I am so honored

by thelfrich · 17 comments


 

 

I am absolutely honored to be guest posting on Michael Hyatt’s blog today. I have followed Michael’s blog for a few years now, and I was so excited to be a part of his launch team for his newest book, Platform: Get Noticed in a Busy World.

I have learned so much from Michael’s blog, podcasts and lessons on leadership. He has also introduced me to other incredible authors and creative people through participating in his launch team.

You can read my post here.

If you are visiting from Michael’s blog, Welcome!! I look forward to interacting with you.

I write about life, marriage, and motivation. I also love to tell inspiring stories of people making a difference through my LifeChangers series. I am in the process of working on my first book projects, and love connecting with new people.

Here are a sample of my posts.

Nobody Told Me

Are You a Frustrated Wife?

Does Your Pastor Need a Bodyguard?

Be Quiet and Back Off

 

This weekend, I am cheering for and celebrating my husband, who is competing in his first Iceman Cometh Challenge in Michigan. I am so proud of him! I will post updates via Twitter. You can follow me here.

Thank you for stopping by. I would love to hear from you.

  • http://www.DavidASpecht.com/ David A Specht

    Hi Tammy. I read Michael’s book after hearing him on the EntreLeadership podcast, and what a difference it has made in my life and business. I loved your guest blog this morning and will be following you from here on out. Thank you for doing what you do.

    God Bless

    • http://www.tammyhelfrich.com/ Tammy Helfrich

      Thanks! Michael has had a big impact on me as well. I look forward to interacting with you!

  • Andria Bicknell

    Hi Tammy! Your Michael Hyatt guest-post rocks! The title and introduction immediately sucked me in! I too, am a mother and writer who finds myself in some not-so-traditional leadership roles. Drawing on that similar perspective, I just guest blogged for the first time yesterday on a ground-breaking leadership website: http://www.aspiretolead.net. Excellent work! Way to break the traditional leadership mold – and encourage others to examine the leader in themselves! I will be back to your blog to read more!!!

    • http://www.tammyhelfrich.com/ Tammy Helfrich

      Thanks, Andria! I appreciate your kind words. I look forward to checking out your guest post.

  • http://www.facebook.com/diannescottt Dianne Scott

    I read your post on Michael Hyatt’s site this morning and it made enough of an impression on me to come on over here and tell you so! Sometimes we never know the impact we have on others around us and I like your message to make our mark on the world a positive one. Thank you for such an encouraging article!

    • http://www.tammyhelfrich.com/ Tammy Helfrich

      Thank you, Dianne! I appreciate you stopping by. I think we underestimate our influence so often.

  • http://gauraw.com/ Kumar Gauraw

    Hi Tammy,

    I am coming from Michael Hyatt’s website following your article today. It is a wonderful article with some great insights into the aspects of intentional leadership. You definitely made a positive difference in my morning with a morning doze of leadership tactics.

    Look forward to visiting your website more often and learn from you.

    Regards,
    Kumar

    • http://www.tammyhelfrich.com/ Tammy Helfrich

      Thank you, Kumar! I appreciate that.

  • Barbara McDowell Whitt

    Tammy, we never know when we may be a leader. In the late 1990s I was “the sole representative” of an infants’ and children’s furniture store at a business association. We were having a monthly AM Coffee at a bank across the street from our store. I was aware that the director of the association was eavesdropping on a conversation I was having with one of the bankers. I said we should think of our AM Coffee conversations as networking: “After all, some of Jesus’s disciples were working their nets when Jesus first approached them.” The next month, and each month after that, the association’s monthly newsletter began referring to the AM Coffee as AM Networking.

    • http://www.tammyhelfrich.com/ Tammy Helfrich

      That’s great! Thanks for stopping by.

  • http://twitter.com/TheAndyGilmore Andrew Gilmore

    Thanks for sharing the info/advice. I’m going to try to be a better leader at work even though I don’t have a title of “leader.”

    • http://www.tammyhelfrich.com/ Tammy Helfrich

      Thanks for stopping by, Andrew. You can make a difference!

  • http://www.sundijo.com Sundi Jo Graham

    Go Tammy! I’m so excited for you..

    • thelfrich

      Thanks!!

    • http://www.tammyhelfrich.com/ Tammy Helfrich

      Thanks! Excited for you with your book release too!

  • http://www.shannonmilholland.blogspot.com Shannon Milholland

    Congratulations, Tammy! I’m so excited for you!!!

    • http://www.tammyhelfrich.com/ Tammy Helfrich

      Thanks, Shannon!

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