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  • My Accomplishments.

    15 posts, 11 voices, 1574 views, started May 27, 2008

    Posted on Tuesday, May 27, 2008 by Stephanie

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    • Carnelian
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      When I was a young child I always dreamed of having my own company, whether it was big or small, I wanted to run my own operation.

      I have fulfilled this dream of mine by having my own design company.  

      I have many goals that I look forward to accomplishing in the near future, I will keep you posted!



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          Christine Spencer wrote May 28, 2008
        • Bravo, Stephanie! You should be so proud.
          Your ambition is inspiring.

          Thank you for the invite!

          “What you believe, you can achieve“.



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          Chocolaty wrote May 31, 2008
        • Thanks for invitation and congratulations with your achievements!  

          No matter what our age or condition, there are still untapped possibilities within us and new beauty waiting to be born.
          —Dale E. Turner

          Sincerely Taisa



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          Lisa Hyman wrote Jun 10, 2008
        • Thanks for the invitation, Stephanie!  I’m not prepared to answer yet, though...I need to think about this one!

          Lisa (againali)



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          Donna08 wrote Jun 20, 2008
        • Agreed, this is a great question! Off the top of my head? My three beautiful children, growing pains and all!

          Career...I could have gone so much farther but jumped off the train and no, don’t regret it! I wasn’t CEO or anything, but what I did, and still do, am loving it!

          Personally....I’m learning to love myself...that’s the biggest accomplishment of all, knowing I’m not perfect, and not caring who doesn’t like it! I think getting to 43 gave me that insight!

          Entrepreneural....I’ve been down that road, with more than one things that didn’t work, now it’s time for me to do what my heart has been telling me, I’m still in the garage but my goal is to do it my way in my own time!



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          Lisa Hyman wrote Jun 21, 2008
        • Unfortunately, a successful, satisfying career is something that has always escaped me in my life.  I continue to hope I’ll achieve accomplishments that will mean something to me as well as others.

          But what I feel I have accomplished in my life is having a very successful second marriage and step-family.  I have learned to handle the delicate balance of getting along in a sincere way with the exes, as well as to make a happy home here in my house for our kids, who all live under this roof full-time.  It has not always been easy, but nothing worthwhile ever is!

          Also, I do feel some sort of sense of accomplishment when I hear my 18 year old daughter try to talk sense into one of her siblings or one of her friends, and she uses advice I have given her over the years (advice that I’m almost positive she balked at the time when it was given)!



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          Yana Berlin wrote Jun 21, 2008
        • Hi Lisa,

          THAT‘S a HUGE accomplishment. I can so relate, sometime I cringe when my kids lecture my younger daughter in the same tone of voice using the same words.

          But, it’ a good thing.

          As far as your career, don’t give up yet, take your writing skills and capitalize on that.

          Have a fantastic weekend.



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          Lisa Hyman wrote Jun 22, 2008
        • Thanks for the kind words, Yana!  I hope your weekend is wonderful as well.



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          Gabby wrote Jul 23, 2008
        • I could sum up some of my topmost accomplishments:

          • Being a mother to two wonderful sons who have made me so proud and a grandma to four beautiful kids who adore me.
          • As a successful and one of the most popular teacher in two prestigious schools. I continue to treasure the heart-felt ‘Thank You’ notes received. These same kids are now grown men {I worked in boy’s school] and was delighted to have left behind a positive impact. Some, had even invited me to be the guest of honor at their weddings.
          • Having ‘touched’ so many lives in a positive way as an Editor-in-charge of the Magazine of Make-A-Wish Foundation, India.
            Gool


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          Perl wrote Sep 4, 2008
        • You women are just wonderful and I feel good reading your posts. I have worked in women’s empowerment and learned how to understand the workings of patriarchal mentality. I run regular women’s circles and the women who participate in these love to call us the “goddess group“. it’s been very healing and empowering. i have witnessed women in all shapes, sizes, and ages who are beautiful. I no longer subscribe to the adage of physical beauty that I see in commercials, glossy magazines and hollywood action films. I think I am decolonized and de-brainwashed!! lolol



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          Perl wrote Sep 4, 2008
        • and omg!! i could just pinch myself for not mentioning the people I love and the relationships I have with them—- my beloved three sons! Greg, Brennan and Skyler. They are the loves of my earthly life. And my dear husband of 20 years. We almost didn’t make it, but we worked on our selves... and we have come to a new marriage where we believe in spiritual partnership.



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          Cathydietz wrote Sep 4, 2008
        • My greatest accomplishment is raising three amazing daughters.  I am so proud of them!  They are all so different yet so alike.  They are so much smarter than I was.  I’m excited for their future!

          Another... being in my 5th year of owning my own business!  Very challenging but sooooooo worth it!  I’ve been nominated “favorite photographer” in my area for the past 4 years, and I have made it on preferred photographer lists at venues all over northern Indiana, including the Basilica at the University of Notre Dame.

          I am proud that my staff and I have been able to help local chapters of the United Way, YWCA, St. Margaret’s House, and anyone else we can squeeze into our schedule.  We always have fun!



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          Yolanda Harris wrote Sep 13, 2008
        • PICTURES A THOUSAND WORDS

          MOTHER

          UNSELFISH participation

          US NAVY

          RELAX
          Drink tea and change my proverb:
          At 21 I would appear to be clever by my memory, and at 42 I have a list to know know I am A GOAL GETTER !

          in 40 YEARS, I didn’t grow up til 33 years old so since then well ” I will own and live at a resort like this from then til 90+, and have friends and networks of women, families and our troops coming to my big house to HANG OUT, find tranquility and Refresh our minds  . . . go back to our teens in our 70’s and live from our accomplishments.



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