I Am This Week

I’m in Indianapolis, celebrating the launch of Kevin Eikenberry and Guy Harris’ new book. These are exciting, busy days and I’m enjoying them all. I am proud to be a part of the team, grateful for all I’m learning, and in awe of how my life and career has taken such an interesting and rewarding turn in the last few months.

I’ve got a lot of writing around the web this week, and I wanted to make sure you can find it all.

My launch writing is all at the Bud to Boss Community blog. I’ve been posting there daily for more than a month. None of it is literary, but it shows my social media efforts on behalf of the book launch.

Sunday, I had a guest post at Gwyn Teatro’s blog. I have long admired Gwyn’s work and her kind and gentle spirit. I feel honored to be featured on her blog.

Yesterday, I had a post at the Women of HR blog. I wrote it to highlight the need for Kevin and Guy’s book. The events I describe happened many years ago, in what seems like another life. I hope the lessons I shared there will give insight to new leaders.

Today, I have a post at Miki Saxon’s blog. It’s appropriate for today and I am thankful to her for posting it. It captures how I feel about our team and the work we are doing together.

Last week, I had my first post at the Lead Change Group blog. Mike Henry is a great friend and I admire the work he is doing to promote character based leadership. I appreciate the opportunity to be a contributing member of the group and I look forward to contributing more in the future, both writing and energy toward the group’s mission.

That’s all for now. Thanks for sharing this space with me!

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About Becky Robinson

I am the owner of Weaving Influence and the leader of the Weaving Influence team. We help authors and thought leaders grow their online influence. I am also a wife and mom of three daughters, and I enjoy running, reading, writing, a good cup of coffee, and dark chocolate.

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  • I’m responding here as well as Miki’s blog because I want to tell a story that captures a moment in time when hard work, perseverance, effort and energy paid off.

    In June 2008, Becky & I fundraised and finished a half-marathon together to support the Coach Ed Thomas family Foundation in memory of the Aplington-Parkersburg football coach killed by a former player. Coach Thomas was a family friend, and when Becky learned I was fundraising and training for the marathon, she said, without a second thought, “What if I did it with you?”

    At the time, I’d only known Becky for a few months. We met on Twitter, and when I visited Chicago for a conference, I invited her to dinner for a chance to meet in person. Now, here she was willing to put in the long hours and miles, raise money, and drive to Des Moines for 13.1 miles. As we know and love about Becky, when she gets an idea in her head, WATCH OUT. =)

    Not only did Becky finish the race at her normal pace (faster than mine), she turned around and walked back to find me, adding another three or four miles to her total. We finished the race (Becky for the second time), with tears in our eyes, hands held and raised to the sky. After a brief cool-down, she hopped in her car for the 6-hour drive back to Chicago.

    That’s Becky. That’s her perseverance, her dedication, her heartfelt service to others. She’s put the same tireless energy and effort into this book launch, and with support from Kevin, Guy and the rest of the team, it will be successful. Becky is REMARKABLE!

  • Thank you, Becky for your kind words. It was my great pleasure to have you as my very first guest blogger!
    And, having read Angie’s story above, I have come to know that you really are remarkable. 🙂

  • Hi Becky, glad to have you. You rock; always have, always will.

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