Welcome to my little spot on the web. If you know the saying,
The cobbler’s children have no shoes
you’ll understand my sparse site. Its a constant work in progress, but also always last on my list of priorities.
If you are seeking Marketing or Social Media guidance, please contact me by email.
You can also visit my other sites:
Mompact is a community — and a movement — I founded in 2010 when I began working with dozens of mom inventors. Realizing we were on similar journeys and investing in a lot of learning along the way, we made a pact to support one another, freely. The majority of our conversations occur in a closed and private group on Facebook that I moderate.
Now, several years later, we’ve developed meaningful friendships and business alliances and the group has grown substantially. We’ve welcomed newcomers and supported members who closed their businesses. We’ve seen several friends survive appearances on SharkTank and other national TV shows, watched businesses grow from kitchen table prototypes to million dollar products, and supported one another through the highs and lows.
SpinKindness combines my passions for kindness, creativity and marketing. It provides a way for me to connect with others interested in spreading kindness, while experimenting with ways to involve businesses in cause marketing. With hundreds of kindness agents registered and ready to help, Spin Kindness has been able to distribute products and samples while making an impact on local communities.
Walk with the dreamers, the believers, the courageous, the cheerful,
the planners, the doers, the successful people with their heads in the clouds and their feet on the ground. Walk with those who have ideals,
with zest to help and lift, to create and contribute.
Let their spirit ignite a fire within you to leave this world better
than when you found it. . . . Associate with the creative people
wherever you find them. Make friends with them, go where they are,
talk with them, listen to them, be open and receptive to them,
let them inspire you. Catch their attitudes, their way of thinking and living. -Wilferd A. Peterson