Jane Anderson

Jane Anderson
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JANE’s professional experience is scattered across industries from financial services and insurance to engineering and manufacturing. Jane sees her background in writing and editing website content as the foundation to her current love of social media. Being an avid reader, meticulous note taker and lifelong learner has fostered her natural pursuit of sharing her world through writing. Reading books and summarizing content started as a hobby and has since grown to be a major part of her vocational experience. Jane says, “Authors pour their heart and soul into writing their book. When I write a review, it’s with intent to celebrate the book and promote the author.” Jane claims to be 'the best follower you'll ever want to meet' and has been repeatedly called servant leader, eternal cheerleader, social media evangelist, and inspirational go-to person.
Saturday morning. Can I get a hurray? I wake up and it’s still dark. I tiptoe quietly through the house where others, who don’t share my love of mornings, are still snuggled under the covers waiting for the sun to...
I had a first impression when I met Katie M. Reid. I was certain she was barely over age 21, with one well-behaved toddler, and a husband who shared the work 50/50. Katie was warm and welcoming with a...
Do you feel a little lost after a time of adventure, excitement, fun with family and friends? You know, like the holiday that was just yesterday but is already a memory. Do you feel a little lost because the weekend...
Once upon a time – and the story has a beginning. Do you ever wish for a place to let down all your defenses, a place where every curtain could be opened, a place where you could say whatever...
The further into this book, A Leadership Kick in the Ass, I read the more I appreciated the content. Nearing the end of the final chapter I’m thinking, “Wait a minute. It’s almost over and Bill is still bringing...
Do you ever feel like you never quite accomplish what you set out to do in a day? Not that you feel like a total slug, but there’s just something missing from the pattern so there’s a gap where...
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”~George Santayana, 1905 – Reason in Common SenseThat’s the quote I thought of as I finished this book, Expensive Sentences by Jack Quarles. This book with the title...
How to get more work done without really trying. Now there’s a topic I could put my bookmark in! Perusing the bookshelves at my local Barnes & Noble, I pulled out a shiny red-covered book and stared at the imprint...
There are seasons of life when the voice we once used is no longer appropriate, or maybe adequate to serve our purpose. Babies cry, children yell, teenagers argue, and in this progression, the goal is to be heard and...
What is your relationship to the word, ‘engagement’? Does is make you cringe? Does it inspire you to seek out a conversation? Engagement. Yeah, about that. Here’s what I’ve discovered about engagement. It’s different for everyone. My husband is an...

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